Spocks final recollections as he succumbs to death in the reactor room.
At the end of Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Uhura comes to a sudden realization that things may never be the same again.
The Listening Stranger
Jim Kirk and Carol Marcus come to an understanding following the events of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Note: Sexual themes.
Contempt of Council
While the Enterprise undergoes makeshift repairs, James T. Kirk encounters a rather unique listener on the surface of Pacifica.
Sareks point of view of the events relating to Spocks death, the return of his katra to his body and the trial of his friends before the Federation.
Following the return of the Enterprise to Earth from the Genesis planet, Chekov finds himself under scrutiny from his old mentor at Starfleet Academy, his friends like Sulu, and most importantly, himself...
Where or When
With his forces depleted and his strategy failing, Admiral Kirk faces a tough decision...
An exploration of the relationship between Jim Kirk and Gillian Taylor, while taking a somewhat more serious look at other emotional issues confronting the former admiral. If you like a good, old-fashioned romance combined with an indepth character study, then this one is for you! Note: Strong sexual situations.
Let Me Help
Following the events of The Return, Jim Kirk, Spock and the Enterprise are diverted to Betazed. An investigation into the disappearance of one of Captain Kirks old friends place both Kirk and Spock in jeopardy. But their escape leads to even more potentially serious consequences and the discovery of a betrayal.
After the missions to Tellus and Betazed, Jim Kirk has suddenly realized just what he is he has lost. Grieving for his son, his command performance is ebbing, and its because of help from an old friend that he suddenly realizes that he is not alone. Note: Sexual situations.
Hikaru Sulu finds himself receiving the captaincy he has long since deserved. Unfortunately, its not quite what he expected...
The senior officers of the Enterprise find themselves evaluating a new teaching tool under less than academic surroundings.
written by Carol Kummer
Artwork by Danaline Bryant, Bobbie Hawkins, David Lawrence, Jeanne L. Matthews, Christine M. Myers, Gennie Summers, Zaquia Tarhuntassa and Patricia Wright. 292 pages, 8½" x 11" size, coil binding. Color cover by Christine M. Myers.
The Enterprise is sent to the Edam star system which is ending its ties with the Federation. But soon Kirk and Spock learn from the expelled ambassador Carlysle and her son of that that theres more to the situation than the Federation suspects!
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