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  • Author:
    Dave Stern,Michael Jan Friedman
  • ISBN:
    0743420098
  • ISBN13:
    978-0743420099
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    Pocket Books (March 1992)
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    Science Fiction
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Faces of Fire (Star Trek: The Original Series Book 58) . In Faces of Fire author Michael Jan Friedman develops multiple plots in different locations. In sum, the audio version of Faces of Fire is a good Star Trek story you can enjoy listening to in your car or home.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. On one planet Captain Kirk and Doctor McCoy are called to assist with negotiations on a sensitive and seemingly impossible religious dispute. 3 people found this helpful.

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Michael Jan Friedman (born March 7, 1955) is a New York City born American author of nearly sixty books of fiction and nonfiction, more than half of which are in licensed tie-in products of the Star Trek franchise

Michael Jan Friedman (born March 7, 1955) is a New York City born American author of nearly sixty books of fiction and nonfiction, more than half of which are in licensed tie-in products of the Star Trek franchise. Ten of his titles have appeared on the New York Times Best Seller list. Friedman has also written for network and cable television, radio, more than 150 comic books, most of them for DC Comics. Star Trek: The Original Series. Double, Double (1989).

by Michael Jan Friedman. Faces Of Fire En route to Alpha Malurian Six to settle a dispute between two religions, the . Books related to Faces of Fire. Enterprise™ first stops to do a routine check on the progress of a terraforming colony on Beta Canzandia Three - a colony whose inhabitants include Carol and David Marcus.

Star Trek-The Original Series written by Michael Jan Friedman is a double plotted book where the main character get split and the adventures . Well in Faces of Fire, that child, David, comes up. He is a brave boy, like his father

Star Trek-The Original Series written by Michael Jan Friedman is a double plotted book where the main character get split and the adventures begin. Faces of Fire" has the Enterprise and her crew on a mission to Alpha Malurian Six to resolve a "religious" dispute, but while enroute to this mission They happen to pass a terraforming. He is a brave boy, like his father. This story depicts the arrogance of the Klingons and the relationship between Spock and David. This book elegantly displays the similarities of Kirk and David.

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Items related to FACES OF FIRE ( STAR TREK Michael Jan Friedman; Dave Stern FACES OF FIRE ( STAR TREK ISBN 13: 9780743420099. Faces of fire ( star trek Michael Jan Friedman; Dave Stern. If it is added to AbeBooks by one of our member booksellers, we will notify you! Create a Want. ISBN 10: 0671749927 ISBN 13: 9780671749927 Publisher: Pocket Books, 1992 Softcover.

Written by Michael Jan Friedman. Narrated by Bibi Besch. When colonists are imprisoned, and Spock and David must defeat the Klingons or face certain death. En route to Alpha Malurian Six to settle a dispute between two religions, the . EnterpriseTM first stops to do a routine check on the progress of a terraforming colony on Beta Canzandia Three, a colony whose inhabitants include Carol and David Marcus. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.


Fordrellador
This author speaks with the voice that sounds most authentic to me amongst the Star Trek writers. Peter David is also a wonderful Star Trek author.
EROROHALO
In Faces of Fire author Michael Jan Friedman develops multiple plots in different locations. On one planet Captain Kirk and Doctor McCoy are called to assist with negotiations on a sensitive and seemingly impossible religious dispute. On another planet, Mr. Spock is assisting scientists with terraforming. One of these scientists happens to be Dr. Carol Marcus who had a relationship with Captain Kirk a number of years ago. Moreover, a Klingon power struggle spills over on to the planet where Spock is working. Of course, there are more details to this intricate story. It is fitting that Bibi Besch (1940-1996) narrates this story as she played the role of Dr. Carol Marcus in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. She does an excellent job of voice characterizations which are supplemented with music and sound effects. In sum, the audio version of Faces of Fire is a good Star Trek story you can enjoy listening to in your car or home.
Wenyost
Again, this is not great but not bad, either. It tries to tell the story of how Kirk came to know that he had a son named David. There is also the introduction of the Klingon Captain Krug (played by Christopher Lloyd in ST:III). This novel did not, however, keep my attention as others had. I found myself 'spacing-out' at times, as the novel failed to really keep my attention.
Dream
Not great, but not bad; this story purports to tell the tale of the first meeting between Kirk and his son David Marcus, as well as to establish the reason for some of the hostility displayed toward Kirk by David in "The Wrath Of Khan". It establishes the character of David fairly well, but the justification for the hostility is weak at best, and the subplot involving the political machinations of the Klingons seems decidedly spurious, merely an excuse for the Klingons behaving in odd and implausible ways later.
A perfectly good adventure novel, which mostly fails at its attempts to a pretension to be more than that.
unmasked
Captain James T. Kirk was known as a man who liked women. When he found Carol Marcus. he never knew that they would have a child. Well in Faces of Fire, that child, David, comes up. He is a brave boy, like his father. This story depicts the arrogance of the Klingons and the relationship between Spock and David. This book elegantly displays the similarities of Kirk and David. I would recommend this book to everyone who likes Spock, Kirk and David.
Tejar
Overall quality is just what I've come to expect from Simon & Schuster: very good. I do agree,however, that the reader here lacks variation and depth. It detracts seriously from the production for me. I found myself getting bored and sidetracked through no fault of the writing, but of the reader. The story itself seemed rather tame for Kirk and Co. Gone was the style and panash and great Errol Flynnish type of adventure. I missed that.