Worf's First Adventure (Google eBook)

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 25, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
11 Reviews
Cadet Worf arrives at Starfleet AcademyTM as the first Klingon to gain entrance since the Federation-Klingon, Peace Treaty. Raised on Earth by human parents, Worf wonders whether he is still a Klingon, the proud member of an honorable warrior race, or is he more human?

Command-level classes fill his schedule, but nothing prepares him for his fellow cadets, among them his human foster brother. Intelligent, ambitious, and confident, the Academy cadets make life difficult for the young warrior. Worf must win over his classmates -- including the always logical Vulcans and the fierce Brikar -- even though they are still trained to think of him as the enemy.

Then a routine trip to a training satellite turns into an unexpected disaster, and Worf must unite the cadets and risk his life before a terrible accident destroys the entire mission.
  

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Review: Worf's First Adventure (Star Trek: Starfleet Kadetten #2)

User Review  - Mario - Goodreads

This review originally appeared on my blog, Shared Universe Reviews. Star Trek: The Next Generation Starfleet Academy is a series of fourteen books that take place at the United Federation of Planet ... Read full review

Review: Worf's First Adventure (Star Trek: Starfleet Kadetten #2)

User Review  - Amelia Defield - Goodreads

Three almost four fights in 118 pages? What is not to like? This is a great little book by I would say the best Star Trek author. The characterization was spot on and I couldn't help but yell at the book at the very end! Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
2
Section 3
11
Section 4
23
Section 5
38
Section 6
49
Section 7
53
Section 8
60
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About the author (2008)

Peter David is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous Star Trek novels, including the incredibly popular New Frontier series. In addition, he has also written dozens of other books, including his acclaimed original novel, Sir Apropos of Nothing, and its sequel, The Woad to Wuin. David is also well known for his comic book work, particularly his award-winning run on The Incredible Hulk. He recently authored the novelizations of both the Spider-Man and Hulk motion pictures. He lives in New York.

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