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Timetrap (ISBN 0671648705) is an original-series Star Trek novel by , published by Pocket Books in 1988. For the week of June 12, 1988, Timetrap was the fifth-best-selling paperback book on The New York Times Best Seller list. The novel originally sold for US$3.95 (equivalent to $8.37 in 2018). Timetrap is Pocket's 40th numbered novel from the retronymed Star Trek: The Original Series. Simon & Schuster released an e-book version in September 2000.

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  • Timetrap (ISBN 0671648705) is an original-series Star Trek novel by , published by Pocket Books in 1988. For the week of June 12, 1988, Timetrap was the fifth-best-selling paperback book on The New York Times Best Seller list. The novel originally sold for US$3.95 (equivalent to $8.37 in 2018). Timetrap is Pocket's 40th numbered novel from the retronymed Star Trek: The Original Series. Simon & Schuster released an e-book version in September 2000.
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  • Timetrap (ISBN 0671648705) is an original-series Star Trek novel by , published by Pocket Books in 1988. For the week of June 12, 1988, Timetrap was the fifth-best-selling paperback book on The New York Times Best Seller list. The novel originally sold for US$3.95 (equivalent to $8.37 in 2018). Timetrap is Pocket's 40th numbered novel from the retronymed Star Trek: The Original Series. Simon & Schuster released an e-book version in September 2000. The plot of the novel concerns Captain Kirk's kidnapping and brainwashing by Klingons to believe that he's time-traveled 100 years into his future. Ellen Cheeseman-Meyer, writing for Tor.com, described the story as dealing with the philosophy of perception and "drugs. Lots and lots of drugs."
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