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Crisis on Centaurus
March 1986 Cover Image


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 BOOK DETAILS

  • 254 Pages
  • March 1986
  • Book #28
  • Pocket Books
  • Paperback
ISBN: 0-671-61115-1

CRISIS ON CENTAURUS

By: Brad Ferguson

Massive computer malfunctions are plaguing the
Enterprise when Kirk suddenly receives
a shocking message from Starfleet Command:
Centaurus has been bombed and annihilated;
thousands are dead.  Give whatever help you can.
Centaurus is a beautiful, peaceful planet, home to
many humans - including McCoy's daughter Joanna.

The crew risks beaming down to investigate.
But Kirk is thrown into a deadly struggle between
violent enemy terrorists and vengeful
Centaurians.  Now Lt. Uhura, left alone in command,
must jeopardize the crippled Enterprise
to save Centaurus, Kirk - and Joanna McCoy!



TREKKIEGUY'S REVIEW


We finally get to meet McCoy's daughter!
It's about time!

This story grabs you right away with its first chapter.
A Tellarite trying to use an American Express traveler's check dispenser!

(You need to forget they don't use money in the 23rd century)

An excellent novel by one of the few male authors.


OVERALL RATING





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