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January 1983 Cover Image
By: Sonni Cooper
There is sabotage aboard the Enterprise,
and Spock's investigation leads
him into defiance of the Federation
and a bizarre alliance with the Romulan
and Klingon Empires against
the bloodthirsty Tomarii - a savage race
for whom war and battle are life itself.
Now Spock has been declared a
traitor and condemned to the shame of
the Federation's highest security
prison. And now Captain James Kirk
must face the toughest decision of
his command, while a lifelong friendship
and the destiny of the free universe
hang in the balance!
My first thoughts about this story were that
Spock was way out of character, but the more I thought
about it, the more I realized he's just acting in the only logical
way available to him just like he did in the episode
"The Enterprise Incident."
He acted out of character in that episode,
but it was for the good of the mission
and that's what he does in this novel - albeit to a greater degree.
Overall, a very good book.
Check it out if you haven't read it.
I've read it several times!