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Kirk by David R. George III
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Nov 14, 2013

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bookshelves: star-trek
Read from November 07 to 14, 2013 , read count: 1

The closing to the Crucible trilogy, this third book, focusing on James T. Kirk, didn't tie into the two others very closely. In fact, except for a flashback to the episode "City on the Edge of Forever", I don't think Kirk interacted with Bones or McCoy at all. Mostly it was a time-travelling adventure centered around his time in the nexus, from which he emerged only to die in Star Trek Generations. The new background regarding the development of his relationship with Antonia, an Idahoan hippiater, was interesting and gave some new depth to the character. But otherwise, I felt the book was too much about temporal anomalies and too little about the man.

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