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TXT [The Klingon Gambit urban planning] BY Robert E. Vardeman

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The Klingons are hungry for war their target The EnterpriseWhen Captain Kirk and his crew are ordered to Alnath II to challenge the deadliest Klingon starship Terror they're ready for anything or so they think But the defenseless Vulcan cre. This is without a doubt one of the worst things I ve ever tried to read Cliched contrived boring drivel Nothing about this book was good or interesting nothing about it was thrilling or compelling Actually it did compel me to vomit a few times And all this comes from a fan of Star Trek especially the Star Trek novel

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The Klingon Gambit

Ready to destroy itBut Captain Kirk can't seem to make decisions Spock has started to throw temper tantrums And Chekov has disobeyed vital orders The crew of the Enterprise are losing their minds one by one all victims of the Klingon gambit. Did not finish It was to awful and I didn t want to waste my time

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W of a Federation science ship has been wiped out The remaining members of the Alnath II mission have discovered a fabulous ancient city but their report doesn't make sense The Klingon battle cruiser has the Enterprise in its sights and is. Although I found it enjoyable the latest STAR TREK movie INTO DARKNESS left me longing for the days of classic Trek back when Kirk co didn t rely so much on blowing stuff up and punching people repeatedly in the face Back when STAR TREK didn t feel like a cross between MISSION IMPOSSIBLE and THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS set in outer space That s why I picked up THE KLINGON GAMBIT by Robert E Vardeman the first STAR TREK novel I ve bothered to read since high school I chose it because it was one of the first STAR TREK novels ever written and I was really looking for that old school feel In fact this book is so old school Kirk still refers to phasers as ray guns The story revolves around a mysterious radiation field that emphasizes certain elements of each crew member s personality ironically causing them to act like their Abramsverse counterparts For example Spock becomes an emotional wreck Scotty shows up purely for comic relief and sexual tension abounds It s not a particularly good novel The writing is workman like and the plot is unambitious and inconseuential to the STARK TREK universe Still though it compares favorably with some of the cheesier STAR TREK TOS episodes and I have to give it credit for satiating me in a way that INTO DARKNESS didn t uite manage


10 thoughts on “The Klingon Gambit

  1. says:

    Ironically and with pure unintended artlessness I'm sure this uote sums up the entire bookThe longer this drags on the confused it gets What are the Klingons doing on Alnath? What is it that killed those Vulcans? What what

  2. says:

    A great Star Trek adventure from the original series

  3. says:

    This is without a doubt one of the worst things I've ever tried to read Cliched contrived boring drivel Nothing a

  4. says:

    A surprisingly philosophical tale as it delves into the psyche of humans Vulcans Andorians and even Klingons The book is a beautiful look into the hearts and desires of the beloved Enterprise crew

  5. says:

    The Klingon Gambit by Robert E Vardeman is yet another book based on the classic Star Trek series I am slowly going through my collection and rereading these books some of which I haven’t read since about 1983 Some of them I remember fondl

  6. says:

    Although I found it enjoyable the latest STAR TREK movie INTO DARKNESS left me longing for the days of classic Trek back when Kirk co didn't rely so much on blowing stuff up and punching people repeatedly in the face Back when STAR TREK didn't feel like a cross between MISSION IMPOSSIBLE and THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS set in outer space That's why I picked up THE KLINGON GAMBIT by Robert E Vardeman the first S

  7. says:

    Bad enough that even though I love Star Trek it could not push it to two stars Spock crying like a baby a story that never really did seem to get off the ground I suppose there was supposed to be tension building in the book but I never felt it

  8. says:

    One of the apt criticisms of the Star Trek franchise is about the repetitiveness of their plotting Though the original premise of a st

  9. says:

    Did not finish It was to awful and I didn't want to waste my time

  10. says:

    Very inconsistent barely any surprises However it reads exactly like an original episode and it is very pulpy and interesting Very much an unused episode than a full on Star Trek novel

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