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For the seventh movie in the Star Trek franchise, please see Star Trek Generations.

Star Trek 7 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 July 1972.

Summary Edit

From the back cover
Join up! Board the Enterprise and journey with her crew to far-off worlds, where you will find:
  • Greek gods and American Indians
  • men who can live forever and other men who die of old age at twenty-nine
  • a machine with the power to raise the dead and a woman whose tears can topple empires.

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Contents Edit

"Who Mourns for Adonais?"
A 27 page adaptation of "Who Mourns for Adonais?"
"The Changeling"
A 22 page adaptation of "The Changeling"
"The Paradise Syndrome"
A 24 page adaptation of "The Paradise Syndrome"
A 23 page adaptation of "Metamorphosis"
"The Deadly Years"
A 30 page adaptation of "The Deadly Years"
"Elaan of Troyius"
A 29 page adaptation of "Elaan of Troyius"

Background information Edit

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