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Ishmael (Star Trek #23) - Barbara Hambly
Ishmael (Star Trek #23)
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The U.S.S. Enterprise is on a peaceful mission at Starbase 12 when a bizarre cosmic phenomenon causes a Klingon ship to suddenly vanish--with Spock aboard for the ride. Spock's last message from the Klingon ship is cryptic and frightening. The Klingons are traveling into the past, searching for... show more
The U.S.S. Enterprise is on a peaceful mission at Starbase 12 when a bizarre cosmic phenomenon causes a Klingon ship to suddenly vanish--with Spock aboard for the ride. Spock's last message from the Klingon ship is cryptic and frightening. The Klingons are traveling into the past, searching for the one man who holds the key to the future. If they can kill that man, the course of history will be changed--and the Federation will be destroyed!
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780671554279 (0671554271)
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 255
Edition language: English
Series: Star Trek: The Original Series 3 (#23)
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Telynor's Library, and then some
Telynor's Library, and then some rated it
5.0
My favourite of the various Star Trek fiction out there. A bit off the wall, but who cares when you're having this much fun? Great if you're a child of the 60's as I was.
Meledstic
Meledstic rated it
5.0 Ishmael (Star Trek, No 23)
This is the very first Star Trek book I ever read. Someone told me about it after they found out I had been a huge fan of Bobby Sherman & the TV show Here Come the Brides when I was a kid. This was so much fun! An amnesiac Spock in Old West Seattle dealing with the likes of Aaron Stempel (played ...
lonesomepoint
lonesomepoint rated it
One of the best original series Star Trek novels. It uses an uninteresting and barely relevant MacGuffin plot device to put Spock in late 19th-century Seattle, where one of the people he meets is a businessman who will have a key influence on Earth's future. The Klingons want to tamper with Earth's ...
A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books
A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books rated it
3.0 Ishmael
[These notes were made in 1985:]. This one had its roots in fannery, it is fairly clear - Spock fannery. But it's not bad; the plot is clear and, if you can stretch your conception of Spock's character so far, fairly plausible. Spock is captured by the Klingons while on a spy mission; induces cata...
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