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View Poll Results: Grade "Unspoken Truth"
Excellent 3 9.09%
Above Average 12 36.36%
Average 14 42.42%
Below Average 3 9.09%
Poor 1 3.03%
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Old May 13 2010, 11:29 PM   #76
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Re: Star Trek: Unspoken Truth - Discussion (Spoilers)

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...and the front cover image is completely unrecognizable as anything but a generic futuristic city.
Unless you're familiar enough with Enterprise to recognize it as a Vulcan skyline.

Still, it wouldn't have hurt to include an image of Saavik. I quite like the one that's on p. 29 of the current issue of Star Trek Magazine, accompanying its piece on The Search for Spock. I don't recall seeing that publicity shot of Saavik/Robin Curtis before. She looks very intense there.
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Old March 29 2013, 12:36 AM   #77
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Re: TOS: Unspoken Truth by M. Wander Bonanno Review Thread (Spoilers!)

Quick question: For the parts of the novel that take place after ST4, how much time passes and does it fit with DC Comics Vol. 2 showing Saavik eventually joining the bridge crew of the Enterprise-A?

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Quick question: For the parts of the novel that take place after ST4, how much time passes and does it fit with DC Comics Vol. 2 showing Saavik eventually joining the bridge crew of the Enterprise-A?
By my estimates, they span about one year following (and including) The Voyage Home. Saavik doesn't join the crew in the comics until after Sulu is promoted to the Excelsior, which occurs 3 years before TUC, making it 2290, several years after TVH. So there's no problem making them fit.
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