4 edition of The wounded sky found in the catalog.
The wounded sky
Originally published, New York , Pocket Books, 1983.
|Series||Firecrest, Star trek, Star trek (Chivers Press)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||255|
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The book is called THE WOUNDED SKY for a reason. But i may be wrong. Read on, and see. Characterisation is first class.
Tension is exacted upon the reader with such skill and aptitude that you think you are reading a script from TOS in lieu of a /5(56). The book is called THE WOUNDED SKY for a reason. But i may be wrong. Read on, and see. Characterisation is first class.
Tension is exacted upon the reader with such skill and aptitude that you think you are reading a script from TOS in lieu of a /5(41). 'The Wounded Sky' is definitely one of the best. Diane Duane is obviously a fan, knows the Trek world well and has an imagination worthy of the best /5(86).
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The Wounded Sky is a Star Trek novel (Pocket Books #13) by Diane Duane, featuring James T. Kirk as captain of the USS author would four years later adapt the novel's plot for the teleplay of the first season Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Where No One Has Gone Before".
Plot. The Enterprise, equipped with a radical new "inversion drive" Author: Diane Duane. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Star Trek # The Wounded Sky by Diane Duane at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to Brand: Pocket Books/Star Trek. The Enterprise leaps beyond our galaxy – into the deadly void of the universe. The Wounded Sky is a Pocket TOS novel –#13 in the numbered series – written by Diane Duane.
Published by Pocket Books, it was first released in December Pages: Get this from a library. The wounded sky. [Diane Duane; Boris Vallejo] -- While the Enterprise is testing a new engine system, the crew develops strange symptoms, the Klingons attempt to sabotage the test, and time becomes meaningless.
Book Cover Image (jpg): The Wounded Sky. eBook The Wounded Sky. Book #13 of Star Trek: The Original Series. By Diane Duane. eBook. LIST PRICE $ PRICE MAY VARY BY RETAILER. Buy from Us; Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today!Released on: Septem ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: New York: Pocket Books, Description: pages ; 22 cm.
Series Title. This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. The Wounded Sky tends to be a bit tedious reading at first.
We meet the alien scientist, who is a glass spider-like alien (why the book blurb says "pretty scientist" is beyond me!) meets up with the Enterprise crew, which crew has won the lottery on which starship will be heading off to parts of the Galaxy Mankind has never been to before by /5(10). The Wounded Sky (Star Trek: Vanguard #13) View larger image.
By: Diane Duane. Sign Up Now. Already a Member. Book Details Book Quality: Publisher Quality ISBN Related ISBNs: Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek Date of Addition: 07/08/ Condition: Very good.
This copy of Wounded Sky, by Diane Duane, is a mass market paperback, published by Pocket [#, edition, 6th printing. Series: Star Trek: Original Series [Star Trek].
].Seller Rating: % positive. Sky has proven to me that she understands how to keep the reader interested. The storylines are amazing. I do not know the PDA series but it has tweaked my interest enough to look up the author, Milly Taiden.
I have purchased book one in the PDA series as well as book one in her Wounded Soilder/5. An alien scientist invents the Intergalactic Inversion Drive, an engine system that transcends warp drive -- and the U.S.S Enterprise™ will be the first to test it.
The Klingons attempt to thwart the test, but a greater danger looms when strange symptoms surface among the crew -- and time bec /5(15).
This book the Wounded Sky is one of my all time favorites of the series. I was there to see the 1st episode of Star Trek. When I finished seeing that 1st episode it was the 1st time that I had seen science fiction for adults with adult themes/5(39).
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Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments. The Wounded Sky is a novel of the Star Trek Expanded Universe by Diane Duane, first published in The USS Enterprise, under the command of Captain James Kirk, is assigned to test a new space drive that promises to far outstrip the warp the test, the ship is attacked by Klingons, and then faces a much greater problem when it becomes clear that the new drive is.
Beneath a Wounded Sky The fifth (and final) book in the Fallen Cloud Saga has been completed and is available in both hardcopy and e-book versions.
I have released all five titles in this series—a second edition of Books I-IV—so newcomers don’t have to have mismatched books on their shelves (how annoying!).So too does The Wounded Sky.
I'm certain that each time I reread the book, I will arrive at some new understanding. Diane Duane is more than an author, in my opinion. She is very much a modern philosopher, and in this work it shows more clearly than any other. There is an entire worldview contained within this book that perhaps speaks to the /5(20).Essentially what I'm saying is that The Wounded Sky doesn't rely on being a Star Trek book to succeed, it doesn't need Kirk, Spock or McCoy or The Enterprise, but for a fan of Star Trek it just makes it sweeter and Duane's effortless characterisation of our favourite characters is the cherry on the proverbial cake.