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Death Count (Star Trek, Book 62) (original 1992; edition 1992)

by L. A. Graf (Author)

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Called to Starbase Sigma 1 on the outskirts of the Andorian-Orion system, the Enterprise hopes to act as a deterrent to war, but a series of mysterious accidents could undermine their mission.
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Title:Death Count (Star Trek, Book 62)
Authors:L. A. Graf (Author)
Info:Pocket Books (1992), Edition: 1st, 276 pages
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enjoyed the stoyline as it was following Chekov and how it characterized him as a more mature character. ( )
  GlenRH | Jul 26, 2021 |
What a disappointing dog of a novel! According to the Goodreads bio, “L.A. Graf” is a pseudonym for two authors that ostensibly means “Let’s All Get Rich and Famous.” After finishing it, a more accurate meaning would be “Lame And GReedy Authorial Feat,” as it would better convey its essence. While I appreciate their attempt to draw in some under-utilized aspects of the Star Trek universe (such as the Orions and the Sulu-Chekov-Uhura relationship), they employ them in a plot burdened by predictable developments and tepid pacing. It was an effort to maintain enough interest to finish it, and I would recommend other readers spare theirs for better books than this one. ( )
  MacDad | Mar 27, 2020 |
At first glance, I expected this to be just another Enterprise yarn. However, as I continued to read, it turned into an excellent character development vehicle for Chekov and Sulu. Uhura's character was developed to a lesser extent. Sulu demonstrates the capabilities that eventually lead to his own command and the groundwork for Checkov's elevation in rank in future novels is laid. Uhura shows the importance of cross-training when she has to help Sulu with navigation. The friendship between the three is prominent and the relegation of the "Big 3" to supporting roles makes this a refreshing change of pace. ( )
  Hedgepeth | May 14, 2018 |
A standard Star Trek story in which the Enterprise is subjected to sabotage and murder by unknown antagonists while patrolling a volatile area of Andorian/Orion space. An okay read for a slow afternoon. ( )
  burnit99 | Jan 21, 2007 |
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An unexpected blast of neutron radiation clawed across Sulu's helm display, obscuring his fix on the binary Beta Herculani star system for a crucial moment.
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Called to Starbase Sigma 1 on the outskirts of the Andorian-Orion system, the Enterprise hopes to act as a deterrent to war, but a series of mysterious accidents could undermine their mission.

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