This would have made a fabulous two part story during the run of the original series, had they possessed the budget and technical requirements we have in today's television environment. Captain Kirk, commanding the USS Enterprise, gets into a fight with a Klingon ship concerning arguments over a primitive planet and its inhabitants.A mysterious, powerful entity named 'Weyland' stops the fight and decides to punish three of the Enterprise crew with their own history. Home Is the Hunter is a Star Trek: The Original Series novel written by Dana Kramer-Rolls.. He also strands Cmdr. Captain Kirk and his intrepid crew are dispatched to the primitive planet of Cragon V to offer them Federation support, only to find that the Klingons have beaten him there. After offending a, possible, god-like being by unintentionally contributing to the death of one of his subjects, one member of Kirk's away team is killed and the other three are transported back in time: Sulu is in Japan of 1600, Scotty is in Scotland of 1746, and Chekov is in Stalingrad of 1942. It just didn't sound like him . He sends Sulu to Japan , He sends Scotty to Scotland, and Chekov to Russia. 4.0 • 2 Ratings; $7.99; $7.99; Publisher Description. Meanwhile, in the. Eh. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Therefore, the. He place… He places Sulu in feudal Japan during the period's most important and bloody power struggle, Scotty in 18th century Scotland on the eve of revolt, and Chekov in WWII Russia.Now, the three time travelers must face overwhelming dangers as they are pulled by conflicting forces: their allegiance to their homelands, their duty to the Federation they serve, and the demands of history. I chose it because it highlighted Sulu, Chekov & Scotty. The whole book is just okay and it took me awhile to read it. Plot. Their ship was small, but its technology was totally unknown to the Fe… When a dispute between the Klingons and Federation landing party consisting of Kirk, Sulu, Scotty, and Chekov turns deadly, the mysterious and powerful leader of the planet condemns both parties to death. I wanted a break from the Kirk/Spock/McCoy stories. It seems to pull bits and pieces from a couple of the original television series episodes. God like being is usual. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published Upon his return he is quite adamant over the disruption of his people and has no interest in the "games" of the two galactic powers. Dana Kramer-Rolls. The difference is that a single, powerful being called Weyland is the god of the planet. Home is the Hunter is a tale that is not all that original to the Star Trek universe. Point of interest: I read somewhere that the author could not get the rights to use the name “Hikaru Sulu,” which is why he had Sulu use another name throughout the book. Overall, not worth reading., Novels based on Star Trek: The Original Series, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 21 October 2019, at 10:02. A dispute over a planet and its primitive people leads Captain Kirk and a Klingon Commander to pit their ships against each other in battle. Start by marking “Home is the Hunter (Star Trek: The Original Series #52)” as Want to Read: Error rating book. The parallel stories with Sulu,Chekov & Scotty trapped in the past could have been interesting. Kirk and the Enterprise are once again engaged in a dispute with the Klingons over a planet where the people have a primitive culture. I love the iconic characters in situations that they can't just warp away from. It wasn’t a work of art, but it was fun. Share - Home is the Hunter (Star Trek, No 52) Home is the Hunter (Star Trek, No 52) $3.74 Free Shipping.