It is the twenty-third century. On the planet Vulcan, a crisis of unprecedented proportion has caused the convocation of the planet's ruling council -- and summoned the U.S.S. Enterprise from halfway across the galaxy to bring Vulcan's most famous son home in its hour of need.
As Commander Spock, his father, Sarek, and Captain James T. Kirk struggle to preserve Vulcan's future, the planet's innermost secrets are laid before us, from its beginnings millions of years ago to its savage prehistory, from merciless tribal warfare to medieval court intrigue, from the exploration of space to the development of o'thia -- the ruling ethic of logic. And Spock -- torn between his duty to Starfleet and the unbreakable ties that bind him to Vulcan -- must reconcile both his own inner conflict and the external dilemma his planet faces...lest the Federation itself be ripped asunder....Continua
For a greenbloodedpointyearedhighlylogical guy like me, living on this plante, this book is like a trip back home.
An amazing immersion in Vulcan history and society, still good even after