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by John Vornholt

ePub Aftershock (STAR TREK: STAR FLEET ACADEMY) download
Author:
John Vornholt
ISBN13:
978-0671000790
ISBN:
0671000799
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Publisher:
Aladdin (September 1, 1996)
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Subcategory:
Science Fiction
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1496 kb
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1390 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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739

Star Trek: STARFLEET ACADEMY. Star Trek First Contact. The sale of this book without its cover is unauthorized.

Star Trek: STARFLEET ACADEMY. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

Aftershock" by John Vornholt is the 2nd book in the 1996 Star Trek Starfleet Academy series of novels that charted the earlier escapades of Kirk, Spock and McCoy in the prime Trek Universe. The plot follows McCoy as he ends up doing a form of community service after an unofficial football game with some freshman cadets leads to McCoy and a young cadet named Kirk having an accident with a security shield

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Real World article(written from a Production point of view). Can Spock and McCoy stop an earthquake? Aftershock is a Star Trek: The Original Series - Starfleet Academy young adult novel – the second novel in the series – written by John Vornholt

Real World article(written from a Production point of view). Can Spock and McCoy stop an earthquake? Aftershock is a Star Trek: The Original Series - Starfleet Academy young adult novel – the second novel in the series – written by John Vornholt. Published by Pocket Books, it was first released in September 1996. From the book jacket. Leonard McCoy was a medical student at Starfleet Academy looking forward to the winter break.

Owing to ion storms on Playamar, it was decided not to use transporters except in life-or-death emergencies.

Star Trek: Starfleet Academy was a comic book series published by Marvel Comics in the United States, running for 19 issues from December 1996 until June 1998. Along with Star Trek: Early Voyages, the two were the most popular of Marvel's brief stint of Star Trek publishing. The series ends with several plot points unresolved and a glimpse into the future.

Summary taken from the book cover. Compliments of Leah Coultrip. He was just trying to have some fun when a football game on Academy grounds got out of hand, and all thanks to that upstart cadet named Kirk. Now McCoy is stuck at the Academy during the break. If only Kirk hadn't gotten him into trouble. But it's too late for regrets. McCoy has been "volunteered" for the Disaster Relief Service Club.

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John Vornholt is a very two-faced star trek author, with the ability to produce ambitious and well written stories, while producing just as many naivé and brainless action adventures. Crossfire" is the purest example of the latter

John Vornholt is a very two-faced star trek author, with the ability to produce ambitious and well written stories, while producing just as many naivé and brainless action adventures. Crossfire" is the purest example of the latter. The main character is the drily portrayed younger version of Geordie LaForge, who works as a roadie for the Starfleet Academy Big Band, where the equally dimensionless younger version of Will Riker plays the trombone. The book starts with the band traveling to a music competition on Pasifica, the much mentioned vacation planet of Starfleet officers.

Stuck at Starfleet Academy during winter break when upstart Jim Kirk gets him into trouble, medical student Leonard McCoy reluctantly joins the Disaster Relief Service Club with the humorless Spock
  • Have allways liked Star Trek, and this one was just as interesting as I have come to expect.

  • Great book -- not just for young readers. Finally someone captured the personality in process of Leonard McCoy. With a terrific plot and the chance to see McCoy hook up with Spock and Kirk for the first time, I would rate this as one of the best Star Trek books written.

  • In the previous book we followed a young Spock, this time we follow Leonard McCoy. In this book we are finally introduced to Starfleet Academy. After a football game late at night, McCoy is put on volunteer work, thanks to a young, and brief, introduction to James Kirk. While on voluntary work, a catastrophic incident happens on a planet called Playamar and now McCoy and Spock have to help the people and uncover a mystery.

    To me, this wasn't as good or enthralling as the first, but it was fun to read. The author really knew the characters well and wrote them pretty close to how we've always known them. The story is okay and gets a little forced towards the end. It's still not a bad read and I would recommend it to anyone looking for backstory on a legendary icon of the Star Trek franchise.

  • This is a very good book for McCoy lovers to read. I love McCoy and I loved this book. In this book McCoy is ready for Christmas vacation and a time to spend with family. But when a young freshman cadet forgets the football game he is playing is only a touch football game, and tackles McCoy, they both fall onto a security shield and get stuck doing community service for Christmas break. During the community service(Disaster Relief Service Club) McCoy meets Cadet Spock and Lisa Donald and together they work as a team to learn how to save people in natural disasters. After a week of training all the members of the Disaster Relief Service are about to be allowed to go home for the holidays when they receive work that Playamar has gone through a mass earthquake and is continually having aftershocks and they need help. McCoy, Spock, and Lisa are sent down to the planet as the first rescue team, and on the planet they go through so much trouble, and during that trouble, they start to see signs that make them think that the earthquake was not a natural disaster. This is truly a great book, one that you should read, especially if you like McCoy. In the lowest review for this book, the reviewer calls it idiotic, because McCoy was in Starfleet Academy and he says McCoy never went to the academy. But he is very wrong, just because they don't talk about McCoy's academy days, doesn't mean he didn't go. If you want to be in Starfleet you have to go to Starfleet Academy. McCoy couldn't have been Chief Medical Officer aboard the USS Enterprise if he had not gone to Starfleet Academy! Even if you don't agree with that it is still a great book.

  • This was an excellent piece of penmenship. It fit the charcters Spock and McCoy really well. The appearence by Kirk was a great idea. The part with McCoy's father at the end was a pleasant surprise. I also liked the part about how the girl McCoy liked was already taken by the troublemaker Jim Kirk. Keep up the good writing Jon Vornholt!
    Also another excellent job by Todd Cameron Hamilton. he captures the charcters very well.

  • Clearly, the writer didn't bother doing any research. McCoy, of course, never went to Starfleet Academy. Of course, since that detail escaped the attention of the creative forces behind the upcoming movie, it's little surprise that this author was equally lazy.