Star Trek: The Entropy Effect (Adapted)

  • by Vonda N. McIntyre
  • Narrated by Leonard Nimoy, George Takei
  • 1 hrs and 35 mins
  • Original recording Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A restless, passionate Enterprise crew is called to Aleph Prime, where a demented physicist and murderer, Georges Mordreaux, must be transported to Rehabilitation Colony Seven. Incredibly, despite heavy security, Mordreaux breaks loose on board - and fatally guns down Captain Kirk! Suddenly the Enterprise is fighting for its life, while Spock realizes that Mordreaux is only part of a far more dangerous phenomenon. Mordreaux's past experiments have created alternate realities in the present, and known existence is beginning to unravel. Now Spock must count on Mordreaux himself to help undo what has already been done - and to bring Kirk back from the dead.For more Trek titles, browse our special Star Trek section!

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No Kirk… Time travel… George is hard to listen to

The entropy affect was a decent story, but I had a few small complaints. This book was recommended highly to me from several Star Trek websites. No none of them gave the fact that one of our favorite characters, Captain James Kirk, was barely seen in this story. As with any story dealing with time travel there are several gaping plot holes. Finally George tries to make voices for some of the new characters, and often is hard to understand. I'm not crazy about books with sound effects and music, both of which this book contained, but neither was that bad in this title.
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- L. Leblanc

Good story horrible listen

I'd originally read this story 30 years ago in paperback. I was looking forward to enjoying that story again however the engineering / balance of sound effects and music versus voice makes doing so almost impossible. The voices were overpowered especially when George Takei dropped into his lower register where he can hardly be heard. Granted I was listening to this on a road trip but I should've been able to do that.

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- James K. Flippen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-25-2000
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio