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    READ & DOWNLOAD Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 [E–pub/Pdf] Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 BY Della Van Hise Della Van Hise Ó 1 REVIEW These notes were made in 1988 Now why does Ms Van Hise's name sound so gosh darn familiar? I have the feeling that she has written far inflammatory stuff than this mild and rather interesting tale of time travelalternate universe Because of time tampering by the Romulans the crew of the Enterprise find themselves haunted by dreams shades of Strangers From the Sky and then slip into an entirely different univer

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    [E–pub/Pdf] Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 BY Della Van Hise Having barely made a dent in the TOS tie in materials I only started watching the show a little over a year ago I was drawn to read th

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    [E–pub/Pdf] Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 BY Della Van Hise READ & DOWNLOAD Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 there was some bad het nonsense in here that i didn't like very much but overall i liked it a lot

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 [E–pub/Pdf] Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 BY Della Van Hise Della Van Hise Ó 1 REVIEW Not a great book but a lot of fun if you're interested in vintage KS fanfic No spoilersSo to give some context here for a second Kil

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    [E–pub/Pdf] Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 BY Della Van Hise Time travel Not just in the book but I also time traveled reading it I have owned the German translation of this TOS novel for two decades and I clearly remember it being one of my favourites It was interesting re reading it or rather reading it in the original English for the first time as it made it reall

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    [E–pub/Pdf] Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 BY Della Van Hise Killing Time has a lot going for it the choice to use temporal manipulation offers so much to the author but alas also means you have to find a way to reverse everything and in that respect it can be a disaster waiting to happen Events begin small as those on board the Enterprise experience strange dreams which g

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    REVIEW Ù SJMEDIA.CO Ó Della Van Hise Della Van Hise Ó 1 REVIEW [E–pub/Pdf] Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 BY Della Van Hise This book was actually one of the best Star Trek books I have read so far About 20 or so The beginning was kind of corny before the alternate universe takes over but from then on it's a blast There's enough action to keep the story moving with enough character interaction to keep me extremely happyI enjoy a good SpockKirk FRIENDSHIP

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 Della Van Hise Ó 1 REVIEW [E–pub/Pdf] Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 BY Della Van Hise It's very intense in terms of characterization and it does best when it's exploring the Enterprise crew trying to figure out why their new parallel universe is insanely wrong But this is also a book that tends to hammer home its points both large and small with a sledgehammer The KirkSpock relationship is extra intenseand I can see where the original infamous pulped version of this novel was heading Frankly i

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    [E–pub/Pdf] Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 BY Della Van Hise This had been one of my favorites since I'm a big fan of alternate universes but okay this is way overwrought WAY overwrought I enjoy a good drama fest but wow WAY overwrought Did I mention it's overwrought? It's overwrought And why didn't I ever see the glaring homoerotic subtext before? I have lost my innocence

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REVIEW ✓ Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 Sign Kirk must free themselves from both their captors and their own altered selvesbefore the galaxy hurtles toward total destruction. Killing Time has a lot going for it the choice to use temporal manipulation offers so much to the author but alas also means you have to find a way to reverse everything and in that respect it can be a disaster waiting to happen Events begin small as those on board the Enterprise experience strange dreams which get vivid until the dreams become the reality and life aboard Enterprise is the dream Kirk is back as a reluctant Ensign and serving aboard an Alliance starship under the command of Captain Spock When Spock is ordered to prepare for an invasion of Romulan space doubts are raised over the validity of the orders further investigations indicates a subtle but growing in balance in the minds of many of the crew and soon it s clear that the whole galaxies population could be affected On the Romulan side of the border the Praetor is laying down plans to make use of Spock in an effort to change the course of the Empire but failure could mean a galactic war but as the madness spreads the worlds of the galaxy may not be around to suffer these conseuencesKilling Time was an entertaining story I like the call backs to the original series episodes and time manipulation is never boring It was also interesting to see humanity serving aboard Starships belonging to the Vulcan led Alliance and the idea that maybe humans were not that critical in creating a galactic superpower Jerry Richardson and S Parva were also welcome additions to the crew of the EnterpriseShiKahr Bone Crossed hurtles toward total destruction. Killing Time Annie's War has a lot going for it the choice to use temporal manipulation offers so much to the author but alas also means you Wizard for Hire The Dresden Files #1 3 happen Events begin small as those on board the Enterprise experience strange dreams which get vivid until the dreams become the reality and life aboard Enterprise is the dream Kirk is back as a reluctant Ensign and serving aboard an Alliance starship under the command of Captain Spock When Spock is ordered to prepare for an invasion of Romulan space doubts are raised over the validity of the orders further investigations indicates a subtle but growing in balance in the minds of many of the crew and soon it s clear that the whole galaxies population could be affected On the Romulan side of the border the Praetor is laying down plans to make use of Spock in an effort to change the course of the Empire but failure could mean a galactic war but as the madness spreads the worlds of the galaxy may not be around to suffer these conseuencesKilling Time was an entertaining story I like the call backs to the original series episodes and time manipulation is never boring It was also interesting to see Shot on Gold humanity serving aboard Starships belonging to the Vulcan led Alliance and the idea that maybe Mythomorphia: An Extreme Coloring and Search Challenge humans were not that critical in creating a galactic superpower Jerry Richardson and S Parva were also welcome additions to the crew of the EnterpriseShiKahr

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REVIEW ✓ Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 Second History a Romulan time tampering project that has transported the Enterprise and the galaxy into an alternate dimension of rea. These notes were made in 1988 Now why does Ms Van Hise s name sound so gosh darn familiar I have the feeling that she has written far inflammatory stuff than this mild and rather interesting tale of time travelalternate universe Because of time tampering by the Romulans the crew of the Enterprise find themselves haunted by dreams shades of Strangers From the Sky and then slip into an entirely different universe where Spock commands the ship and Kirk is a lowly and embittered ensign Introduction of the first KS element Kirk out of power under the command of Spock O implacable females However even in this strange universe the two of them recognize each other in some strange way and confirm the real story through mindlink Introduction of the second KS element telepathy as symbol of sexual conjunction Together they restore the original version of history and fade unselfishly into oblivion mindlinked of course so that their alternate selves and the universe generally may continue to exist Third KS element cosmological importance of KS relationship Then of course there is the constant dwelling upon the emotional state of the two men and the introduction of the lady Romulan commander who seems to hold some great fascination for the KS crowd vid Marshak and Culbreath The time shift brings pon farr on for Spock rather gratuitously I thought and he or rather his alternate self actually sleeps with the lady commander to get rid of it There are two new characters Richardson who fills a sort of buddy role for Kirk the ensign in exile and S Parva a telepathic canine girl whose chief functions in the book seem to be 1 to illustrate Richardson s Romeo tendencies incidentally Richardson calls Kirk Juliet and to push Spock telepathically into dealing with his pon farr Did you like it miss Oh come on give me a break of course I liked it Shall We Tell the President? has transported the Enterprise and the galaxy into an alternate dimension of rea. These notes were made in 1988 Now why does Ms Van Hise s name sound so gosh darn familiar I Seinlanguage has written far inflammatory stuff than this mild and rather interesting tale of time travelalternate universe Because of time tampering by the Romulans the crew of the Enterprise find themselves Lost and Fondue A Cheese Shop Mystery #2 haunted by dreams shades of Strangers From the Sky and then slip into an entirely different universe where Spock commands the ship and Kirk is a lowly and embittered ensign Introduction of the first KS element Kirk out of power under the command of Spock O implacable females However even in this strange universe the two of them recognize each other in some strange way and confirm the real story through mindlink Introduction of the second KS element telepathy as symbol of sexual conjunction Together they restore the original version of Who Were the Wright Brothers? history and fade unselfishly into oblivion mindlinked of course so that their alternate selves and the universe generally may continue to exist Third KS element cosmological importance of KS relationship Then of course there is the constant dwelling upon the emotional state of the two men and the introduction of the lady Romulan commander who seems to The Expat Diaries hold some great fascination for the KS crowd vid Marshak and Culbreath The time shift brings pon farr on for Spock rather gratuitously I thought and The Hired Man he or rather Death of a Ghost his alternate self actually sleeps with the lady commander to get rid of it There are two new characters Richardson who fills a sort of buddy role for Kirk the ensign in exile and S Parva a telepathic canine girl whose chief functions in the book seem to be 1 to illustrate Richardson s Romeo tendencies incidentally Richardson calls Kirk Juliet and to push Spock telepathically into dealing with The Monk of Mokha his pon farr Did you like it miss Oh come on give me a break of course I liked it

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REVIEW ✓ Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24 Lity Now Kirk is an embittered young ensign and Spock is a beseiged Starship commander Lured into a Romulan trap Captain Spock and En. Not a great book but a lot of fun if you re interested in vintage KS fanfic No spoilersSo to give some context here for a second Killing Time is infamous in the Star Trek fandom as the official Star Trek novel that got published then recalled censored and re published when the publishers found out that it was written by an established KirkSpock shipper and that the book had homoerotic undertones There is a comparison here but it contains spoilers About 150 000 copies of the uncensored version were put into circulation and those copies which had already been sold and could not be recalled have become or less collector s items for fans This book is a tangible piece of fandom history and I was so excited to get my hands on an uncensored copyWhat this means and this is a caveat to readers is that I went into this with a very positive attitude and extremely low standards I read this as a fanfiction not as a novel and I m reviewing it as a fanfic If you re not like me a KS shipper a fandom history fan lgbt andor someone who has read a tonne of badfic this may not be the book for you This book commits a multitude of writerly sins that I was very lenient with Purple prose Kirk s eyes are at one point referred to as hazel globes which is a deeply unfortunate image that is now seared into my memory Exposition dumps in dialogue So many At one point there is even an exposition dump on the mechanics of a weapon in the middle of an in theory fast paced fight scene Tropes and fandom cliches You could play fanfiction trope bingo with this book I d encourage someone to try I think it d be a lot of fun Worldbuilding science fails A lot of the plot of this book is based around alternate universes time paradoxes and time travel so if handwavey science makes you angry this is probably not the book for you But then again if it does why are you reading a Star Trek novel Logic fails At the end of a calamitous action scene a character is revealed to have a weapon they could have used at any point but didn t because of reasonsIt should also be stated that although 300 pages is not a very long book Killing Time took me months to finish because I put it down forgot all about it and then had to start over when I finally picked it back up Even though the premise itself was kinda cool and I really enjoyed how it provides a seuel to a specific episode in TOS the plot didn t hold me in suspense But at the end of the day a lot of these things are also what I feel characterises a TOS episode you know it s going to have a happy ending the science is not in any way even remotely convincing and the plot is ridiculous You watch it for the characters and the interactions between them and the warmth and humanity they bring The science is not the core of Star Trek after all it s the characters that are the core of Star Trek and in this case that means Kirk Spock and Bones as we don t see much of the others Even the not so good stuff the campy and the silly the tropes and the hamminess felt kind of like a TOS episodeCharacterisation and character interaction is definitely the strong point of the novel Especially in scenes with Kirk Spock and Bones I could uite easily imagine how the dialogue would sound in their voices The crux of writing an AU is the balancing act of showing the reader how different experiences have shaped a character into a slightly different version of themselves while still keeping them recognisable at the core and I thought the mirrorverse Kirk and Spock were pretty well done The original characters felt believable and a couple of minor characters from TOS were also developed and given screen time which was interesting How slashy is it thoughIn fanfic terms the only thing missing is the final chapter right at the end where the characters finally get their shit together and kiss and have sex For obvious reasons the book never gets that overt Everything else is there there s cuddling there s hands touching there s shirtlessness there s other characters being jealous or amused there s internal monologues about how they belong together in all universes forever There s even a metaphorical sex scene but see below If you can think of a trope this book s probably got it It is for all intents and purposes a 300 page slow burnAs far as KirkSpock goes I was very gratified with it and I definitely felt like I got my money s worth from reading this despite how much the book has been hyped by other Star Trek fans Despite having a token female love interest subplot it really is incredibly gayWhile on the topic of sexuality and lgbt themes though I wanna add a couple of small content warnings very minor spoiler1 There is a taunt on page 41 which although spoken with the express intention of provoking a bully by targeting his toxic masculinity has not aged well and involves accusing him of wearing lipstick and playing with dolls2 There s a non consensual and violent mind meld on pages 173 6 which is framed very much like a sexual assault While this isn t an unusual trope in fanfiction and the meld is ultimately necessary in the narrative it s still something to be aware ofTL DR If you re looking for something great in terms of the writer s craft this isn t the book for you This is a fanfic and in my opinion if you re going to get the most enjoyment out of it you should treat it as a fanfic Bandit's Moon here for a second Killing Time is infamous in the Star Trek fandom as the official Star Trek novel that got published then recalled censored and re published when the publishers found out that it was written by an established KirkSpock shipper and that the book Hamlet Retelling Hogarth Shakespeare #8 had Not on the Label homoerotic undertones There is a comparison While My Pretty One Sleeps here but it contains spoilers About 150 000 copies of the uncensored version were put into circulation and those copies which Freedom Hospital had already been sold and could not be recalled Sand Omnibus have become or less collector s items for fans This book is a tangible piece of fandom The Sword of Honour Trilogy history and I was so excited to get my Une demande en mariage Annotated hands on an uncensored copyWhat this means and this is a caveat to readers is that I went into this with a very positive attitude and extremely low standards I read this as a fanfiction not as a novel and I m reviewing it as a fanfic If you re not like me a KS shipper a fandom The Secret of the Sacred Temple Cambodia history fan lgbt andor someone who Indurain: La historia definitiva del mejor corredor del Tour de Francia (Córner) has read a tonne of badfic this may not be the book for you This book commits a multitude of writerly sins that I was very lenient with Purple prose Kirk s eyes are at one point referred to as Old Sins hazel globes which is a deeply unfortunate image that is now seared into my memory Exposition dumps in dialogue So many At one point there is even an exposition dump on the mechanics of a weapon in the middle of an in theory fast paced fight scene Tropes and fandom cliches You could play fanfiction trope bingo with this book I d encourage someone to try I think it d be a lot of fun Worldbuilding science fails A lot of the plot of this book is based around alternate universes time paradoxes and time travel so if The Real Romney handwavey science makes you angry this is probably not the book for you But then again if it does why are you reading a Star Trek novel Logic fails At the end of a calamitous action scene a character is revealed to Liar have a weapon they could The Final Warning have used at any point but didn t because of reasonsIt should also be stated that although 300 pages is not a very long book Killing Time took me months to finish because I put it down forgot all about it and then Cat Dog had to start over when I finally picked it back up Even though the premise itself was kinda cool and I really enjoyed Katie Morag Stories how it provides a seuel to a specific episode in TOS the plot didn t Why Men Skim Stones hold me in suspense But at the end of the day a lot of these things are also what I feel characterises a TOS episode you know it s going to Phantom Horse Saddle Club #59 have a Kiss Kiss happy ending the science is not in any way even remotely convincing and the plot is ridiculous You watch it for the characters and the interactions between them and the warmth and Road to the Dales humanity they bring The science is not the core of Star Trek after all it s the characters that are the core of Star Trek and in this case that means Kirk Spock and Bones as we don t see much of the others Even the not so good stuff the campy and the silly the tropes and the Ask the Past hamminess felt kind of like a TOS episodeCharacterisation and character interaction is definitely the strong point of the novel Especially in scenes with Kirk Spock and Bones I could uite easily imagine Outsider how the dialogue would sound in their voices The crux of writing an AU 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trope this book s probably got it It is for all intents and purposes a 300 page slow burnAs far as KirkSpock goes I was very gratified with it and I definitely felt like I got my money s worth from reading this despite Coltrane how much the book The Death of Sweet Mister has been The Game of Lives hyped by other Star Trek fans Despite What a Carve Up having a token female love interest subplot it really is incredibly gayWhile on the topic of sexuality and lgbt themes though I wanna add a couple of small content warnings very minor spoiler1 There is a taunt on page 41 which although spoken with the express intention of provoking a bully by targeting What a Carve Up his toxic masculinity Ivy Lane has not aged well and involves accusing Better Living Through Criticism him of wearing lipstick and playing with dolls2 There s a non consensual and violent mind meld on pages 173 6 which is framed very much like a sexual assault While this isn t an unusual trope in fanfiction and the meld is ultimately necessary in the narrative it s still something to be aware ofTL DR If you re looking for something great in terms of the writer s craft this isn t the book for you This is a fanfic and in my opinion if you re going to get the most enjoyment out of it you should treat it as a fanfic

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  • Killing Time Star Trek The Original Series #24
  • Della Van Hise
  • English
  • 03 April 2018
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