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Title : Enterprise: The First Adventure
Writers : Vonda N. McIntyre
Year : 1986
Rating : 4.6667 for 3 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : James Tobias Rating : 5
Review : Though contradicted by a few TV episodes, for the most part this is a wonderful novel that tells very well the story of how Kirk's first mission in command of the Enterprise. It is very well put together and uses most of the continuity up to that point. So we get references to David Marcus and Spock's family problems. We also get an interesting adventure that seems to indicate how the Enterprise crew started on the road to being legends. There is also some surprising backstory. Such as Sulu's desire to be anywhere but the Enterprise (seen in other Mcintyre novels), and Rand's tragic backstory. We also get one of the first stories to have Chekov on the Enterprise before season 2. It's hard to find but if you do get hold of a copy you will enjoy it.
Reviewer : Moonprince Rating : 5
Review : While it no longer correct with trek history, this story is a great read. The story is very entertaining, the characters seem real, and it plugs in the gaps in some areas of trekdom. If you can find this book I truly recommend reading it. Its worth getting.
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