Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 1st 2000
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Star Trek: The Original Series 3 (#21)
This is a Star Trek pro work that is the favorite of many a fan in that it finally allowed Uhura to shine and to actually be an expert in language and other forms of communication (including using her talent for music) not a telephone operator. Perhaps even more important, this has the "feel" of the...
This has to be the second-worst Star Trek novel I've ever read. It was not necessarily bad but it was extremely boring, which is a damnable shame because it is one of the few that really have Uhura in a dynamic starring role.
I don’t think anyone who has watched The Original Series can forget the moment in “Charlie X” when Uhura is singing in the rec room while accompanied by Spock on the Vulcan lyrette. Her voice and songs are a reminder of beauty in an environment built for functionality and protocol. It is no surprise...
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