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The Captain's Peril

3 Ratings: 2.0
A book by William Shatner

The Dominion War is over. The Federation is at peace. What better time for two legendary starship captains to set aside the demands of duty and simply take some well-deserved time off? But when James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard arrive on Bajor to dive … see full wiki

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Author: William Shatner
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher: Star Trek
3 reviews about The Captain's Peril
review by . August 19, 2014
To be perfectly honest, I didn’t expect much going into William Shatner’s CAPTAIN’S PERIL, but it might not be for the obvious reason.  Bill gets a lot of negative press about how (A) his books are vanity projects so they can’t be all that good and (B) he doesn’t even write them (it’s been disclosed that they’re heavily ghostwritten by Judith and Gar Reeves-Stevens).  That’s why most folks don’t give the man all that much credit; still, …
review by . December 08, 2002
There are two concurrent story lines in this book, and they both provide us with additional information about the Star Trek universe. The first is a joint vacation by captains Kirk and Picard on Bajor. Their goal is to join an archeological dig on Bajor, in an attempt to uncover some ancient religious artifacts of deep significance to the Bajoran people. It starts with what must be one of the ultimate of extreme sports, as Kirk and Picard sky dive from orbit. Kirk's equipment fails and Picard manages …
review by . November 05, 2002
Three stars is perhaps being generous. It starts off really interesting with an appearance from one of Deep Space Nine's best characters. Then what? It turns into Kirk and his little buddy Jean-Luc Picard. I found a lot of things to be just plain silly. You have chapter after chapter of Kirk and Picard having philosophical debates. Okay, a went a tad bit over board. Where's all the action and excitment we saw in Ashes of Eden? Where is the interesting plots such as those found in The Return, Spectre …
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