recruit Lt Jon Anderson joins the crew of the Enterprise as
tension mounts with the Klingons. But Anderson is no ordinary
Starfleet office - he's a Klingon agent on a mission to sabotage
Starfleet's finest vessel and kill its captain...
else you say about Ryan's plot, you can't call it original.
But that does not detract from the book's overall entertainment
value. All our favourite characters are present and correct,
all in style and faithfully recreated: you can hear the voices
in your head as you turn the pages - other Trek authors
there's a problem at the heart of the book. The original crew
may be all present and correct but the Klingons are a variety
never found in the show's first outing - these Klingons are
the honour-obsessed variety that thundered through modern
reincarnations of the Trek universe.
The Edge of the Sword is still a good, solid read that
leaves you wanting to launch into the next instalment of the
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