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Jun 14, 2019

The Friday 56: Star Trek: The Captain's Oath



Rules

Grab a book, any book.
Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader.
Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it).
Post it.
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As the party moved through the high, curving corridors of the city spheres and the wide, cylindrical airlocks that connected them to one another, Kirk was struck by the abundance of windows and the relative thinness of the walls that encased them.

page 256, Star Trek: The Captain's Oath by Christopher L. Bennett

  My Thoughts

I know novel tie-ins get a bad break and aren't considered "literature" to some readers, but I for one happen to disagree, especially with my current read Star Trek: The Captain's Oath by Christopher L. Bennett, which is extremely well-written. I'll probably finish reading it sometime today.

5 comments:

  1. One of fave books was the Star Trek fan fiction Q Squared. Loved it!

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    1. The tie-in novels aren't considered fan fiction, they're just considered non-cannon stories published under the Star Trek brand. Many great science fiction writers have written Stark Trek novels.

      I've never heard of Q-Squared. I'll have to keep an eye on it if becomes one of the $.99 eBooks on Amazon. I purchased a few Star Trek titles for $.99 each several weeks ago.

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  2. I haven't read any of the Star Trek books in ages. I hope you're enjoying it!

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  3. I would like this one. Shatner is my favorite Captain. :-) Happy weekend!

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  4. I had a ton of Star Trek books in my library. They were pretty popular. Anything to get teens to read, I say.

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