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  1. says:

    Space The Final Frontier I am aware that this is a quite longer review than usual, but since it s an anthology, I thought that it was the only fair way to express my thoughts on each story collected on the book. A FASCINATING PROJECT This is the first novelization published featuring episodes from Star Trek The Original Series Oddly enough, the novelization didn t published the episode


  2. says:

    Though these are shortened versions of the episodes, they still made for entertaining reading.


  3. says:

    Well, that s it I ve now read every book Blish published.Really not much different from the other ten volumes of adaptations Blish did don t ask how I ended up reading the first one last I don t know myself except for the lack of a foreword It was the release of this volume that created a deluge of fan mail that Blish would address in his forewords to subsequent volumes.As usual the quality varies with the


  4. says:

    This anthology of several early Star Trek episodes, like many anthologies, is a hit and a miss Some of the stories really captured the feel of the story and the characters, while others really missed that mark.


  5. says:

    This first book in the series simply named Star Trek adapts Charlie X under the episode s earlier working title of Charlie s Law , Dagger of the Mind , The Unreal McCoy which was the working and IMO better title for a.k.a The Man Trap , Balance of Terror , The Naked Time , Miri , and The Conscience of the King This book, clocking in at 140ish pages, doesn t much page count to the seven episodes it covers The story


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    Charlie s Law alternate title Charlie X , James Blish, D C Fontana Teleplay Author , Gene Roddenberry Story Author Dagger of the Mind , James Blish Shimon Wincelberg as by S Bar David Teleplay Author The Unreal McCoy alternate title The Man Trap , James Blish George Clayton Johnson Teleplay Author Balance of Terror , James Blish Paul Schneider Teleplay Author The Naked Time , James Blish John D F Black Teleplay Author


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    We ve been rewatching the original series of Star Trek lately, the remastered dvds in fact And I thought this would be the perfect time to start reading the original Star Trek episode novelisations, which I ve never read before.This book contained 7 episode novelisations Charlie s Law, Dagger of the Mind, The Unreal McCoy, Balance of Terror, The Naked Time, Miri, The Conscience of the King All of them reworked from the ori


  8. says:

    Short story adaptions from TOS first season I had seen all these episodes a million times, so I was interested in how Blish would execute a short story adaption from the original scripts I was impressed by Blish s ability to capture the zeitgeist of a familiar TOS episode yet make it distinct from how it w...


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    I don t know if rereading books from one s youth counts as a second childhood, but I m having one right now revisiting a lot of old favorites, including the James Blish Star Trek novelizations, although Short Storyizations would be closer to the truth Each Original Series episode is compacted down to short story length, and something gets lost in translation The stories are close to the episodes, but don t match ...


  10. says:

    These stories are based on the tv series, though sometimes have been changed a bit They are a fast read, not delving into much detail Actually, I almost think some of the stories are better read as stories than a ST episode.Enjoyable and I am ready to start the next one


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About the Author: James Blish

William Atheling Jr.In the late 1930 s to the early 1940 s, Blish was a member of the Futurians.Blish trained as a biologist at Rutgers and Columbia University, and spent 1942 1944 as a medical technician in the U.S Army After the war he became the science editor for the Pfizer pharmaceutical company His first published story appeared in 1940, and his writing career progressed until he gave up his job to become a professional writer.He is credited with coining the term gas giant, in the story Solar Plexus as it appeared in the anthology Beyond Human Ken, edited by Judith Merril The story was originally published in 1941, but that version did not contain the term Blish apparently added it in a rewrite done for the anthology, which was first published in 1952 Blish was married to the literary agent Virginia Kidd from 1947 to 1963.From 1962 to 1968, he worked for the Tobacco Institute.Between 1967 and his death from lung cancer in 1975, Blish became the first author to write short story collections based upon the classic TV series Star Trek In total, Blish wrote 11 volumes of short stories adapted from episodes of the 1960s TV series, as well as an original novel, Spock Must Die in 1970 the first original novel for adult readers based upon the series since then hundreds have been published He died midway through writing Star Trek 12 his wife,