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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (Star Trek: The Original Series) di [Dillard, J.M.]
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On the planet Nimbus III, a harsh world deep in the neutral zone, the three major powers -- Federation, Klingon, and Romulan -- attempt a revolutionary cooperative program, jointly developing the planet as an experiment in peace. But that makes Nimbus III an irresistible target for terrorists, who seize control of the planet, and the Enterprise is sent on a daring mission of rescue. And soon Kirk and his crew find themselves on a much more dangerous and disturbing journey, to the center of the galaxy and the forbidden secrets it holds.

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
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  • Editore: Pocket Books/Star Trek (7 ottobre 2002)
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  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00321OR3U
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5.0 su 5 stelle The Final Frontier as it was meant to be 23 giugno 2016
Di Robert Carver - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier has been a favorite Shatner vanity project for fans to heap criticism upon ever since its release in 1989. I saw the film in the theater and I admit, I was pretty underwhelmed. I've watched it again 3 or 4 times since then and there are some fine moments and great lines but overall, it just didn't feel like it was a completed or well-thought out story. I have read about the myriad of issues Shatner and his team faced in filming the movie and getting the VFX done. I recently saw a comment by a fan about how much better the book was than the movie. I took the chance and ordered the book to see if this was true. It was a wonderful experience revisiting this story as J M Dillard's narrative included so much of what was left out of the film. We find out about Sybok's childhood and call to be a messiah, why the Enterprise-A is so run down, how our heroes are feeling and what they are thinking, what transpired on Nimbus III, how Sybok reached each character and why Kirk was so adamant in refusing his offer to share his pain, how they safely crossed the galactic barrier, what Scotty was thinking when he hit his head, the background and politics of Klaa and his fellow Klingons, and so on. I would love to see Star Trek V the movie as written in this novelization because it just makes so much more sense and brings a depth that was missing from the film. I regret not reading this book back in 1989 but better late than never. Now I can rewatch STV and understand what was actually meant to be happening in the narrative.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Trying not to copy others, but they're right 3 giugno 2003
Di Jon M. Wilson - Pubblicato su
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Yeah, so what they said. The movie was a bomb, and the book tells the story the way it should have been.
Trek books are a tricky thing. Novelizations are a tricky thing. This particular Trek novelization does everything it should, and more. The only problem is that an artist is only as her subject matter, and Find God in the Center of the Galaxy still remains a hokey premise.
But let's focus on the good things. Every major Trek player gets a focus in this novel, including Sulu, who had a big part in all of McIntyre's novelizations. I was glad to see Dillard continue his story in the same vein. We get to see his and Scotty's "secret pain", as well as several other characters in the movie who got left out.
All the characters have depth -- the three delegates, the Klingons, Sybok himself, even the funky-toothed guy drilling holes in the opening shot. Every one is three-dimensional. Example: Klaa (Klingon captain) is no longer a chip-shouldered upstart with delusions of grandeur. He's a Klingon worthy of Klingons, and his motives in pursuing Kirk are revealed as devious and calculating, rather than dumb and bumbling as they appeared in the film.
This novel ties the movie into the others. Star Trek II-V form one continuous tale, without a whole lot of break in between. Yet they still make very little reference one to another. In this novel, we see a Kirk who was re-rejected by a dear love only months before, who lost his son very recently, and who is still coping with Spock's death and resurrection.
I have nothing but praise for the work of J.M. Dillard thus far. And this is no exception. If you, like me, consider Star Trek V the red-headed stepchild of the Star Trek series (no offense to all you red-headed stepchildren), then please read this novelization. Give it a shot. You'll like it. Or I'll buy you a Twinkie. (not really though)
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4.0 su 5 stelle Given the source material (movie): I am truly impressed ... 29 agosto 2015
Di Jerry Love - Pubblicato su
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Given the source material (movie): I am truly impressed with what this author pulled off.

That said: This book will never be up on my "best of SciFi" list. It's reasonably well constructed, and very well written, but not as interesting nor as immersive as the greats.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Great reading by nimoy and Takei 21 febbraio 2016
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Great reading by nimoy and Takei. Worth it.
5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 19 giugno 2017
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