The Wounded Sky (Google eBook)

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 22, 2000 - Fiction
19 Reviews
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 becomes meaningless.
Now Captain Kirk and his friends face their greatest challenge -- to repair the fabric of the Universe before time is lost forever!
  

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Review: The Wounded Sky (Star Trek: The Original Series #13)

User Review  - Justė Latauskienė - Goodreads

Well, this is definitely science fiction. Half of the book (the technical babbles) could be taken out and the plot wouldn't be damaged at all xD Read full review

Review: The Wounded Sky (Star Trek: The Original Series #13)

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

The Enterprise has been chosen to test out an exciting new form of propulsion that will take them outside the galaxy in an eye blink. The inventor, an amiable arachnid named K't'lk who is soon on a ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
20
Section 3
42
Section 4
52
Section 5
74
Section 6
88
Section 7
109
Section 8
132
Section 9
157
Section 10
172
Section 11
186
Section 12
204
Section 13
218
Section 14
229
Section 15
248
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Author Diane Duane was born in New York City on May 18, 1952, and grew up in Roosevelt, Long Island. She is an American science fiction and fantasy author. Duane studied nursing in college and became a psychiatric nurse. She began writing full time in 1980 and has published numerous novels, including several with her husband, Peter Morwood. She also writes screenplays, served as senior writer for the BBC-TV education series "Science Challenge," and writes scripts for CD-ROM computer games. Her "Young Wizards" series won a special commendation in the Anne Spencer Lindbergh Prize in Children's Literature, 2003. She currently lives in County Wicklow, Ireland.

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