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by Alan Gratz

Free eBook The Assassination Game (Starfleet Academy) download ISBN: 1442420588
Author: Alan Gratz
Publisher: Simon Spotlight (June 26, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 320
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Size MP3: 1158 mb
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Rating: 4.4
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But when a series of terrorist attacks rock the usually placid Starfleet Academy campus, it becomes clear that somebody is playing the game for real

But when a series of terrorist attacks rock the usually placid Starfleet Academy campus, it becomes clear that somebody is playing the game for real. Simon Spotlight June 2012 Ages 12 and Up. Follow Online.

The Assassination Game is simple, Nadja told them. Each of you will be given the name of another player. In his other hand, Kirk waggled a golden Starfleet Academy badge with McCoy’s name and serial number engraved on the back. Kirk grinned apologetically. Track down and assassinate that player. When you score a kill, you inherit your victim’s target. If you are killed, you’re out. The game ends when only one player remains. The cadets around the room broke into quiet but animated discussions. Kirk clapped his hands and wrung them like a supervillain in an old holo-novel.

Author Alan Gratz brings us the last Starfleet Academy book for the Kelvin timeline. The Assassination Game deals with students who use a sporke to take out their chosen prey but the woman who is running the game is also apart of a much larger origination within Starfleet itself. The Varkolak are visiting Earth for the inter-species medical conference while the game is going on and Cadet Kirk who is playing the game is also charged with helping guard them. But in Kirk fashion he doesn't follow t Author Alan Gratz brings us the last Starfleet Academy book for the Kelvin timeline.

The Assassination Game is a young adult novel by Alan Gratz, the fourth in the Starfleet Academy series.

The Assassination Game. 0 5 Author: Alan Gratz. When a terrorist attack rocks Starfleet Academy, it’s clear someone has a very serious-and very deadly-secret agenda. The rules are simple: Draw a target. Track him down and kill him with a spork. Take your victim’s target for your own. Oh, and make sure the player with your name doesn’t get to you first.

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When a terrorist attack rocks Starfleet Academy, it’s clear someone has a very serious-and very deadly-secret agenda. When a terrorist attack rocks Starfleet Academy, it's clear someone has a very serious-and very deadly-secret agenda. Track him down and "kill" him with a spork.

Starfleet Security had wanted to know everything he heard and saw before, during, and after the explosion, and Kirk had told them everything he could remember

You can read book Assassination Game by Alan Gratz in our library for absolutely free. Starfleet Security had wanted to know everything he heard and saw before, during, and after the explosion, and Kirk had told them everything he could remember. What did Lartal do at the overlook when they visited yesterday? Mostly sniff around and mark park benches.

Any one read any other books by Alan Gratz? I've read his short story in "Tomo: Friendship Through . I believe that the book is out when I'm holding an actual copy, considering how many times the book has been pushed back.

Any one read any other books by Alan Gratz? I've read his short story in "Tomo: Friendship Through Fiction" not long ago. it was pretty good. ca has a listing for book 5, but the release date isn't till August 27, 2013. But I've really been enjoying the series, just like I enjoyed the original Starfleet Academy series back in the 90's. tomswift2002, Apr 8, 2012.

When a terrorist attack rocks Starfleet Academy, it’s clear someone has a very serious—and very deadly—secret agenda.The rules are simple: Draw a target. Track him down and “kill” him with a spork. Take your victim’s target for your own. Oh, and make sure the player with your name doesn’t get to you first. No safe zones. No time-outs. The game ends when only one player remains. James T. Kirk is playing for fun. Leonard “Bones” McCoy is playing to get closer to a girl. But when a series of terrorist attacks rock the usually placid Starfleet Academy campus, it becomes clear that somebody is playing the game for real. Is it one of the visiting Varkolak, on Earth to attend an intergalactic medical conference? Or could it be a member of a super-secret society at the Academy dedicated to taking care of threats to the Federation, no matter what rules they have to break to do it? Find out in The Assassination Game, the fourth installment in Spotlight’s exciting series for teens.
User reviews
Kriau
Familiar characters with some of their back story. Enjoyably written with good pace and wit. Characters are from the recent reboot, but repeated echos of the original series can be spotted by the fans of the original series. Definitely written for the young adult crowd, still fun for the older fan in withdrawal waiting for the second movie. Given the constraints of the series (if you don't realize the author can't kill Spock or Kirk you probably can't read at this level any way), the pace and side stories distract you from the obvious solution to the mystery. All the clues are given, so if you are one who likes to feel good about themselves for solving the mystery before the characters this should be a gimme. Otherwise, enjoy it for what it is-- a fun few hours with friends. If you liked the new movie, you'll enjoy this book.
Pruster
I wasn't a huge fan of Star Trek, but you don't have to know too much to follow the characters in this updated, exciting story with lots of mystery, suspense and sporks. You never know what to expect! I'm aware this is a kid's book and I'm way beyond that age -- but some stories are just plain fun, and this is one of them!
Bine
I read all the books in this series and it’s fun and a quick read.
Damand
Really enjoyed this story. Very well written
Please write more! Particularly liked Uhura and Spock.
The Academy is a great rd at setting
Samardenob
I wasn't sure what to make of it at first, but after starting to read it, I find it one of the funniest books in the series. And it has... Pavel Checkov! My favorite character returns!

Spoons and Transporters. That's really all you need to know. >:D

Although I thought the new species of "werewolf people" or whatever were a little bit of a stretch.... They didn't seem to really fit in the Star Trek universe. More like the author was trying to play up the popular themed which includes "werewolves/vampires etc". Don't get me wrong, I love the wolf-people and their unique language only Uhura seemed to be able to translate (which is just amusing to read, btw). Even if they don't seem to "fit in" in the grand scheme of things...

If you keep an open mind, and just enjoy the book for what it is, you'll find an adventure full of mystery, action, humor (lots of humor in this one), a game revolving around spoons as weapons and - the best part - transporters. After reading the ending, I will admit, I'll never quite look at transporters the same way again. Go Checkov! :D
ZloyGenii
This was another one of my favorite books because not only was the story line great. But I just love the bill-up of the Spock, Uhura relationship this is one of best relationship ever because they are two different people from two different planets but able to make this relationship work mainly because of the special person that Uhura is even though they almost broke up in the end. I hope there is another book on the way.
Balhala
This was probably the best Star Fleet Academy book yet. The continuity was so much better and the mystery itself was very well constructed. Not to mention that this author made much better use of the established Star Trek mythology in order to provide a nerd worthy experience.
I've really got a kick out of reading this series based off of the 2009 reboot timeline with the TOS characters. Kirk is naturally Kirky with all sorts of charm oozing out to help him still out of trouble ( well...what he can charm his way out of) and really popular with the ladies. Bones' friendship with Jim is bright to light as they're roommates and just starting to figure out one another. Uhura is a brainy broad that Spock is certainly taking notice of and the reader gets to see a bit of their relationship evolve into 'something more than' as well. Sulu comes into the picture but not much and Chevok is even worse. In fact I'm not even sure if Scotty gets a shout out. Oh well get read for the those looking for something to enjoy during a plane ride or a couple of leisurely eaten lunches.