- Title: Future Imperfect
- Author: L.A. Graf
- ISBN: 9780671036362
- Page: 143
- Format: Paperback
Capt James T Kirk s historic voyages have seldom been recorded fro, the vantage point of those who served below deck on the Starship Enterprise NCC 1701 This new trilogy reveals the courage and dedication of the men and women who constitute Kirk s crew, as well as the unearthly dangers faced by any who dare to explore the final frontier THE JANUS GATE book two of thCapt James T Kirk s historic voyages have seldom been recorded fro, the vantage point of those who served below deck on the Starship Enterprise NCC 1701 This new trilogy reveals the courage and dedication of the men and women who constitute Kirk s crew, as well as the unearthly dangers faced by any who dare to explore the final frontier THE JANUS GATE book two of threeFUTURE IMPERFECT On a desperate rescue mission to recover their missing captain, the shuttle Copernicus and its crew have become lost in time and space, transported by a powerful subspace vortex to a hellish future time line where the brutal Gorn Hegemony has all but conquered the United Federation of Planets Stranded on a transformed Federation colony, now a Gorn mining world worked by oppressed human slaves, Helmsman Hikaru Sulu meets an older version of a man he barely knows, Pavel Chekov, who now leads a ragtag band of freedom fighters against the Gorns Teamed together for the first time, Sulu and Chekov must struggle to survive in a future that should never have happened
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“Future Imperfect” by L.A. Graf is the second book in “The Janus Gate” trilogy, a series of novels set during the Star Trek Original Series. The novel picks up from the cliff-hanger ending of the previous book with Lieutenant Sulu finding himself swapped in time with an older version of himself from a future where the Federation is at war with the Gorn. Meanwhile, Captain Kirk has been sent back in time to a critical point in his life with his teenage self now stranded in the present day [...]
I want to start off by saying the back of the book was wrong again, but not quite as wrong as the back of book 1. This time the cover was very misleading, too. The first cover was just Kirk with a phaser or something, so it wasn't really specific to the story, but was okay. This one, however, is Scotty and Spock (who is in that ridiculous astronaut uniform) looking (I think) at transporter controlsScotty wasn't even IN this book. He was mentioned, and actually we did hear his voice over Uhura's [...]
This was a great follow-up to book 1. The action heightens as the mysteries are solved. I can't wait to read the conclusion.Even though these books aren't canon, I'm a bit sad the end will have to result in some sort of reset. Far too much of the future has been revealed for anything else to make sense.
A different point of view on timetravel, refreshing, possible but (obviously) not proven. Science, drama, mystery and a lot of tension, excitement, action with a touch of romance and humor. All the best Star Trek ingredients for another great adventure. Second in the trilogy but a semi-independant story s all 3 parts are.
FASCINATING!!!I love time travel and alternate realities! This book (series) is a great read! This has to be among the top rated Star Trek stories. Great cliffhanger! I can't wait to read book 3.
Star Trek is best when they quit messing with time travel and alternate universes. Still a fun read.
You would think a story featuring time travel and the Gorn conquering the Federation would be exciting. But this story gets confusing and bogged down in technobabble. So you'd be wrong.
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