The Entropy Effect
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 29th 2006
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
Series: Star Trek: The Original Series (#2)
When it was originally published in the summer of 1981 Vonda McIntyre's book represented something of a new frontier (if you'll forgive my use of the phrase) in the Star Trek franchise. Though the second entry in Pocket Books's series of Star Trek novels, it was the first original story they publish...
Synopsis: The Enterprise gets called away from studying an unusual singularity to ferry mad scientist and convicted murderer Mordreaux to a rehabilitation colony. En route, Kirk and the security chief are killed by the apparently escaped prisoner - but Mordreaux never left his quarters, and how is i...
The second official Trek novel after the 1979 movie is an interesting affair, with a lot of bizarre comings and goings and character development, along with the introduction of some new characters that I hope will be used again (or were used again, considering the age of this book). Well written, th...
*3.5 Stars**The Gush* This was my first Star Trek novel (aside from ones based on movies-which I don't count as tie-in work) and I'm pleased with what I found. It was not particularly earth-shattering perhaps, but it was a very solid piece of fiction. While I've not (yet) read extensively in the Tre...
I loved how the effects of time travel were dealt with and the way that the book had you exclaiming that you had remembered a scene that was occurring for the second time though for the first time for the character traveling.