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Star Trek: Log Seven by Alan Dean Foster

Star Trek: Log Seven (original 1976; edition 1976)

by Alan Dean Foster

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Title:Star Trek: Log Seven
Authors:Alan Dean Foster
Info:Amereon Limited (1976), Hardcover
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Star Trek Log Seven by Alan Dean Foster (1976)



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A duo of Star Trek stories; the first one has Commodore Robert April and wife on the Enterprise en route to retirement, as a strange malady gradually causes the Enterprise crew to revert physically and mentally toward childhood. In the second, a skirmish with Klingons is found to have been engineered by powerful beings similar to the Organians, as a test. ( )
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For all the fans of star Trek, everywhere... ignore the ignorant and stick to your phasers!
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The Counter-Clock Incident

A warm light seemed to suffuse April's face as he stared at the drawings.
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The Counter Clock Incident

Commodore Robert April, first Captain of the Enterprise, was traveling at warp speeds toward retirement... a fate worse than death for a seasoned sailor of the spaceways.

There didn't seem to be any way to turn back the hands of time - but then nothing is ever certain in the outer reaches of the galaxy.

Nothing, that is, except that a Klingon in pursuit means trouble - especially when that Klingon is the wily Commander Kumara!
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