Trek To Madworld The U S S Enterprise is ordered to proceed at maximum warp to Epsilon Delta where colonists are slowly dying of radiation poisoning At the same time the Romulans and the Klingons have a chance

  • Title: Trek To Madworld
  • Author: Stephen Goldin
  • ISBN: 9781852865306
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • The U.S.S Enterprise is ordered to proceed at maximum warp to Epsilon Delta 4, where 700 colonists are slowly dying of radiation poisoning At the same time, the Romulans and the Klingons have a chance to obtain an unstoppable weapon Torn between preventing the Romulans and Klingons from upsetting the galactic balance of power forever, and saving the 700 colonists, CapThe U.S.S Enterprise is ordered to proceed at maximum warp to Epsilon Delta 4, where 700 colonists are slowly dying of radiation poisoning At the same time, the Romulans and the Klingons have a chance to obtain an unstoppable weapon Torn between preventing the Romulans and Klingons from upsetting the galactic balance of power forever, and saving the 700 colonists, Captain Kirk faces the most difficult decision of his career.

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    One thought on “Trek To Madworld”

    1. Very good. It read like a lost episode (which all my favorite S.T. do). Everyone stayed within character. A solid effort. 3.5 stars.

    2. Mr. Mxyzptlk gives our crew a tour of Wonka's Choclate Factory, now with added sexual recreation. (Off-screen)It's silly, it's funny, it's fun. What more can I ask? I appreciate Enowil being written as a quirky Organian rather than someone from a new race. I almost always like it when the existing toys in the sandbox are picked up and played with in a new way. (Unless, capriciously, I feel like it's a rip-off and a disservice to the original author, which I didn't here.)Despite the oddity of the [...]

    3. These early STAR TREK ADVENTURES novels are not just bad, they're generally bad in some very surprising and unique ways. I can't begin to fathom what Bantam was thinking in assembling this series, and each volume is like a punch to the stomach of the original TV show.Although intermittently entertaining, TREK TO MADWORLD is no exception. We begin with Kirk practically throwing himself at a 20-year-old female passenger, reminiscing on his soccer prowess, and taking unnecessary navigational risks. [...]

    4. A very quick read from the original Trek novel series, Trek to Madworld reads a lot like an episode of the original series - though it would've gone way over budget on special effects. Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise have to save nearly 700 colonists who are slowly dying of radiation poisoning, but are sidetracked by Enoliw, a near-omnipotent being who wants their help (along with the crews of a Klingon and Romulan ship) in solving a problem. The book's fairly well written and the main chara [...]

    5. I think this may be my favorite of these very early Star Trek novels. It was a lot of fun to read and it wasn't full of groan-worthy moments like a lot of its contemporaries.

    6. Fun book. Very light hearted. And descriptive enough to make me think I was watching an episode of the original series instead of reading a novel.

    7. This book read like a lost episode of the original series. Decently written, kind of fun, a bit goofy, and rather predictable. Not amazing stuff, but an enjoyable read in a nostalgic sort of way.

    8. The most decorated of all Federation explorers has died on the Enterprise. Kostas Spyroukis and his daughter are on the way back to Epsilon Delta 4 to make it their home, but upon his death it is discovered that a slow acting radiation is killing the planets inhabitants. While rushing to the planet to begin evacuation the SS Enterprise is hi-jacked by Enowil, a self exiled Organian. Enowil has created his own world inside a galactic bubble to which he has brought a Romulan, Kligon and Federation [...]

    9. This was a strange but mostly entertaining story. The rogue Organian had more of a Q/Trelaine vibe than the Organians we saw in "Errand Of Mercy", but making him an Organian was one of the many ways the author tried to tie this book in with the TV shows. Every now and then, he would touch other moments from the original series, and came close to touching upon it too much, as if he was anxious to make the reader feel like this could have been an actual TV episode. Simultaneously, the planet creat [...]

    10. [These notes were made in 1982:]. This Star Trek novel is mainstream - so mainstream it could have been an episode in the series. In fact, I wonder if that's how it started out. I have no objections - the young man is clearly knowledgeable about the series, makes no errors of background information, and does not mischaracterize anyone. And that, I suppose, is why the book got published. But, just as the first ST movie was a rehash of an old episode, so this novel, too, bears a striking resemblan [...]

    11. I don't really like stories with super powered beings and this one fits that mold. It started off well but once the superbeing was introduced I lost my interest in it. After that it's hard to play a story for anything more than some laughs. I also thought one particular scene with a young woman who suddenly decides to ally with the Klingon's was wayyy out of character. I think that bothered me more than the superbeing.

    12. Trek to Madworld, as has been said before, reads like an episode of the Original Series.A crazy Organian wants the crew of the Enterprise as well as Romulan and Klingon crews to tell him what is world is missing. While it was reasonably entertaining, the fact that (view spoiler)[a Romulan officer would fall in love (I think) with a Federation citizen after a couple of hours or even half a day, seems a little odd to me. (hide spoiler)]3.5 stars

    13. This book is beautifully written and flows from aspect to aspect and character to character smoothly. The differences in philosophy between the Romulans, Klingons, and Humans was intriguing. The idea of a mad Organian was a brilliant idea and his world unique in a way that is hard to explain but once read remains in the mind.

    14. One of my favorite Star Trek books!! I first read this a loooooong time ago. I saw it in a used bookstore, and I just had to have it!

    15. Kinda Wonka's Choclate Factory type novel, pretty good for light reading, predictable most of the time. Doesn't make you to hold your breath

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