By Dave Stern
By Dave Stern
Hidden aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise is a mystery that has been handed from captain to captain, from Robert April to Christopher Pike to James T. Kirk. Now the go back of the enigmatic lady as soon as referred to as number 1 has introduced that mystery to gentle, and Kirk and his staff needs to possibility every little thing to complete a challenge that started with April such a lot of years ago…
Nearly twenty years previous, April and his staff first visited the planet Usilde, the place they discovered either tragedy and a thorny ethical drawback. this day, the legacy of that fateful get together will compel Kirk to embark on a dicy voyage again to that forbidden world—which is now deep in territory claimed by means of the Klingon Empire!
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By Doris Lessing
From the alternate Paperback edition.
By W.R. Thompson
By Takeshi Mori
Not that Alexi cares approximately any of this. so far as he’s involved, issues might be worse, couldn’t they? He’s obtained foodstuff, a roof over his head and an attractive neighbor with whom to get freaky. What could he do with “freedom”? Yeah, he had greater obey the invader and steer clear of pissing them off if he desires to hold having fun with his quiet life.
But every little thing will swap whilst Alexi stumbles upon a mysterious meteorite and merges with a depressing entity named Prant. The symbiont, who were locked away for eons, will bestow superhuman powers upon Alexi. even though, this new cohabitation aren't with no its drawbacks. in the end this time, Prant is ravenous, and some ration blocks or vegetables definitely won’t do to calm his hunger.
In the tip, no matter if he likes it or no longer, Alexi could have to become involved within the struggle opposed to the Kranax.
’Symbiotized’ is the 1st booklet within the ‘Kranax Wars’ and is a quick paced motion experience set in a sci-fi international the place people are little greater than pets and just a small team of resistance opponents fight to loose mankind.
By Michael McBride
“This novel is for everybody who’s nonetheless a bit petrified of the darkish . . . a superb sci-fi/thriller; I’ll learn no matter what McBride writes next.”
—Ken Raymond, The Oklahoman on Subhuman
By AV Singer