That’s the transcript from one scene with Spock and Uhura, as narrated in the movie’s novelization for the audio book. The previous part is here.
If you spot any mistakes, let me know and I’ll correct them!
“They were alone in the lift. As had everyone else on board, she tried to think of something to say. And as happened to everyone else on board, she could not find words to express how she felt. Surely any words, she thought, no matter how well-meaning, would constitute an intrusion. Yet as the lift continued on its way she felt—she knew—that she had to say something.
‘I only wish I’d listened to that distress call more closely and sooner.’
How banal, she thought angrily as soon as she had spoken. How utterly, utterly inadequate. And stupid. Seeing her expression twist and deducing the reason, he peered down at her sympathetically. He, who had just lost his homeworld and the vast majority of his kind, had room enough within himself to feel compassion for her....