T'hy'la (Star Trek: TOS novel)

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Zine
Title: T'hy'la
Publisher: Star Fleet Command
Editor:
Author(s): Anja W.
Cover Artist(s):
Illustrator(s):
Date(s): 1993, 1995
Medium: print zine, fanfic
Size:
Genre: slash
Fandom: Star Trek: TOS
Language: German
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T'hy'la is a Star Trek: TOS K/S slash novel in German by Anja W.

Issue 1

T'hy'la 1 was published in 1993 and has 71 pages.

Issue 2

T'hy'la 2 was published in 1995 and has 125 pages.

Summary: "Die Story setzt die Ereignisse der Filme 2-4 fort. Er erneutes Pon Farr von Spock führt zur Bindung mit Kirk, der seinen Freund auf keinen Fall noch einmal verlieren will. Kirk hat jedoch so seine Probleme mit einer dauerhaften homosexuellen Beziehung und versucht auszubrechen, u.a. mit einem Seitensprung mit Carol Marcus. Schließlich löst Spock die Bindung von sich aus, aber in einer Krisensituation erkennen beide doch, dass da immer noch etwas besonderes zwischen ihnen ist. Es ist schließlich ein langer Kampf mit allerhand Irrungen und Wirrungen, bis sie endgültig zueinander finden. Als Rahmenhandlung gibt es eine Liebesbeziehung von McCoy zu einer jungen Frau, wegen der er die Enterprise zwischenzeitlich verlässt. Die Beziehung scheitert allerdings."[1]

Rough translation: "The story continues the events of movies 2-4. Spock enters Pon Farr once again which leads him to bond with Kirk, who does wants to lose his friend again. Kirk has to however overcome his problems regarding a permanent homosexual relationship, and tries to break off his relationship with Spock by entering into an affair with Carol Marcus. The situation is finally resolved when the bond dissolves on its own but when a crisis situation arises both men recognize that there still is something special between them. It is only after a long struggle with all sorts of trials and tribulations that they finally find each other. Against this framework, McCoy is drawn to a young woman for whom he leaves the Enterprise. The relationship, however, fails.

References

  1. GSSU: Deutsche K/S Zines. (Accessed 21 May 2010)