Strangers from the Sky
The planets Earth and Vulcan experience a mysterious first contact in this fascinating Star Trek novel featuring the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise.
Years before the formal first contact between Earth and another planet’s inhabitants, a Vulcan space vessel crash landed in the South Pacific, forcing humanity to decide whether to offer the hand of friendship, or the fist of war. Complicating matters is a second visitation: a group of people from two hundred years in the future, who serve on a starship called Enterprise.
Discover the astonishing truth about this heretofore unknown first contact and the nightmares that plague Admiral James T. Kirk. Dreams of his dead comrades, of his earliest days aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise, and of a forgotten past in which he somehow changed the course of history and destroyed the Federation before it began.
A purely Science Fiction Adventure--Trek style
The story is that rare kind of inventive Science Fiction that made the rubber boulders, machined stainless steel medical scanners, and spray-painted foam costumes forgivable with Star Trek the original television series, and helped the series endure for all these years. The ideas are wrapped up in a positive outlook of a possible human future represent what humanity hopes to achieve someday. This hopefulness, appeal to the intellect, and sheer creativity is why books like this unpretentious story survive. In the age of iPods and smart phones that carry gigabytes of data, this audio dramatization can still make the long miles of the open road more enjoyable while expanding the imagination to all the best things man-kind could achieve in the centuries to come.