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|Hardcover, August 13, 1991||
As Commander Spock, his father Sarek, and Captain James T. Kirk struggle to preserve Vulcan's future, the planet's innermost secrets are revealed, from its beginnings millions of years ago to its savage prehistory, from merciless tribal warfare to medieval court intrigue, from the exploration of space to the development of o'thia -- the ruling ethic of logic. And Spock, torn between his duty to Starfleet and the unbreakable ties that bind him to Vulcan, must find a way to reconcile both his own inner conflict and the external dilemma his planet faces, lest the Federation itself be ripped asunder. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I read this book years ago when I found it by chance in a public library. Loved it then and looked for it as soon as i got my first kindle. It's just as good as i remembered it. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Kreen
contained a lot of ancient history from the time the planet first came about but was all in all not to badPublished 28 days ago by RAY PETERSON
I like the background about vulcan history and the way McCoy put everybody that a Vulcan on their seat. Thought. Provokong even with Earth world culture!Published 2 months ago by lOUIS kONIJN
Diane Duane wrote what is probably my favorite ST:TOS novel -- "My Enemy, My Ally". Sadly, her subsequent books (including this one) have been a disappointment to me. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Janet Aldrich
This book is an excellent way to learn more about the Vulcans! It is a history book of sorts and a great way to get a better understanding of Spock.Published 6 months ago by Jeffrey Michael Hall
This book is a sequel to "The Wounded Sky," also by Diane Duane. It explores the past of planet Vulcan in alternating chapters with a present attempt to force the planet... Read morePublished 7 months ago by MargretRose
In “Spock’s World” the famed inhabitants of the planet Vulcan – renowned for their devotion to logic – consider the possibility of seceding from the United Federation of Planets. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rottenberg's rotten book review
Not logical at all.
The plot is absurd and the characters are bad conceived.Was a very boring experience, I finished aonly because I like finish the books.