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Title : Timetrap
Writers : David Dvorkin
Year : 1988
Rating : 3.0000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : ktasay Rating : 3
Review : Decent book if you like temporal themes.
Reviewer : ADM_J_Herring Rating : 3
Review : Someone must have been watching the World War 2 movie '36 hours" with James Garner when they wrote this. Kirk travels a 100 years into the future. Not a bad story, but not as well done. Though to be fair, this was before the technological explosion of our own (Internet, cell phones, etc), so we were still trying to think of doing things differently within the Trek universe. I do like the idea that maybe the Klingons are better pharmacists. Also, that the Klingons aren't as honorable; this is still the time when they remember how Klingons were on TOS before TNG jumped the shark. Though the story is fair, there are many side points that I enjoyed (and I can't say as that would give away other things). Not bad. Solid, but could have been better.
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