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review 2017-08-31 16:33
Danger and love make a must read
Body Shot: An International Clandestine Enterprise Novel (ICE Book 2) - Amy Jarecki

Heart racing, breath holding, fingers crossed! I was pulled into the danger and electric journey for Henri and Mike immediately. Her determination and honesty made her such a strong and compatible heroine for Mike who was just as determined and used to working more alone. Their attraction is instant but the job came first. By the end, I was crying at the caring between these two and the steps they took to accept each other's pasts and presents. I highly recommend this book and the series. I look forward to the next one.

I received an ARC copy of this book, and this is my unsolicited review.

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review 2017-05-12 00:00
U.S.S. Enterprise Manual (Haynes Owners Workshop Manual)
U.S.S. Enterprise Manual (Haynes Owners Workshop Manual) - Ben Robinson;Marcus Riley;Michael Okuda A look at all the starships to bear the name Enterprise, from the NX-01, up to NCC-1701-E.

Each ship is well described, brilliantly illustrated with cutaway diagrams and detailed labelled pictures of all the main parts.
The history of each ship is then described and various parts of the ship will have a more in-depth write up.

The original NCC-1701 (original series) and Enterprise-D (from The Next Generation) seems to get the lion's share of the book compared to the others. Not an issue by itself, but would have been good to see the others get a bit more detail.

If it's just Enterprise-D you want to know about then [b:Star Trek The Next Generation: Technical Manual|3926173|Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual|Rick Sternbach|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1348266982s/3926173.jpg|141022] is a lot more detailed.

Along the way there are also looks at parallel universes and how transporters work.
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review 2016-10-27 23:49
Star Trek
Star Trek I: The Motion Picture - Gene Roddenberry,Alan Dean Foster,Harold Livingston

"Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mision: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations; to boldly go where no man has gone before." -Captain James Tiberius Kirk. The first time you heard that statement, you were just a kid, watching Star Trek: the Original sereis on TV Land. Well, now you can have the joy of reading the most accelerating series there is. The man, who created Captain Kirk and all other Star Trek characters, puts them all together again here in his first Star Trek novel!

Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Scotty and all the crew have scattered to other jobs or other lives. Now they are together again on a fabulously refitted USS Enterprise and going to explore the system again. But now an alien force has treatened Earth and the human race, and the crew must venture out into the deep space to meet the challenge. As they try to discover the nature o their "thing" which is a huge and deadly cloud that keeps coming nearer and nearer to Earth...

Gene Roddenbery describes the hopes and also the fear showing in every crew member that he alone could bring out. If you love Star Trek, this is a book or you. If you aren't familiar with Star Trek, then this great book will suck you tino its world.

Enjoy: "Live Long and Prosper."

Source: www.goodreads.com/book/show/1697363.Star_Trek_I
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