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.
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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.