|Star Trek Logs One and Two|
|Series:||The Animated Series, No. One and Two|
|Author(s):||Alan Dean Foster|
|Published:||Paperback - September 2006|
SPACE. THE FINAL FRONTIER . . . These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. Celebrate Star Trek's thirtieth anniversary with the original mission logs chronicling some of the crew's most bizarre missions and strangest encounters with alien races across the galaxy . . . where no man has gone before.
BEYOND THE FARTHEST STAR
Behind a negative star, the Enterprise finds some malevolent company. For a green evil alien of unimaginable power beams aboard--to destroy the crew and hijack the ship for its own deadly purposes.
Spock returns from a time-travel research project to find that no one on the Enterprise recognizes him. Now he must go back through the Time Gate to his Vulcan childhood--to save the life of the child he was.
ONE OF OUR PLANETS IS MISSING
A huge cosmic cloud that "eats" celestial objects has already consumed one planet and is on its way to another, where 82 million people will die. And Kirk and his crew find themselves in its voracious path.
The crew rejoices when a drifting, damaged spaceship yields Carter Winston, the famous philanthropist missing and presumed dead. But Carter is not all that he seems.
THE LORELEI SIGNAL
When Kirk, Spock, and McCoy beam down to a mysterious planet, they discover an exotic race of enchantingly beautiful women who seem ready to fulfill every fantasy--but a far deadlier fate awaits them.
THE INFINITE VULCAN
Keniclius 5, a 24-foot-tall clone of a demented scientist, kidnaps Spock to clone him into immortality. Unfortunately, to achieve this transformation, the real Spock must die . . .
- Star Trek Log One, originally published in June 1974.
- Star Trek Log Two, originally published in August 1974.