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Star Trek II: Distress Call (Plot-Your-Own-Adventure-Stories)

2.5  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Paperback, 126 pages
Published December 1st 1982 by Wanderer Books
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Terry
Mar 15, 2013 Terry rated it liked it
Shelves: star-trek, gamebook
Despite the Star Trek II title, this book has no discernible relationship to The Wrath of Khan. Instead it's focused around a brief mission to Varda III where the USS Enterprise responds to a distress call from an archaeological team.

Two things make this book standout: a respectable level of writing and a unique approach to the choose-your-own-adventure genre. Instead of inserting the reader as a player character, the reader acts like a director plotting out the action. Do you follow the away t
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Ken
Nov 02, 2014 Ken rated it did not like it
I was disappointed by this choose your own adventure star trek book. The best books in this genre have a central plot, and your choices serve to discover all the different nuances of it. In this book, every choice you make changes the plot, leaving the book without a coherent story to tell. Furthermore, none of the choices presented were particularly interesting ones to make, they were of the "which officer would you like to follow" kind, many even just saying, "now turn to page xx to see what ...more
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William "Bill" Rotsler was an American cartoonist and graphic artist; author of several science fiction novels and short stories, and television and film novelizations, and non-fiction works on a variety of topics, ranging from Star Trek to pornography; a prominent member of science fiction fandom; and a sculptor, primarily in metal, who contributed to the art at the entrance to the Los Angeles Po ...more
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