“Music of the Spheres” Review by Deepspacespines.com

Deepspacespines.com has added a new review for Margaret Wander Bonanno‘s “Music of the Spheres”: This week, we’re taking Probe from the top, once more, with feeling. The same peace conferences, the same song decoding, the same stories about alien whales, but now we march to the beat of a different drummer—a beat that adds a […]

“Music of the Spheres” Review by Deepspacespines.com

Out Today: “Hailing Frequencies Open: Communication in Star Trek: the Next Generation (Critical Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy)”

Out today is another Essay On Star Trek, titled (take a big deep breath!) “Hailing Frequencies Open: Communication in Star Trek: the Next Generation (Critical Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy)”, by C. W. III Sullivan, Donald E. Palumbo, and Thomas D III Parham. Here’s the book’s synopsis: Star Trek: The Next Generation blended speculative science […]

Out Today: “Hailing Frequencies Open: Communication in Star Trek: the Next Generation (Critical Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy)”

“These Are the Voyages: Gene Roddenberry and Star Trek in the 1970’s; 1970-1975” Review by Treknews.net

Treknews.net has added a new review for Marc Cushman‘s “These Are the Voyages: Gene Roddenberry and Star Trek in the 1970’s; 1970-1975”: It’s easy to argue that the most vital time in the history of the Star Trek franchise is the 1970s. As The Original Series was axed off air but sustained in the form […]

“These Are the Voyages: Gene Roddenberry and Star Trek in the 1970’s; 1970-1975” Review by Treknews.net

“Star Trek: The Original Series: Foul Deeds Will Rise” Review by Motionpicturescomics.com

Motionpicturescomics.com has added a new review for Greg Cox‘s “Star Trek: The Original Series: Foul Deeds Will Rise”: Foul Deeds Will Rise is a sequel to the Original Series episode, “The Conscience of the King.” That episode ends with young Lenore Karidian exposed as a murderer and driven mad by the accidental death of her […]

“Star Trek: The Original Series: Foul Deeds Will Rise” Review by Motionpicturescomics.com

“Star Trek: The Original Series: The Antares Maelstrom” Review by Trektoday.com

Trektoday.com has added a new review for Greg Cox‘s “Star Trek: The Original Series: The Antares Maelstrom”: “A gold rush in space” sounded like a great idea for a Trek story, and this proved to be the case. Of course, the “gold” must be upgraded to the futurist Trek “pergium” but other than that, it’s […]

“Star Trek: The Original Series: The Antares Maelstrom” Review by Trektoday.com

Out Today: “Star Trek Adventures: Alpha Quadrant Sourcebook”

Out today is another Star Trek: Adventures RPG book, titled “Star Trek Adventures: Alpha Quadrant Sourcebook”, by Modiphius. Here’s the book’s synopsis: HOME, SWEET HOME. WE ARE ALL EXPLORERS DRIVEN TO KNOW WHAT’S OVER THE HORIZON, WHAT’S BEYOND OUR OWN SHORES. The Alpha Quadrant Sourcebook provides Gamemasters and Players with a wealth of information to […]

Out Today: “Star Trek Adventures: Alpha Quadrant Sourcebook”

“These Are the Voyages: TOS: Season 1 Revised and Expanded Edition” Review by Borg.com

Borg.com has added a new review for John D.F. Black and Marc Cushman and Mary Black and Susan Osborn‘s “These Are the Voyages: TOS: Season 1 Revised and Expanded Edition”: Marc Cushman’s adaptation of his own work, with Susan Osborn, smartly distills his lengthy first volume into the key narrative elements–Gene Roddenberry’s arrival in Hollywood, […]

“These Are the Voyages: TOS: Season 1 Revised and Expanded Edition” Review by Borg.com

Out Today: “Star Trek: The Original Series: The Antares Maelstrom”

Out today is another Star Trek: The Original Series book, titled “Star Trek: The Original Series: The Antares Maelstrom”, by Greg Cox. Here’s the book’s synopsis: Baldur-3 is an obscure planet just beyond the outer fringes of Federation space, until a group of struggling colonists discover vast quantities of the energy source pergium beneath the […]

Out Today: “Star Trek: The Original Series: The Antares Maelstrom”

“Star Trek: Discovery: The Enterprise War” Review by Blog.trekcore.com

Blog.trekcore.com has added a new review for John Jackson Miller‘s “Star Trek: Discovery: The Enterprise War”: Miller’s novels have a distinctive style: a lot of fun. That style continues in spades with The Enterprise War. While it deals with serious topics and has a strong message about the futility of war and the importance of […]

“Star Trek: Discovery: The Enterprise War” Review by Blog.trekcore.com

“Star Trek: Discovery: The Enterprise War” Review by Trektoday.com

Trektoday.com has added a new review for John Jackson Miller‘s “Star Trek: Discovery: The Enterprise War”: This book answers the question – what happened to Captain Pike and the USS Enterprise when they were away from the Federation-Klingon war. The events of this book lead right into Star Trek: Discovery: Season Two. Buy on Amazon.com […]

“Star Trek: Discovery: The Enterprise War” Review by Trektoday.com

“Star Trek: Discovery: The Way To The Stars” Review by Redshirtsalwaysdie.com

Redshirtsalwaysdie.com has added a new review for Una McCormack‘s “Star Trek: Discovery: The Way To The Stars”: Sylvia Tilly takes center stage in the latest Star Trek: Discovery tie-in novel as readers find out what events led her to join Starfleet. Buy on Amazon.com Buy On Books-A-Million.com Buy On Book Depository.com Find on E-Bay

“Star Trek: Discovery: The Way To The Stars” Review by Redshirtsalwaysdie.com

“Star Trek V: The Final Frontier” Review by Redshirtsalwaysdie.com

Redshirtsalwaysdie.com has added a new review for David Loughery and Harve Bennett and J.M. Dillard and William Shatner‘s “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier”: The novelization of Star Trek V: The Final Frontier expanded much of what was on screen and a lot of what wasn’t. What were these additions to a film that is […]

“Star Trek V: The Final Frontier” Review by Redshirtsalwaysdie.com

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light” Review by Redshirtsalwaysdie.com

Redshirtsalwaysdie.com has added a new review for Dayton Ward‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light”: If you are a big fan of the Star Trek tie-in novel line, the last year has probably been pure torture for you. Buy on Amazon.com Buy On Books-A-Million.com Buy On Book Depository.com Find on E-Bay

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light” Review by Redshirtsalwaysdie.com

“Star Trek Adventures” Review by Thewanderingalchemist.com

Thewanderingalchemist.com has added a new review for Aaron Pollyea and Ade Smith and Anthony Jennings and Bill Maxwell and Chris Adamek and Connor Magill and Dan Taylor and Dave Chapman and Dayton Ward and Giles Pritchard and Grzegorz Pedrycz and Guillem Pongiluppi and Jim Johnson and John Snead and Jonathan Breese and Joseph Diaz and […]

“Star Trek Adventures” Review by Thewanderingalchemist.com

“Star Trek: Cast No Shadow” Review by Sciencefiction.com

Sciencefiction.com has added a new review for James Swallow‘s “Star Trek: Cast No Shadow”: A cataclysmic multidimensional explosion rips through Klingon space, killing thousands. It is an act of terrorism on a galactic scale. The blast threatens the tenuous peace treaty between the Klingon Empire and the Federation. The sect thought responsible has not been […]

“Star Trek: Cast No Shadow” Review by Sciencefiction.com

“Star Trek: Lost Scenes” Review by Sciencefiction.com

Sciencefiction.com has added a new review for Curt McAloney and David Tilotta‘s “Star Trek: Lost Scenes”: We’ve all heard that one before, trumpeted as it is from countless clickbait articles and behind the scenes books. It’s the sort of claim that reference works love to make, that any self-respecting production documentary aspires to. But let’s […]

“Star Trek: Lost Scenes” Review by Sciencefiction.com