Star Trek Cacophony: A Captain Sulu Adventure

On the planet Stentor, silence is not only golden it is the key to maintaining peace in world devastated by a great war But that calm is shattered when a group known as the Ghazi create a new technology that intercepts old Earth radio signals and rebroadcasts them across the planet Each day the din grows deafening When Captain Sulu and the crew of the U.S.S ExcelOn the planet Stentor, silence is not only golden it is the key to maintaining peace in world devastated by a great war But that calm is shattered when a group known as the Ghazi create a new technology that intercepts old Earth radio signals and rebroadcasts them across the planet Each day the din grows deafening When Captain Sulu and the crew of the U.S.S Excelsior are summoned to investigate sub space interference emanating from Stentor, Sulu and his communications officer Terra Spiro discover that the Ghazi actually believe the signals are the voices of the gods, and Sulu must disabuse them of this belief before the noise drives Stentor to war.
Star Trek Cacophony A Captain Sulu Adventure On the planet Stentor silence is not only golden it is the key to maintaining peace in world devastated by a great war But that calm is shattered when a group known as the Ghazi create a new technolo

  • Title: Star Trek Cacophony: A Captain Sulu Adventure
  • Author: John Malloy Peter David
  • ISBN: 9780671894832
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Audio Cassette
  • 1 thought on “Star Trek Cacophony: A Captain Sulu Adventure”

    1. A fun little story, not too deep and nothing really to do with Sulu himself, but still, a short simple idea and a good tale.

    2. It's a little unsettling to hear a Star Trek audio original with a plot more fitting to Star Wars.In this story, Capt. Sulu must find middle ground between the elite cast of a species who regard silence as literally sacred because of some war and a dissident group that thinks playing old radio shows from Earth is a brilliant form of protest. That must have been a really loud war for silence be considered both holy and a good target for the iconoclast.Also, radio programs from Earth? JeezThere's [...]

    3. 3 stars - Once I got past the very very creepy Earth radio broadcasts, I quite enjoyed this. There was a nice exploration of the dangers of silence, as well as issues that can come from free speech. Just wish Takei had had more lines :)

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