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Being very familiar with this book as I have it in my paperback library I have to say that I would have enjoyed the audio version much more if the annoying sound effects in the recording were eliminated. At times they actually drown out the narration of James Doohan and Lenoard Nimoy.
very well read
father and son working together
they make the reading so vivid that you feel like you can actually see what transpires.
yes it was
Spock, Kirk & McCoy travel through time to once again save the universe. This book is a great follow up to Yesterday's Son.
If you can't find the time to do it right, how will you find time to do it over
These two companion books, give closure and answer the questions of what happened in that adventure. I recommend these two books for any star trek TOS fan.
A bookworm since a child. Love audible books.
This is a well written book, good sound effects, good narration. Nice to hear the voices of Leonard Nimoy and James Doohan. It really added to the enjoyment of the story.
Star Trek: Yesterday's Son. This book is the prequel to this book. Nice to hear this book first to get some background information
When Zar realized that he was in love with his lady and kissed her.
It made me smile at times. This book is much like other Star Trek stories. Good purchase, but I wished that the book was longer.
This is the second part of the story Yesterday'Son in which Spock discovered he had a son in the past from the time he spent with zarabeth. Spock was using a disc that showed the past of the planet where his son is. That's a teaser you will have to buy the story to hear the rest. Believe me it is worth having.
Zar was my favorite he developed into a responsible man
When he walked through the guardian and discovered he was bonded to his wife.
It made me laugh and cry it is a powerful book.
A must have for any star trek fan.
"Optional sequel "
It wasn't strictly necessary after Tomorrow's Son. But nice to see what had happened to Zar. After listening to many regular audiobooks, I found all the sound effects a bit distracting at first. But eventually I came to like them. It's super short and more of a radio play, than a traditional audiobook. If you have that mentality going in, you should enjoy it.
"not their finest hour"
considering they manage to save theentire universe this time, this is a lacklustre affair that will make little sense to anyone who has not read or heard yesterdays son.
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