- Author:Vonda N. McIntyre
- Publisher:Gregg Pr; Book Club Edition edition (November 1, 1984)
- Pages:297 pages
- Subcategory:United States
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- Formats:rtf lit lit lrf
McIntyre, Vonda N. Publication date. As the crew grieves for Spock, they must also fight to retain control of the Genesis Device, one of the most powerful creations in the Galaxy.
McIntyre, Vonda N. New York : Pocket Books. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on April 13, 2010.
Even though, i knew they would be very similar to the films (which I have seen numerous times and consider 2 & 3 to be among my favourite films), I was surprised at how much the extra bits the author had added to the books actually improved the stories.
It is the third film in the Star Trek film series, and is the second part.
It is the third film in the Star Trek film series, and is the second part of a three-film story arc that begins with Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) and concludes with Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986). After the death of Spock (Nimoy), the crew of the USS Enterprise returns to Earth.
Vonda N. McIntyre is the author of several fiction and nonfiction books. She has also written a number of Star Trek and Star Wars novels. Visit her online at VondaNMcIntyre. McIntyre won her first Nebula Award in 1973, for the novelette Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand. McIntyre was the third woman to receive the Hugo Award.
Real World article(written from a Production point of view). The seventeenth novel in Pocket Books' numbered Pocket TOS series, it was first published in paperback in June 1984. From the book jacket. No One On The Enterprise Can Believe That Mr. Spock Is Gone!
The other part of the tragedy is that the book deals with the story as a pivot point for deciding whether to carry forward with new characters, or turn away and favor nostalgia by bringing back Spock.
Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by marlboro, Feb 19, 2019. The other part of the tragedy is that the book deals with the story as a pivot point for deciding whether to carry forward with new characters, or turn away and favor nostalgia by bringing back Spock. Saavik's potential feels like it is curtailed, as if she will never be free of the haunting, and the legacy of the older generation.
As the crew grieves for Mr. Spock, the awesome Genesis Device, now controlled by the Federation, has transformed an inert nebula into a new planet teeming with life. Star Trek III - Vonda N. McIntyre. But Genesis can also destroy existing worlds. The creators of the Device want it given freely to the Galaxy.
Vonda McIntyre's added scenes in the beginning of this book were absolutely wonderful
Vonda McIntyre's added scenes in the beginning of this book were absolutely wonderful. The romance between Lieutenant Saavik and David Marcus, the wake for Spock, and the story about how Captain Sulu is originally supposed to command the Excelsior all bring together the story in a much better way than the movie did. Overall, an excellent book that all should read! 0. Report. Nostalgia for Spock fans. com User, July 20, 2000. OK, I read this book when I hadn't seen the movie.
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