A few days ago, I posted a review of a "Star Wars" novel that discussed how far computer/video games have come in recent years, so, even though "Klingon" is reportedly based on a CD-ROM, I won't get into all that again. What I will say is that "Klingon" was a well-written "Star Trek" novel, which is to be expected from the husband/wife writing team of Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith. However, I'm not 100% sure that such a story would make a good computer game. True, the book had an engaging plot and would make a good movie or TV episode, but I can't see how a tale like "Klingon" would work in computer/video game form. One wonders how true the developers stayed to the script that was the basis for this novel. That doesn't mean the novel is bad; it just wasn't the action-packed, intense thrill ride that video/computer games usually are.