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Reviewer : ThomasJBryant
Ave Rating : 5.0000 for 2 reviews
Title : Spock's World Rating : 5
Writers : Diane Duane Year : 1988
Review : The first Star Trek novel I read in my early days as a Trekker... and still one of my favorites. It's very insightful, and as aforementioned, it cannot be harmed by the recent manglings a certain series has caused. "Spock's World" becomes "Our World" as we are guided through events in Vulcan history and through focal points in "current" political affairs between Vulcan and the UFP. By far one of the greatest Trek novels -- a MUST read for anyone!
Title : A Flag Full of Stars Rating : 5
Writers : Brad Ferguson Year : 1991
Review : One of my favorite "in between" stories. I've read it several times and each time has a strong appeal to me. You would think Roddenberry himself had a hand in it!

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