Star Trek: The Star to Every Wandering

{5/5} “He had loved Edith as he had loved no other woman, either before or after. For the most part, he had found fulfillment each day that he’d been able to step onto the bridge of the Enterprise or the Enterprise-A as its commanding officer, and he still felt that there had been something special about his first captaincy, but he could not deny the great scar it had placed permanently on his soul.”

Star Trek: Crucible — Kirk: The Star to Every Wandering by David R. George III, published in 2006

After James T. Kirk helps Captain Picard defeat Soran on Veridian III he returns to the Nexus, where Guinan shows him something shocking. The destruction of the Enteprise-D and the planet, caused by a converging temporal loop — caused by Kirk himself. He must come up with a plan to set things right without ruining the timeline.

It’s a time travel adventure. In addition to Scotty and Chekov, Antonia Salvatori and Edith Keeler are featured.

It’s thrilling.

This is the 2nd time I’ve read it.

I previously reviewed George’s Star Trek: Crucible — Spock: The Fire and the Rose.

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