As the narrative leaps forward many years, and Ambassador Spock is forced to travel incognito to Romulus to prevent catastrophe from descending on the entire quadrant, he has two pursuers: Saavik and Picard. After Narviat speaks before the Romulan people - accepting their request that he replace Dralath as Praetor - Ruanek stops Narviat from killing Dralath, only to watch as the fallen praetor is transported away. Ambassador Spock and his former protégé, Commander Saavik are finally bonded in marriage. Ruanek assures Spock that he remains trustworthy and supports efforts to replace Dralath — as long as Spock assures him that no harm will come to the Emperor. McCoy visits their destroyed honeymoon suite the next day. This was really minor, as it only happened in one sequence, but it was there.
Romulus is a highly illegal place for Spock to be, and Captain Uhuru, head of Star Fleet's security agency, sends Saavik undercover to Romulus to aid her beloved and to bring him quietly back to Federation Space. Then, after Ruanek and his team kidnapped McCoy and he managed to keep almost level in one of McCoy's games of insults, Jo and I realized we had something here: one of the sorts of secondary characters to whom people become attached. Josepha: We alternate chapters, and then edit each other's work. Susan: We needed a spear-carrier on Obsidian to whom Avrak could give orders, a minor officer in charge of other Romulans. Then he took on a life of his own. Kirk agrees to help the tyrannical Emperor Tiberius destroy Captain Jean-Luc Picard's U.
Great detail into the Romulan races, continuing the story of the Romulan Commander from the 'Enterprise Incident', and tying up a loose end from 'Yesterday' Enterprise. It is illogical to never think of Romulan soldiers as having families. This betrothal-style rite is attended by Spock's father--along with an unconfident young Starfleet lieutenant. Don't worry, you will, after reading Vulcan's Heart. I'll be disappointed if it's not. I'm sure this discrepancy will be explained, and I can't wait to see how everything pans out.
Now a diplomat for the United Federation of Planets, Spock agrees to a bonding with Saavik. My vote is Kirstie Alley. To those who decry the relationship as inappropriate may I point out the fact that during the time Saavik was growing up Spock was not acting as a parent per se, but more as a mentor. Pon Farr would only bring them out more overtly. Spock finally bonds with his adopted Vulcan love, Saavik. Hopefully we will be seeing a whole lot more novels by this writing team. It exults in preposterous situations involving fan favorite characters for purely indulgent reasons.
Unfortunately this is abridged but still worth it! It fills in yet another gap in Star Trek history, and shows us how Spock became convinced that reunification was possible. It's probably the most satirical book I've ever written, and it's even kind of funny — a book that's a love story, a detective story, a techno-thriller and a satire all rolled up into one. Acting as a diplomat for the United Federation of Planets, Spock reluctantly undertakes a bonding with Commander Saavik. It is illogical to worry. It is really hard for me to shrug things off. He dreams of an alternate reality where he somehow changed the course of history, and destroyed the Federation before it began. All of the Alpha Quadrant races the Romulans, Klingons, Federation, and others are tired and depleted after the previous war and thus ripe for the picking.
Chekov is a grown-up version of the young ensign he was in the Original Series. Each book stands on its own quite nicely. When you think about it aiding Spock with his Pon Far on the Genesis world must have been horribly awkward for her, but she did it, to save him. I'm thrilled to have the opportunity. This book got me pretty hardcore into Star Trek books.
Lietenant Jean-Luc Picard of Starfleet, twenty-four Earth years old and, for all his Starfleet experience, feeling painfully aware of his youth amid this distinguished gathering, tugged surreptitiously at the hem of his dress uniform's tunic, trying to get the cursed thing to lie properly - and trying at the same time not to sweat. But face it, he's half-human; she's half-Romulan. Exodus is a divided book. The sound effects and music typical of previous Star Trek audiobooks is also present, effectively used to establish setting and tone. I'd be interested in knowing. I always found the Romulans more fascinating than the Klingons, they were so devious, the Klingons are just brutes.
Enmeshed in the treacherous political intrigues of the Romulan capital, undone by a fire that grows ever hotter within his blood, Spock must use all of his logic and experience to survive a crisis that will ultimately determine the fate of empires Highly entertaining fabulous narration Tim Russ Voyager's Tuvok does an incredible job brings the story to a new level. As Charvanek and Spock plan to attend a session of the , she proposes a replacement for the Praetor — her cousin. Spock to make his return long before the end of this book, considering he spends most of it fighting the effects of Pon farr. In their rescue of Charvanek, the two join forces with her former first officer, , and free her from a motorcade transporting her. He may have had a form of autism. Truthfully, I didn't Well, it's a Star Trek book through and through.
Captain Spock has left Starfleet to become Ambassador Spock and has been bonded in a Vulcan engagement ceremony to his former protege, the beautiful Commander Saavik. After their sucessful collaboration on Vulcan's Forge, Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz have a new novel, Vulcan's Heart which is a sweeping tale that impacts the whole Star Trek Universe and one of its most central characters, Spock. Later on Spock goes undercover to Romulus because a woman he had earlier betrayed, Charvanek, claims that Romulus' praetor, is planning an attack on a Klingon base of women and children. I'd throw this book into the series of hardcovers about Vulcans and Spock, including ,. As events converge at Narendra, the Honor Blade and Enterprise attack the Romulan fleet led by , but Volskiar's assault on the outpost continues.