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For the sixth movie in the Star Trek franchise, please see Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

Star Trek 6 is a collection of short story adaptations of six Star Trek: The Original Series episodes, written by James Blish. Published by Bantam Books, it was first released in April 1972.

Summary Edit

From the book jacket
Kirk, Spock, Bones and the others of the Enterprise find a deadly Eden, discover elemental life forces and planetary death wishes, and even meet Abraham Lincoln and Genghis Khan, as they speed through space on new assignments into the unknown.

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Contents Edit

Blish talks about a letter he received from an actual Captain Kirk.
"The Savage Curtain"
A 25-page adaptation of "The Savage Curtain".
"The Lights of Zetar"
A 23-page adaptation of "The Lights of Zetar".
"The Apple"
A 20-page adaptation of "The Apple".
"By Any Other Name"
A 25-page adaptation of "By Any Other Name".
"The Cloud Miners"
A 25-page adaptation of "The Cloud Minders".
"The Mark of Gideon"
A 31-page adaptation of "The Mark of Gideon".

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