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Assignment: Eternity a novel by Greg Cox

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Gary Seven Returns in a Star Trek Tale

Captain Kirk first encountered Gary Seven on twentieth-century Earth. Now Seven, a time-traveling operative for unknown alien forces, makes a surprise visit to the U.S.S. Enterprise. Kirk is on an urgent mission to bering relief to a disaster ravaged … see full wiki

Author: Greg Cox
Genre: Science Fiction, Star Trek
Publisher: Star Trek
Date Published: January 1998
1 review about Assignment: Eternity a novel by Greg Cox

Finally the Return of Gary Seven!

  • May 16, 2009
Gary Seven was the one spin-off that for whatever reason never took place.(remember Spock mentioning that Gary was in for many exciting adventures ahead per history). He was an interesting combination of Napoleon Solo/James Bond. He is brought back brilliantly in this novel which marvelously captures the feel of the original series. I hope the author tries his hand at more Mr. Seven stories!

For whatever reason, Kirk doesn't seem to trust Gary Seven. I found this surprising since Kirk already knew what Seven's life was about.

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May 29, 2010
Yeah, this was a great character. My understanding was that this was to be another TV show but never got off the ground. This actor was great in the film, The 4D Man!
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