Star Trek: Yesterday’s Son

{4.5/5} “Kirk leaned forward, gripped the Vulcan’s shoulder, and shook it. ‘I don’t know what the problem is, but I know why you won’t tell me. You’re concerned that if I find out how dangerous this project is, I’ll insist on going with you. You’re right. I am.'”

Star Trek: Yesterday’s Son by A. C. Crispin, published in 1983

Some on the Enterprise finds in some archeology files a cave painting from Sarpeidon that depicts a Vulcan. Spock realizes that this Vulcan is his and Zarabeth’s son. He makes plans to use the Guardian of Forever to rescue both mother and son — then Kirk and McCoy insist on coming along.

It’s a sequel to the epsisode “All Our Yesterdays.”

It’s about family and duty.

This is the 2nd time I’ve read it.

I’ve read 4 of Crispin’s Star Trek books and 7 of her StarBridge books. I previously reviewed Voices of Chaos: A Novel of StarBridge.

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