Yesterday's Son - Star Trek #11
Publish date: May 1st 1990
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Star Trek: The Original Series 3 (#11)
"Moved me close to tears" is not something you would normally write about a Star Trek book, but A. C. Crispin's Yesterday's Son had me reaching for the tissues by the last page. When Spock realizes that he left behind a son on the planet Sarpedion (see the 3rd season episode All Our Yesterdays, TO...
Opening Line: "Captain's Personal Log Stardate 6324.09" A while ago I caught the classic Star Trek episode 'All Our Yesterdays' on late night TV and got sucked right into the story. As well as just how awesomely cheesy the original series is (I really have to watch it more often) Anyways, I happ...
[These notes were made in 1983:]. Altogether one of the best ST novels I've read. Literate, with a good grasp of plot development & characterization, it deals with Spock & emotion without going goo-goo-eyed over the whole thing. The plot is directly based on the "Library" episode, Spock's prehisto...
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