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Star Trek Logs Series

Alan Dean Foster
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Star Trek Logs Series : Titles in Order

Book 5
Celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Star Trek® with the original mission logs chronicling some of the crew’s most bizarre missions and strangest encounters with alien races across the galaxy . . . where no man has gone before™.

Bem
It seems a simple request. The Pandronians have petitioned to send a representative to observe a Federation crew carrying out a survey mission. So Commander Ari bn Bem joins Captain Kirk to evaluate aboriginal life forms of undetermined intelligence and accomplishments on planet Delta Theta Three. There, the trouble begins with an omniscient entity.

Then disaster summons Bem to his home planet, with the Enterprise ordered to assist him in every way. The shocking theft of a priceless treasure threatens to reduce Pandronian civilization to anarchy—and bring the crew of the Enterprise to the brink of disaster.


Slaver Weapon
A billion years ago Slavers ruled the galaxy, but all that remains of their once awesome empire is concentrated in extraordinary cubes known as stasis boxes. Now the Enterprise must transport a stasis box containing the ultimate weapon, a war computer/handgun with settings that fire nuclear explosions.

But the Kzin–violent, ferocious, catlike creatures—crave the weapon that will make the galaxy a smorgasbord for their insatiable appetites. With ruthless cunning they lure the unsuspecting starship to an icy planet, where a cataclysmic fate awaits them–and the universe.
Book 4
Celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Star Trek® with the original mission logs chronicling some of the crew’s most bizarre missions and strangest encounters with alien races across the galaxy . . . where no man has gone before™.

The Counter-Clock Incident
The Enterprise’s first captain, Commodore Robert April, is aboard the starship one last time en route to his retirement ceremonies. On the way, Kirk attempts to save an alien ship headed straight for the Beta Niobe Nova.

Instead, the Enterprise plunges through the heart of the nova and into an alternate universe where everything runs backward. Day is night, stars are black not white, and time flows into the past as people get younger with every breath they take.

The Eye of the Beholder
When the Enterprise is sent to investigate a missing starship near Lactran VII, Kirk beams down to discover the Lactrans are giant, highly intelligent slugs, who admire humans for one reason: they make lovely pets.

The situation appears hopeless when the landing party is locked up as exhibits in the planet’s zoo. Amazingly, Spock manages to convince the Lactrans that humans are not dumb animals and they agree to let the crew go—on one condition. Kirk and company must become interstellar big-game hunters and capture the powerful, ferocious jawanda on a remote planet.
Book 3
Celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Star Trek® with the original mission logs chronicling some of the crew’s most bizarre missions and strangest encounters with alien races across the galaxy . . . where no man has gone before™.

The Ambergris Element
Spock and Kirk seemingly meet a watery grave on the planet Argo. But the crew learns that the two have been turned into water-breathers by a mysterious race—and the consequences could cost them their lives.

The Pirates of Orion
An epidemic lethal to Vulcans strikes the Enterprise. But an Orion ship steals the cure and disappears into an explosive asteroid belt. If Spock doesn’t receive the antidote, he has only three days to live.

Jihad
When a priceless religious object—the Soul of Skorr—is stolen from the Vedala asteroid, Kirk and Spock join the rescue party to help stave off a galaxy-wide holy war.

Albatross
On the planet Draymia, where justice is swift, Dr. McCoy is charged with the wanton slaughter of thousands of innocent civilians nineteen years ago. But before Kirk can save his friend, he must first find out if the hideous charges are true.

The Practical Joker
To escape Romulan warships, the Enterprise sails into a gaseous energy field. But Kirk soon discovers that this cloud has a mind of its own–and a very wicked sense of play.

How Sharper Than a Serpent’s Tooth
Tracing a mysterious probe, the Enterprise encounters mighty Kukulkan, the ancient winged serpent of Mayan-Aztec legend, who challenges them to solve a Sphinx-like puzzle . . . or die.
Book 2
Celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Star Trek® with the original mission logs chronicling some of the crew’s most bizarre missions and strangest encounters with alien races across the galaxy . . . where no man has gone before™.

Once Upon a Planet
Ready for a holiday, the Enterprise crew returns to the planet of fantasies expressly designed to make every wish come true. But the resort has become a mad dream world where nightmares are hideously real.

Mudd’s Passion
When space scoundrel Harry Mudd is arrested and brought aboard the Enterprise, he subjects the crew to a liquid-crystal love potion—with devastating results.

The Magicks of Megas-tu
After penetrating the very heart of the galaxy, Kirk and his crew confront a strange half-man, half-goat creature, who introduces the Enterprise to a fantastic world of good . . . and evil.

The Terratin Incident
A garbled distress signal leads the Enterprise to certain doom in a fiery mass of radiant particles—as all living matter begins to shrink to nothingness, including Kirk and his crew.

Time Trap
A Klingon attack on the Enterprise causes both ships to disappear into the Delta Triangle, a dead-end time warp of lost ships. Escape is impossible—unless sworn enemies Kor, the Klingon leader, and Kirk work together.

More Tribbles, More Troubles
After saving a Federation scout ship from Klingon attack, Kirk also rescues Cyrano Jones and a pile of tribbles. Jones insists that these tribbles don’t multiply—but they do grow bigger, and bigger, and bigger.
Book 1
Celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Star Trek® with the original mission logs chronicling some of the crew’s most bizarre missions and strangest encounters with alien races across the galaxy . . . where no man has gone before™.

Beyond the Farthest Star
Behind a negative star, the Enterprise finds some malevolent company: an alien of unimaginable power beams aboard–to destroy the crew and hijack the ship for its own deadly purpose.

Yesteryear
Spock returns from a time-travel research project to find that no one on the Enterprise recognizes him. Now he must go back through the Time Gate to his Vulcan childhood—to save the life of the child he was.

One of Our Planets Is Missing
A huge cosmic cloud that eats celestial objects has already consumed one planet and is on its way to another, where 82 million people will die. And Kirk and his crew find themselves in its voracious path.

The Survivor
The crew rejoices when a drifting, damaged spaceship yields Carter Winston, the famous philanthropist missing and presumed dead. But Carter is not all that he seems.

The Lorelei Signal
When Kirk, Spock, and McCoy beam down to a mysterious planet, they discover an exotic race of enchantingly beautiful women who seem ready to fulfill every fantasy—but a far deadlier fate awaits the Enterprise crew.

The Infinite Vulcan
Keniclius 5, a 24-foot-tall clone of a demented scientist, kidnaps Spock to clone him into immortality. Unfortunately, to achieve this transformation, the real Spock must die . . .

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