Star Trek 1 (Novel)

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Star Trek 1
"Star Trek 1"
"Star Trek 1"
Published January 1967
Written by James Blish
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Charlie's Law

Adapted from the episode "Charlie X."
Story by Gene Roddenberry
Written by D.C. Fontana

Stardate 1533.6: A powerful teenage boy wreaks havoc aboard the Enterprise.

Dagger of the Mind

Adapted from the episode "Dagger of the Mind."
Written by S. Bar-David

2715.1: A new treatment for the criminally insane has deadly results.

The Unreal McCoy

Adapted from the episode "The Man Trap."
Written by George Clayton Johnson

Stardate 1531.1: A shape-shifting, salt-craving creature terrorizes the crew of the Enterprise.

Balance of Terror

Adapted from the episode "Balance of Terror."
Written by Paul Schneider

Stardate 1709.2: After attacking an outpost, Romulans battle the Enterprise.

The Naked Time

Adapted from the episode "The Naked Time."
Written by John D.F. Black

Stardate 1704.2: The Enterprise crew catches a virus that removes their inhibitions.

Miri

Adapted from the episode "Miri."
Written by Adrian Spies

Stardate 2713.5: A strange group of children is discovered on an Earth-like planet.

The Conscience of the King

Adapted from the episode "The Conscience of the King."
Written by Barry Trivers

Stardate 2817.6: Kirk suspects a Shakespearean actor is a mass murderer.

Related Data
Astrometrics Caran IV; Class M planet; Colony Alpha V; Comet Icarus IV; Earth; Earth (OS11); Earth Outposts 1-8; France; Ireland; M-113; Mars; Planet Q; Psi 2000; Remus; Romii; Romulan Neutral Zone; Romulus; Saturn; Stockholm; Tantalus V; Tarsus IV; Thasus; Vulcan; Wrigley's Pleasure Planet
Cast & Crew Bar-David, S.; Black, John D.F.; Blish, James; Fontana, D.C.; Johnson, George Clayton; Roddenberry, Gene; Schneider, Paul; Spies, Adrian; Trivers, Barry
Chronology Stardate 1531.1-1513.8, 1533.6-1535.8, 1704.2-1705.0, 1709.2-1709.6, 2713.5-2717.3, 2715.1-2715.2, 2817.6; 1960s; 2156-2160; 2251; 2253; 2255; 2260; 2264; 2265 (23 November, 25 December); 2266
Culture bowling; bowling alley; bridegroom; chess, three-dimensional; Christmas; dance; dancing; fencing; Grups; "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen;" Irish; marriage; music; Onlies; Swahili; Thanksgiving; The Three Musketeers
Education archaeologist; botanist; doctor; school; teacher
Food alcohol; champagne; chili peppers; coffee; ice cream; meatloaf; milk; plums; salt; Saurian brandy; shish kebab; turkey; water
People Adams, Tristan; Barnhart; Berkeley; Brent; Carl; Centurion; Chapel, Christine; Chef; Crater, Nancy; Crater, Robert; D'Artagnon; Darnell; Decius; Dominguez, Jose; Dumas, Alexandre; Eli; Evans, Charlie; Farrell, John; Galloway; Grayson, Amanda; Green; Hadley; Hansen; Harrison; Jahn; Karidian, Anton; Karidian, Lenore; Kirk, James T.; Kodos; Laughing Crewman; Lawton, Tina; Leighton, Martha; Leighton, Thomas; Leslie; Lethe; Louise; M-113 creature; Martine, Angela; MatsonMcCoy, Leonard; Miri; Moody; Nellis, Tom; Noel, Helen; Ramart; Rand; Rand, Janice; Richelieu; Riley, Kevin; Romulan Commander; Ryan; Sam; Sarek; Scott, Montgomery; Spock; Stiles, Andrew; Stiles family; Sturgeon; Sulu, Hikaru; Thasian; Tomlinson, Robert; Tormolen, Joe; Transporter technician; Uhura, Nyota; van Gelder, Simon
Politics governor; king; Praetor; queen; Romulan Neutral Zone; Romulan Star Empire; Romulan War; Space Central; Starfleet; Starfleet Ranks; UESPA; United Federation of Planets; Yeoman
Science & Technology alkaline poison; antimatter; archaeology; bacteria; baffle plate; biocomputer; biopsy; botany; cloaking device; communicator; computer; deflector; environment suit; foil; force field; gravity; hypnotism; hypospray; impulse drive; iron; knife; Life Prolongation Project; magnetism; medkit; microscope; mind meld; neural neutralizer; nitrogen; nuclear weapon; nucleic acids; phaser; phasers; physics; plague; plasma torpedo; police officer; pounds; psychiatry; psychotherapy; rapier; respirator; rodinium; schizophrenia; sensor; shields; sodium chloride; spectral analysis; subspace; subspace radio; sword; tetralubisol; time travel; tonsils; tranquilizer; transporter; tricorder; vaccines; viruses; warp drive; warp nacelle
Ships & Vehicles U.S.S. Antares NCC-501; Constitution class; U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701; Romulan Bird of Prey; Thasian ship; tricycle
Xenology Borgia plant; buffalo; chameleons; Humans; iguanas; M-113 creature; mice; nightshade; passenger pigeons; Romulans; roses; Thasians; turkeys; Vulcans
Miscellaneous Beauregard; Central Bureau of Penology; flowers; perfume; Red Alert; SOS; Vulcan lyre; Vulcan nerve pinch