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For the ninth movie in the Star Trek franchise, please see Star Trek: Insurrection.

Star Trek 9 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 August 1973.

Summary Edit

From the book jacket
Explore the outer reaches with the Enterprise and her crew as they exchange bodies with an alien intelligence; engage in deadly war games; pursue a vaporous creature to a desolate planet; and probe a fearsome zone of darkness that threatens to destroy them all.

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Contents Edit

Blish talks about the first Star Trek convention and thanks his typist.
"Return to Tomorrow"
A 31 page adaptation of "Return to Tomorrow".
"The Ultimate Computer"
A 35 page adaptation of "The Ultimate Computer".
"That Which Survives"
A 29 page adaptation of "That Which Survives".
A 29 page adaptation of "Obsession".
"The Return of the Archons"
A 33 page adaptation of "The Return of the Archons".
"The Immunity Syndrome"
A 26 page adaptation of "The Immunity Syndrome".

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