Vulcan's Soul Trilogy Book One : Exodus

Version: Abridged
Author: Josepha Sherman , Susan Schwartz
Narrator: Boyd Gaines
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Fiction & Literature, Star Trek
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Published In: July 2004
# of Units: 4 CDs
Length: 4 hours
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Overview

Following their bestsellers "Vulcan's Forge" and "Vulcan's Heart," Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz embark on a new trilogy chronicling the latter-day adventures of one of "Star Trek's" most beloved characters, shedding new light on his world's shocking history.

One year after the end of the Dominion War, the Romulan Star Empire comes under attack by a mysterious and alarmingly powerful enemy calling itself the Watraii, a species with a long-standing vendetta against the Romulans. Yet though they remain tenuously allied, the Federation, the Romulans and the Klingons are unready to become embroiled in another sustained conflict, forcing Ambassador Spock, Admiral Uhura, Admiral Chekov, Captain Saavik, and some unexpected allies to defy their governments in order to meet the new threat head-on. But the first blood drawn may prove to be among the dearest of all.

Reviews (1)

Are you out of your Vulcan Mind?

Written by Gene Sheppard from Marietta, GA on October 5th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 2/5

If you like the inconsistent and oxymoronic behavior of the Vulcan way of life, you will like this sight into how to be bored.

Author Details

Author Details

Sherman, Josepha

"Josepha Sherman is a fantasy and science fiction writer, folklorist and storyteller.

Josepha has sold over 125 short stories and articles to books and magazines, and has written for the animated TV show Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers. In addition, she's done storytelling for all ages, and lectured on folklore, fantasy and science fiction across North America, including speaking engagements at the Library of Congress and the American Folklore Society conferences. She's an active member of The Authors Guild, SFWA, the American Folklore Society and the SCBWI, as well as a fan of all things SF, equine, computer-oriented, aviation, and of the long-suffering (""wait till next year, or possibly this year!"") New York Mets. "