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About the Author: James Blish

William Atheling JrIn the late 1930's to the early 1940's Blish was a member of the FuturiansBlish trained as a biologist at Rutgers and Columbia University and spent 1942–1944 as a medical technician in the US Army After the war he became the science editor for the Pfizer pharmaceutical company His first published story appeared in 1940 and his writing career progressed until he gave up his job to become a professional writerHe is credited with coining the term gas giant in the story Solar Plexus as it appeared in the anthology Beyond Human Ken edited by Judith Merril The story was originally published in 1941 but that version did not contain the term; Blish apparently added it in a rewrite done for the anthology which was first published in 1952Blish was married to the literary agent Virginia Kidd from 1947 to 1963From 1962 to 1968 he worked for the Tobacco InstituteBetween 1967 and his death from lung cancer in 1975 Blish became the first author to write short story collections based upon the classic TV series Star Trek In total Blish wrote 11 volumes of short stories adapted from episodes of the 1960s TV series as well as an original novel Spock Must Die in 1970 — the first original novel for adult readers based upon the series since then hundreds have been published He died midway through writing Star Trek 12; his wife



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  1. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    Space The Final Frontier I am aware that this is a uite longer review than usual but since it's an anthology I thought that it was the only fair way to express my thoughts on each story collected on the book A FASCINATING PROJECT This is the first novelization published featuring episodes from Star Trek The Original Series Oddly enough the novelization didn't published the episodes in the aired order so if you are looking for the adaptation of Where No Man has Gone Before the first aired episode without counting the non aired The Cage pilot you won't find it until the book 8 of this collection Yes until the eighth book Also it's important to take in account that James Blish wrote the novelizations based on the original scripts without being aware of any possible change on the final version of the aired episodes Also while he is credited for the novelization of all 12 books actually he was author of like the first 7 or 8 books later of that his wife took over without knowledge of the publisherStill this is a great effort since the 12 books plus Mudd's Angels book cover the entire original run of the now iconic TV series which started one of the most loved sci fi franchisesThis first book features 7 stories and while one could think that they can't give a fair credit to them due being of only like 140 pages or so I can testify that while not having many of the usual ornaments of regular novelizations they are hardly poor adaptations One has to take in account that they were 45 minutes' episodes so it's not like novelizations of other franchises like Doctor Who that they were serials of 4 to even 10 episodes of 22 minutes demanding a whole book of 150 pages to do a fair job Here I think that depending the scope of the story some adaptation used pages than others but in general they were fair done Maybe the only downsized of this titanic enterprise was presenting the stories without doing the changes made on the aired episodes BUT even so it can be a valuable experience to know how were originally thought those stories However in comparison the Star Trek Logs by Alan Dean Foster adapting the episodes of the TV animated series of Star Trek are indeed a better work with details in the narrative and totally accurate to the development of the stories once aired CAPTAIN'S LOG My ratings were based on my reading experience of the novelizations and NOT about my opinion about the original aired TV episodesCharlie's Law aired under the title of Charlie X Rating 2 starsThe Enterprise has the mission to transport the lone survivor of a crashed ship many years ago in the planet Thasus which is a teenage boy named Charlie Evans Soon enough the crew realized that he is dangerous due having powers of appearing and disappearing anything he wishes The situation gets even delicate when Charlie develops a crush on Yeoman Janice RandIt's an okay story but nothing too inspired and the main issue is that the crew hardly will be able to resolve the problem but falling into the deus ex machina factorTrekker notes It's mentioned that James Kirk has 20 years of experience on space At that moment he was in service like for 13 years tops It's possible that James Blish expected that a starship captain should be uite older without realizing that Kirk was one of the youngest men to be promoted to captain in StarfleetSulu comments that it's reuired 30 years of training to know how to use the helm controls Thirty years? At that point Sulu is like 27 years old and I am pretty sure that he didn't start to learn how to helm a starship while inside on the belly of his mom Maybe it was a ruse to deceive Charlie but it's still geezDagger of the Mind Rating 2 starsThe Enterprise visits a revolutionary penal colony After dealing with a crazy intruder from the prison Captain Kirk decides to conduct an inspection of the facilities He beamed down only with the support of Dr Helen Noel a medical officer from the McCoy's department with a doctorate on psychiatry and some training on penal prisoners' rehabilitationIt was an okay story with the major issue that Kirk falls too easily into a trap taking in account that he should be suspicious since there is a reasonable doubt that something odd is happening on the prison The Unreal McCoy aired under the title of The Man Trap Rating 2 starsThe Enterprise visits a scientific post on some planet due regulations of having to do medical checks once a year on the personnel of any outpost The post is managed by a married couple and the wife was an old flame of Dr McCoy What should be a uick and easy mission detonates into several suspicious deaths of crewmembersIt was an okay story with a fair plot but it was too obvious that something strange was happening with the former girlfriend of McCoy that comparing notes between the members of the landing party could avoid many problemsBalance of Terror Rating 4 starsThe Enterprise is patrolling the border of the Romulan Neutral Zone when the crew got into full alert after finding out of several sneak attacks to Federation outposts along the border indicating that some Romulan vessel should be in the area The situation gets even dangerous when the Romulan vessel shows having technology to make it invisible to the eye and sensors A deadly game of cat and mouse interchanging roles constantly beginsIt's an exciting story that I really liked And while I did my best to focus on the narrative without trying to compare it with the original aired episode and there are several differences that I didn't mind but I couldn't help to feel that the novelization wasn't the same as strong since you will read only the happenings aboard the Enterprise without having the insightful knowledge of the interactions aboard the Romulan vessel and even not having the iconic moment when both starships' commanders had a brief but meaningful talk Still it's a gripping story specially since here the suspicions toward Spock are stronger felt and clearly expressed by many officersTrekker notes The story wrongly indicates the Enterprise as an Enterprise class starship instead of the the correct Constitution classThe story wrongly denotes Lieutenant Stiles as Second Officer when that position is of Lt Cmdr Montgomery ScottIt was hilarious reading that Spock was carrying at some point papers bound to a clipboard Geez Even while on the TV episode one can watch a real hardcover book we are in the 23rd Century peopleIn this story and others is clear that they were still thinking about how to refer to people from the planet Vulcan Instead of calling them just Vulcans You will read terms like Vulcanites and VulcaniansThe Naked Time Rating 2 starsThe Enterprise is asigned to assist a scientific team to observe the irremediable destruction by natural causes of an inhabited planet However the whole scientific team is found dead and the analysis of the crime scene indicates that something very unusual happened The situation gets worse when officers aboard of the Enterprise started to conduct themselves on erractic manners and one of them putting the starship in dangerIt was an okay story Honestly I don't think that the story really exploded the huge potential of showing the inner emotions and deep feelings of the crewmembers specially the key regular officers of the cast Sure we have the now iconic scene of Sulu doing fencing in the corridors of the starship but besides that that honestly isn't too meaningful about getting to know Sulu's soul you can't really see the regular cast members exposing themselves revealing things that they usually would keep in secret Also the situation is again solved too easy involving this time at least a member of the crew but without showing a tangible process of how the solution was foundMiri Rating 2 starsThe Enterprise responds to an old SOS message transmited using antiue radio waves The message comes from a planet colonized a couple of centuries ago by an Earth human group with irreconcilable socio political differences with governments of Earth The planet seems to be deserted at first glance However soon enough the landing party find a young teenage named Miri but also they find out that there are many children aroudn but also they discovered that now the whole landing party is infected by some unknown fabricated virus making them to remain on the surface of the planet battling against clock to find a cureIt was an okay story It's interesting the social implications behind the original intention of the fabricated virus However first the landing party is too easily fooled by the children even taking in account some special situation about them due not having a proper care of their tech euipment and second the landing party has too many regular cast members for thinking that it would be a real danger about this killing virusThe Conscience of the King Rating 5 starsThe Enterprise is diverted from its original course due a false offer of new technology but there is a real intention behind the ruse An old friend of Captain Kirk the one who made the false offering he is telling to Kirk that the owner and prime actor of an itinerant Shakespearean theater company is in reality a former dictator the infamous Kodos the Executioner thought dead who provokes the death of four thousand colonists as an intent to save the other four thousand remaining colonists due an unexpected famine First Captain Kirk one of the survivors of that holocaust isn't believing the accusation but when his old friend is murdered he starts to take into motion a risky strategy to discover the truthI loved this story I don't recall of having enjoyed so much the aired episode but definitely in its written form was a wonderful story to read Shakespeare isn't a fortuitous element on the story but the key of its strength Anton Karidian the one accused of having been Kodos the Executioner is wearing the Hamlet's murderer king attire; while Lenore his daugther is wearing the costume of the mad Ophelia Insighful ironic and priceless OVERALL PERCEPTION While the stories are short of details still they are an interesting reading An odd thing is that while you aren't be in any doubt that James Kirk is the captain of the ship always cool and in control of the situation maybe due the selection of the stories for this first book you will be unable to perceive to Spock as the impresive smart and formidable character that he is indeed in the series since he hardly do anything of usefulness in these stories Even it can be easily understandble if people could think of Dr McCoy as a relevant character than Spock having only this book as reference


  2. W W says:

    Star Trekthe original series is part of my childhood memoriesThe shimmering transporter beamsthe Kirk Spock McCoy banterKlingonsRomulans and the great starship EnterpriseAfter three seasonsStar Trek disappeared from the TV screensThe TV episodes were then converted into book form by James Blish and a dozen such volumes were publishedI had them allbut no longer doSome of the episodes of the original series are actually very sillyBut it's still Star Trek and I have a soft spot for itI enjoyed these stories during the years when nothing else about Star Trek was available


  3. Jerry Jerry says:

    Though these are shortened versions of the episodes they still made for entertaining reading


  4. Robert Robert says:

    Well that's it I've now read every book Blish publishedReally not much different from the other ten volumes of adaptations Blish did don't ask how I ended up reading the first one last I don't know myself except for the lack of a foreword It was the release of this volume that created a deluge of fan mail that Blish would address in his forewords to subseuent volumesAs usual the uality varies with the uality of the adapted original script Interesting to note that the iconic image of Sulu brandishing a fencing foil has him wearing an undershirt here he's famously bare chested in the episode There's another go round for the Shakespeare inspired trope along with the child with god like powers


  5. Eric Eric says:

    I loved Star Trek as a young boy but the tv antenna would only pick up a few channels and Star Trek wasn’t on any of them A long walk to a bookstore in Reading PA allowed me to entertain my trek obsession


  6. Yvensong Yvensong says:

    This anthology of several early Star Trek episodes like many anthologies is a hit and a miss Some of the stories really captured the feel of the story and the characters while others really missed that mark


  7. Daniel Daniel says:

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book Rated 25 of 5I first read this book in the mid to late 1970's I was an early Trekkie Youngsters today forget that there was no Netflix or Hulu or DVRs and we watched our favorite shows when they were being broadcast and shows like Star Trek you could only see if your local station purchased the syndication rights And it's because of this that fans such as myself practically devoured anything we could find that would help us enjoy these characters and their adventuresThis was one of perhaps the first books to give fans a chance to relive some of the adventures Author James Blish adapted seven episodes into stories to be included in the book In many cases his adaptations came from scripts and not always the final version as it appeared on television Even some of the titles don't line up exactly as we might otherwise recognize them from the screenWhat this does however is give us a little sneak peek at some character motivation as well as how a story sometimes changes while in the filming processReading these again was mostly a nostalgic trip back in time to my early teen even pre teen years as a geeky Star Trek fan Where I once really cherished the chance to read these adventures I now found the stories to be too short and really lack any depth of character If Blish was writing these based on scripts and hadn't really even seen the episodes it makes some sense that he doesn't uite pick up on the personal connections and the relationshipsThink about this there are seven hour long episodes here in story form in a 137 page book There really isn't much hereI did make me think however how much I might enjoy having a popular author or two re imagine these episodes in detail A series of novellas? If the price were right I could see myself buying themThis book contains the following stories based on the episodesCharlie's Law based on Charlie X by DC FontanaDagger of the Mind based on the teleplay by S Bar DavidThe Unreal McCoy based on The Man Trap teleplay by George Clayton JohnsonBalance of Terror based on the teleplay by Paul SchneiderThe Naked Time based on the teleplay by John DF BlackMiri based on the teleplay by Adrian SpiesThe Conscience of the King from the teleplay by Barry TriversLooking for a good book? If you're a Star Trek fan consider revisiting Star Trek 1 short stories based on early episodes by James Blish The adaptations don't stand up too well but the nostalgia is fun


  8. Jazzy Lemon Jazzy Lemon says:

    A novelisation of the original series part 1


  9. Dustin Dustin says:

    This first book in the series simply named “Star Trek” adapts “Charlie X” under the episode’s earlier working title of Charlie’s Law” Dagger of the Mind The Unreal McCoy which was the working and IMO better title for aka The Man Trap Balance of Terror The Naked Time Miri and The Conscience of the KingThis book clocking in at 140ish pages doesn’t much page count to the seven episodes it covers The story “Charlie’s Law” is bereft of most description Blish apparently felt no need to describe the Enterprise in even light detail but most of the other stories have some feature at least some light description at the beginning to set up the story Thishis adaptation of “balance of Terror” is entirely from the Enterprise’s POV which helps to convey the tense nature of the episode very well though the story lacks much of the cat and mouse nature of the episode and ends rather abruptly and without the famous “In another life we could have been friends” lineThe Naked Time has lost any of the emotional tones of the episodeMiri is short and too the point cutting most of the interactions with Miri and the children this may be to its benefitThe Conscience of the King is short to its detriment gutting all but the basic core of the storyThere are a couple of instances where the author seems to have been functioning from the idea that ships in Star Trek function at relativistic speeds also the cover of the edition I read has nice big rocket plumes coming out of the back of the Enterprise There are a few things about the book that make in an interesting read as a star trek fan but its brevity and extremely shallow treatment of the episodes mean I can’t really recommend going out of your way to pick it up However if you’re like me and you find it in the dollar bin of your local used book store I’d give it a read


  10. Canavan Canavan says:

    ✭“Charlie’s Law” alternate title “Charlie X” James Blish D C Fontana Teleplay Author Gene Roddenberry Story Author ✭✭“Dagger of the Mind” James Blish Shimon Wincelberg as by S Bar David Teleplay Author ✭½“The Unreal McCoy” alternate title “The Man Trap” James Blish George Clayton Johnson Teleplay Author ✭“Balance of Terror” James Blish Paul Schneider Teleplay Author ✭½“The Naked Time” James Blish John D F Black Teleplay Author ½“Miri” James Blish Adrian Spies Teleplay Author ✭“The Conscience of the King” James Blish Barry Trivers Teleplay Author ½All stories published 1967


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