With the Alpha Quadrant finally at peace after the trials
of the Dominion War, the Federation's greatest captains, James
T. Kirk and Jean Luc Picard take some much needed shore leave.
They intend to while away their leisure time on the planet
Bajor - accompanying a group of scientists diving in the ruins
of an ancient sunken city. But captain Kirk can't seem to
do anything without danger following close behind and the
two explorers soon find themselves embroiled in a series of
events that include sabotage and murder...
Trek: Captain's Peril is
another one of those William Shatner books which is "written
with..." which begs the question: how much was actually
written by the great man himself? There is enough intrigue,
mystery and action to keep Star Trek fans entertained
for the novel's 335 page duration. The book ends with the
promise that, in James Bond style: "James T. Kirk
will return in Star Trek: Captain's Blood."
there are a few rather uncomfortable moments, like Kirk yet
again getting to kiss the girl - even if he is trying not
to, for reasons I won't divulge. The majority of the book
Gerber's cover design is interesting showing the young and
current ages of Kirk. An when all is said and done this is
an above average tale.
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