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FREE READ Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52 DOWNLOAD Á Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52 FREE DOWNLOAD ï PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO º Dana Kramer-Rolls A dispute over a planet and its primitive people leads Captain Kirk and a Klingon Commander to pit their ships against each other in battle But the fight is stopped by a mysterious and powerful alien being named Weyland who. HOME IS THE HUNTER isn t anything to write home about but it s surprisingly fun considering that the only other book available from this author revolves around life lessons learned from catsHOME IS THE HUNTER is set right after the events of STAR TREK THE MOTION PICTURE but it feels like an episode from the original show It is entertaining cheesy as hell and ultimately pretty forgettable What saves this book from total obscurity is the time travel element which is well researched and perhaps the only part of the story that feels original Time travel itself has been WAY overused in the STAR TREK universe but it hasn t to my limited knowledge been done in uite this way before We see Sulu act as a samurai in feudal Japan interesting Scotty as a military adviser to Bonny Prince Charlie sort of interesting and Chekov as a Russian pilot during WW2 not so interesting Ultimately though none of this time travel stuff has anything to do with the overall plot which is about Kirk trying to stop a god like being from destroying the Enterprise If you are someone fascinated by these particular moments in history you will likely enjoy the time travel aspect for its own sake If however history is not your bag you will be bored out of your mind waiting to get back to the sci fi bits that actually matterI think Ms Kramer Rolls would have been wise to drop one of the book s main story threads preferably Chekov s WW2 adventures Four separate timelines is simply too much especially when three of the four have no impact on how the plot gets resolved And all the jumping around from timeline to timeline becomes very disorienting especially if you put the book down for any extended period of timeSomewhat predictably the author overreaches in trying to give weight to what Sulu Scotty and Chekov are experiencing in the past For no good reason she gives Sulu a meaningful romance with a Japanese concubine this was before Hollywood turned Sulu gay while Chekov has a superfluous encounter with Captain Kirk s ancestor The way language is used here doesn t make sense At one point Sulu comments that he wishes to learn Japanese Yet when he goes back in time he speaks it perfectly I assume that is due to the Universal Translator but why would the UT be sent back with him and not his clothes or other personal gear Later Sulu is able to write using Japanese characters something I don t think is covered by the UT And at the end of the book Sulu finally starts to study Japanese leaving me to wonder What s the point Why bother learning a language when you ve got the UT And why disable the UT so you can converse in halting Japanese rather than conversing fluently In similar fashion Chekov s story line contains conversations among Russians Germans and an American but it is seldom indicated what language they are using and how they can all understand each otherAll in all HOME IS THE HUNTER is a fun adventure story for people who like history but not so fun for people who like smart 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Japanese characters something I don t think is covered by the UT And at the end of the book Sulu finally starts to study Japanese leaving me to wonder What s the point Why bother learning a language when you ve got the UT And why disable the UT so you can converse in تاریخ اسلام(جلد ا) halting Japanese rather than conversing fluently In similar fashion Chekov s story line contains conversations among Russians Germans and an American but it is seldom indicated what language they are using and عملیات کی پراسرار دنیا how they can all understand each otherAll in all HOME IS THE HUNTER is a fun adventure story for people who like คุณชายพุฒิภัทร สุภาพบุรุษจุฑาเทพ #3 history but not so fun for people who like smart logical stream lined storytelling

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FREE READ Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52 DOWNLOAD Á Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52 FREE DOWNLOAD ï PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO º Dana Kramer-Rolls Hekov in WWII Russia Now the three time travelers must face overwhelming dangers as they are pulled by conflicting forces their allegiance to their homelands their duty to the Federation they serve and the demands of histor. A dispute with a Klingon landing party on an exploratory mission leads to the death of Lt Garrovick and a native boy As a punishment the planet s God like ruler strands both the IKS Gargh and the USS Enterprise in a decaying orbit He also strands Cmdr Scott Lt Cmdr Sulu and Lt Chekov in Earth s past with seemingly no way to returnA strange adventure novel and although Kramer Rolls keeps a tight hand on the various plots the novel suffers because there is simply too much going on

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FREE READ Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52 DOWNLOAD Á Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52 FREE DOWNLOAD ï PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO º Dana Kramer-Rolls Decides to punish three EnterpriseTM crewmembers with their own history He places Sulu in feudal Japan during the period's most important and bloody power struggle Scotty in 18th century Scotland on the eve of revolt and C. After offending a possible god like being by unintentionally contributing to the death of one of his subjects one member of Kirk s away team is killed and the other three are transported back in time Sulu is in Japan of 1600 Scotty is in Scotland of 1746 and Chekov is in Stalingrad of 1942 Adding to Kirk s troubles is a Klingon ship wanting to destroy the Enterprise This took a while for me to get into because of the four different story threads Some stories are interesting than others with Chekov s being the best and Scotty s the worst However thankfully at about the book s halfway point all three tales in the past become better though Chekov s is still the best Kirk takes a long time pondering what to do next before the Klingons put two ways out of his predicament in his lap The Klingons in this book were great I would love to see of these particular characters appear in other books This was another okay read because some of the stories were entertaining than the others and the antagonist s backstory is left unresolved in an unsatisfactory way


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    FREE READ Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52 Dana Kramer-Rolls º 1 DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD ï PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO º Dana Kramer-Rolls HOME IS THE HUNTER isn't anything to write home about but it's surprisingly fun considering that the only other book available from this author revolves around life lessons learned from catsHOME IS THE HUNTER is set right after the events of S

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    Dana Kramer-Rolls º 1 DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD ï PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO º Dana Kramer-Rolls E–pub/E–book [Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52] ô Dana Kramer–Rolls Kirk and the Enterprise are once again engaged in a dispute with the Klingons over a planet where the people have a primitive culture Like the original series episode “Errand of Mercy” things are not as they

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    Dana Kramer-Rolls º 1 DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD ï PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO º Dana Kramer-Rolls FREE READ Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52 The Klingon Empire and UFP come into open conflict upon a planet controlled by a being called Weyland who has been missing for a while Upon his return he is uite adamant over the disruption of his people and has

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    E–pub/E–book [Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52] ô Dana Kramer–Rolls This book was fun It wasn’t a work of art but it was fun Grammatically tenuous the prose itself was rife with adverbs Point of interest I read somewhere that the author could not get the rights to use the name “Hikaru Sulu” which is why he had Sulu use another name throughout the bookI’d definitely recommend this book for a uick fun read

  5. says: E–pub/E–book [Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52] ô Dana Kramer–Rolls

    E–pub/E–book [Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52] ô Dana Kramer–Rolls After offending a possible god like being by unintentionally contributing to the death of one of his subjects one member of Kirk's a

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    E–pub/E–book [Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52] ô Dana Kramer–Rolls Home is the Hunter has been one of the most intriguing novels in the TOS family that I've come across The characterization makes it so

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    E–pub/E–book [Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52] ô Dana Kramer–Rolls A dispute with a Klingon landing party on an exploratory mission leads to the death of Lt Garrovick and a native boy As a punishment the planet's God like ruler strands both the 'IKS Gargh' and the 'USS Enterprise' in a decaying orbit He also strands Cmdr Scott Lt Cmdr Sulu and Lt Chekov in Earth's past with seemingly no way to returnA strange adventure novel and although Kramer Rolls keeps a tight hand on the various

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    E–pub/E–book [Home is the Hunter Star Trek No 52] ô Dana Kramer–Rolls Can't decide if you want to read historical fiction or a Star Trek TOS novel? This book combines both It is short and sweet and finally off my bookshelf

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