Star Trek: The Three-Minute Universe Star Trek: The Three-Minute Universe

Star Trek: The Three-Minute Universe

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Publisher Description

The Sackers. In all Captain James T. Kirk's travels, he has never found a race more universally shunned and abhorred. Their mere appearance causes most Federation members to become violently ill.


Now the Sackers have performed a deed whose brutality matches their horrifying exterior. They have stolen a revolutionary new scientific device -- murdering an entire race in the process -- and used it to create a rip in the fabric of space, a hole through which another universe is rapidly leaking. Unless Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise can find a way to stop the new universe's expansion, it will consume -- and utterly destroy -- our own.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2000
October 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
265
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pocket Books/Star Trek
SELLER
Simon & Schuster Digital Sales LLC
SIZE
757.8
KB

Customer Reviews

Da Ducky ,

A big surprise – Exceeded my expectations.

I began reading this book with relatively low expectations, so I was pleasantly surprised. There are no major grammar issues to disrupt the ease of reading. The author was very creative and descriptive in a way to address all our five senses. I was intrigued by the storyline and the settings. I felt the essences of the characters were captured…Chekov was a standout character. At one point I busted out laughing unexpectedly in a public setting. I recommend this book to any Star Trek fan.

Battle Bot Fan ,

Oddly unsatisfying story

The premise of the story is good, but the execution falls flat. Ignoring, for the moment, the odd characterization of the leads, the story is mostly a ho-hum affair that wraps up with little suspense. The “villains” of the story could be interesting, but the attitude of the crew goes against everything Star Trek stands for. The writing was strangely both underdone yet overblown, with vast swathes of descriptions where a paragraph would do, and some areas decidedly under-described. Ok if you need more Trek in your life, but pass if you want a good, enjoyable read.

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