The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh

The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh The most critical period in Earth s history Gary Seven Supervisor Even centuries later the final decades of the twentieth century are still regarded by those who know the truth of what really ha
  • Title: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh
  • Author: Greg Cox
  • ISBN: 9780743406420
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh
    The most critical period in Earth s history Gary Seven, Supervisor 194 Even centuries later, the final decades of the twentieth century are still regarded by those who know the truth of what really happened as one of the darkest and most perilous chapters in the history of humanity Now, as an ancient and forbidden technology tempts mankind once , Captain The most critical period in Earth s history Gary Seven, Supervisor 194 Even centuries later, the final decades of the twentieth century are still regarded by those who know the truth of what really happened as one of the darkest and most perilous chapters in the history of humanity Now, as an ancient and forbidden technology tempts mankind once , Captain James T Kirk of the Starship Enterprise must probe deep into the secrets of the past, to discover the true origins of the dreaded Eugenics Wars and of perhaps the greatest foe he has ever faced 1974 A.D An international consortium of the world s top scientists have conspired to create the Chrysalis Project, a top secret experiment in human genetic engineering The project s goal is nothing less than the creation of a new, artificially improved breed of men and women smarter, faster, stronger than ordinary human beings, a super race to take command of the entire planet Gary Seven, an undercover operative for an advanced alien species, is alarmed by the project s objectives he knows too well the apocalyptic consequences of genetic manipulation With his trusted agents, Roberta Lincoln and the mysterious Isis, he will risk life and limb to uncover Chrysalis insidious designs and neutralize the awesome threat that the Project poses to the future But he may already be too late One generation of super humans has already been conceived As the years go by, Seven watches with grow
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  • I have absolutely no idea why this makes so many lists of the best Star Trek books because frankly it s just awful The main characters in the flashback are honestly really boring and the author s need to insert pop culture references into every damn scene just make it feel hackneyed as hell NEW COKE LEGWARMERS SONY WALKMAN HAS IT SET IN THAT IT S 1986 YET Like gimme a break Also the weird political choices the author makes are absolutely absurd Like Khan makes a lot of excellent points when he c [...]

  • This book is little than a vehicle for Greg Cox to demonstrate his knowledge of political and cultural history of the late 20th century, as well as his knowledge of the Star Trek universe Khan and Gary Seven with faithful sidekicks Roberta and Isis tromp through world history a la Forrest Gump except with an agenda Allegedly, their agenda is the same, to help humanity survive into the 21st century, although Khan already shows signs of being the anti hero we know from episode and movie How he go [...]

  • This book is essentially two stories in one One is of Kirk and the Enterprise going to check out a planet full of genetically modified humans, while the other is the history of Khan, as told by Gary Seven don t know who that is He was a James Bond Dr Who character from the original TV series While doing this novel in this nested story style is interesting, it also creates a number of issues.The parts told from Kirk s point of view are all interesting and engaging Cox does a wonderful job portray [...]

  • I rather enjoyed this and loved seeing Gary Seven and Roberta again I was, strangely enough, possibly fascinated by learning of Khan s Sikh background I am curious how he became the clean shaven superman in the future.I will just have to read .

  • A fantastic blend of real historical events with Star Trek canon most of the book feels like a spy adventure in the 1970s, featuring Gary Seven, his assistant Roberta, and their super intelligent alien cat Isis, as they investigate and take down a lab breeding dangerous mutant bacteria and genetically altered super children including the 4 year old who would one day be Khan Noonien Singh The book dragged a bit in the 1980s with all the Soviet intrigue, but by the end Khan comes into his own as a [...]

  • I have always considered Star Trek to be one of my guilty pleasures This book really got to me, on many levels I had always been curious as to Kahn s past This book answers those questions This character was, without a doubt, the best bad guy Kirk had ever faced.As a pleasant surprise, the author does great tribute to the characters and the actors who played them Gary Seven, who was played by Robert Lansing in the series, gets an Equalizer nod when a certain friend named McCall is mentioned Lans [...]

  • I found this difficult to put down, in part due to the inclusion of three of the interesting characters from one of the episodes of the TV show, managing to show some of the back story to one of the most interesting villains ever to grace the TV show and movies The outer story seemed rather contrived, and the plot twist in the outer story seemed forced, but I am looking forward to the second book in the series.

  • This is a good book Star Trek always alluded to the eugenics wars as happening before the formation of the federation This book is a well put together scenario of present day thru the eugenics war into the federation Very plausible.

  • 3.5 stars I read this one long ago and only remember that it was a bit slow going in spots, but thought it was cool that the author worked the Union Carbide disaster into the plot Will have to re read this one again before I finish up the trilogy.

  • Highly ingenius way of tying up one of the interesting an exciting era of the original Star Trek Cox makes Khan come alive, and you can even hear Ricardo Montalban s voice coming from the pages A must for any original series fan.

  • This book was purchased for my own reading pleasure I purchased the paired non canon Eugenics Wars books by Greg Cox many, many moons ago Khan is one of the most enduring and well known of Kirk s many adversaries I was quite pleased when a version of Khan made an appearance in the new reboot of Star Trek.This is the first of two books focused on the rise and subsequent fall of Khan Noonien Singh, one of several genetically augmented humans created by Dr Sarina Kaur and her Chrysalis team This gr [...]

  • It s all true Those words from Galaxy Quest fit for this stellar exercise in retconning I d read this book when it came out, and recently got Kindle editions of the whole trilogy it s a fun read Carefully weaving 40 years of Trek and REAL history into a narrative that explains how we didn t notice the Eugenics War and the rise and fall of Khan Oh, and there s a story woven through with Kirk, Spock, McCoy, et al facing a new planet of genetic supermen.On to the next volume

  • Great StartI have always been a Star Trek fan who has wanted to know about the deep lore of the first series tThis book fits in very well with that purpose without being heavy handed

  • Good book albeit a bit rambling A good book, but it does feel like it rambles on a bit If you stick with it it is an enjoyable read.

  • The story itself starts with a framing story in which Kirk and his crew are heading to a colony that has been practicing genetic engineering on humans This inspires the captain to research the historical records from the late 20th century which was when a group of genetically engineered super humans attempted to take over the planet The book then moves onto the main story which follows the exploits of Gary Seven and his colleagues, Roberta Lincoln and Isis in the late twentieth century as they t [...]

  • First, some back storySo, two years ago or so, my boyfriend and I were making our way through the series Star Trek Enterprise on Netflix, and there was an episode where actor Brent Spiner came back as Dr Soongh ooh , and at the time he was fooling around with genetic engineering, rather than synthetic life forms like Data There was a lot of discussion about the Eugenics Wars and Augments, the humans who were created via genetic engineering etc Having not watched the Star Trek TOS, I didn t know [...]

  • Ah, how well I remember the 1990s neon colored plastic pants, frizzy hair, and that gang of genetically engineered supermen starting World War III in a bid to gain total command over Earth and institute order out of chaos Star Trek s canon ran into a bit of a problem as it aged, as in the 1960s it predicted things that not only never happened, but bear no semblance to what happened Not only did Earth not send a manned mission to Saturn in the 1990s, but by the end of the 20th century it had conf [...]

  • For fans of Star Trek , the Eugenics Wars represents an exciting era of history of which we have only seen a few tantalizing glimpses For writers, the Eugenics Wars represents a problem How do you write a Trek novel with all the optimism for the human spirit that fans have come to expect, while depicting an era in which the human spirit failed and gave way to tyranny Worse yet, how do you deal with the fact that the 1960 s original series canonically established that the Eugenics Wars happened i [...]

  • Cox manages to really blend classic Star Trek lore with real historical events and his own added dramatizations and changes to create a pretty compelling story While the book itself is sandwich between a fairly banal story about Kirk visiting a planet known for practicing genetic modifications that really is of a way to offer framework The real meat of the book that takes a look at Trek history is really engaging.One of the problems the Trek universe is events dreamed up in the 60s TV show clas [...]

  • Prequels should be banned except for Better Caul Saul Contrary to the title, this book has virtually nothing to do with Khan Captain Kirk is on his way to a diplomatic mission when Spock recommend he review the history of the eugenics war Then the story switches to the 1970 s and a secret agent from the future with a talking cat who came back to the late 20th century to prevent war So the time traveler with the talking cat destroy the the base that created all the eugenics children, murdering Kh [...]

  • Though Khan Noonien Singh is not in a majority of the novel, other Star Trek characters are included The future segments that take place four years after Khan s first appearance in Space Seed include Kirk, McCoy, and Spock The past segments span 15 years, from events revolving around the Chrysalis project in 1974 to fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 During that timespan, we are told about the actions of Gary Seven and Roberta Lincoln from the TOS episode Assignment Earth Flint, who appeared in the [...]

  • Somewhat misleading by the title and cover, this first volume of the Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh rarely features the eponymous character In fact, he doesn t make an appearance for about 250 pages, and then only as a 4 year old child The novel focuses primarily on Gary Seven and his assistant Roberta Lincoln from the episode Assignment Earth and their somewhat ridiculous 007 style adventures throughout the 20th century For the most part the story is pointless and outright daft, serving mo [...]

  • I ve always considered Greg Cox a reliable if a bit bland Star Trek author He writes with great talent and has something to say, but I ve never felt he really had a distinctive style or voice of his own It s funny how I ve previously observed that Cox s depiction has some minor flaws only nitpicky fans like myself would spot As true as that has been in the case of his earlier ventures into the Trek lore, it seems very ironic when looking at the first volume of this endlessly ambitious saga Greg [...]

  • I m not sure what to say I ll start with the fact that I listened to this as an audio book that was complete with sound effects which is the first time I d come across that before The narrator was fine except for one specific female voice which drove me crazy.Now on to the book I loved it I ve only finished the first one so far but can t wait for the second But here s the thing it is a ridiculous book.I love Star Trek and have always had a soft spot for Khan since I was a kid, but these are trul [...]

  • I was really glad to see Gary Seven, Roberta, and Isis again and for the first 150 pages, this book was really good, it would have gotten four or five stars if it had continued to be like those pages, but afterwards, it wasn t as good.I could not believe that Seven would only have the option to show Khan the transporter after he arranged the whole rescue part Certainly there were other ways to prevent Khan from learning about the future technology The whole Soviet part of the book was cringe wor [...]

  • Der Mythos der Eugenischen Kriege ging schon fr h in den Star Trek Kanon ein ST Folge Der schlafende Tiger 1967 , die Genesis der genetisch aufgewerteten Supermenschen wurde laut ST Kanon in den 70er Jahren des 20 Jahrhunderts begonnen, die eugenischen Kriege und der nachfolgende Weltkrieg wurde in den 80er und 90er Jahre des gleichen Jahrhundets ausgetragen.Deshalb dachte ich, dass die Star Trek Serie, genau wie die Perry Rhodan Serie, ein Parallel Universum beschreibt, weil die Realzeit die Ha [...]

  • At first it was not what I expected I was expecting it to be about Khan from beginning to end Actually this book is about Gary Seven and his recruit, Roberta, and how they come across Project Chrysalis, responsible for engineering Khan and the rest of his supermen Gary Seven and Roberta witness through the years how Khan changes as a person.I had moments in which I thought Gary Seven s plans weren t exactly the best seeing as how during his attempt to infiltrate Chrysalis he was counting on get [...]

  • A must for die hard Trekkies, volume 1 of the Eugenics War books fills in the origins of Khan as well as filling in all of the gaps of the 1970 and 1980 s Trek Universe history.The book focuses on Gary Seven and his assistants Roberta and the mysterious cat Isis, characters who had always been meant to have their own television series Greg Cox nicely fulfills the potential of the characters by fleshing out a variety of situations that fit the campiness of the sixties spy duo without sacrificing [...]

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