Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by JD, Feb 17, 2012.
Fire on High?
(pretty sure it's an early one)
Not Fire on High but you guys are definatly close
The Quiet Place
Here's a clue:
Peter David took half the time to tell this story than he usually does.
"Death after Life"?
This might give it away, here is another clue:
The blurb on the cover reads:
Captain Calhoun must face his own dark past!
^Well, that rules out my guess. The "half the time" clue made me think it was the NF short novel in Mirror Universe: Obsidian Alliances, but Calhoun isn't a captain there and it doesn't have a specific one-line blurb on the cover.
You have the right line of thinking there with the length of the book
Then you lost me. That's the only NF work I can think of at that length (there were the original four really short ones, but those were even shorter).
Its one of those 4 lol. (I remember they were short but its been years I guess I was thinking they were at least half lenght)
Since there were four of them, I figure they were more like quarter-length. If even that, considering that full-length Trek novels back then were generally shorter than they are now.
At this point Im going to say you got it, so why dont you go ahead and throw the next quote up Christopher
(and it was #4: End Game)
"You come from farming stock? I'm impressed- I didn't think you had that much honor in you."
Actually it was Christopher's turn to post a quote.
He had shown no interest in posting one.
I'm willing to cede the floor; not only am I very busy right now, but I don't think I really deserve credit for guessing the quote.
I'm going to guess Day of Honor: Treaty's Law.
Novelization of Enterprise's "Broken Bow"? I haven't read it, just throwing it out there.
Nah. It's one of the IKS Gorkon books, but I'm not sure which one.
So if no one has guessed it yet, how about a clue?
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