“Star Trek: 44 Vulcan’s Glory” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for D.C. Fontana‘s “Star Trek: 44 Vulcan’s Glory“: During her time on Star Trek, Dorothy Fontana was responsible for much of Spock’s character development, so it is no surprise that Spock plays a large role in Vulcan’s Glory. There is a lot to unpack with regards to Spock’s character in […]

“Star Trek: 44 Vulcan’s Glory” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: Prometheus: The Root of All Rage” Review by Unreality-SF

Unreality-SF has a review up for Bernd Perplies and Christian Humberg‘s “Star Trek: Prometheus: The Root of All Rage“: The beginning of the novel features repeated conversations where characters complain to each other that the Prometheus hasn’t actually uncovered much about the terrorist attacks it was tasked to investigate in Fire With Fire. This kind of thing takes up […]

“Star Trek: Prometheus: The Root of All Rage” Review by Unreality-SF

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 17 Boogeymen” Review by Deep Space Spines

Deep Space Spines has a review up for Mel Gilden‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 17 Boogeymen“: This week, Wesley takes inspiration from his childhood nightmares to conjure opponents for command scenario practice. But when a scientist friend of Picard’s is desperate to go off the grid, his plan coincides with Wesley’s holodeck creations in […]

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 17 Boogeymen” Review by Deep Space Spines

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Death in Winter” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Michael Jan Friedman‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Death in Winter“: While the Picard/Crusher romance is central to the novel, I found myself more interested in the Romulan political situation. Following the coup by Shinzon and his eventual death, the Romulan Empire finds itself in turmoil. Tal’aura, the […]

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Death in Winter” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Triangle: Imzadi II” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Peter David‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Triangle: Imzadi II“: In the final season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, an unexpected romance took shape: the brief romantic relationship between Deanna Troi and Worf. The seeds of it had been planted much earlier; some would argue that as […]

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Triangle: Imzadi II” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

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

TrekCore.com has a review up for Dayton Ward‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light“: Available Light is no exception, telling a thrilling action adventure tale as the Enterprise renders assistance to a large starship they encounter in deep space – one that appears, at first glance, not to have a crew. It is revealed that the starship […]

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

“Star Trek Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library” Review by The Trek Collective

The Trek Collective has a review up for Larry Nemecek‘s “Star Trek Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library“: In last couple of years there has been a big resurgence in Star Trek “non-fiction”, with everything from starship manuals, language, and history books, to more whimsical art, and comedic interludes. It’s been over a decade though since, Star Charts, […]

“Star Trek Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library” Review by The Trek Collective

How The Star Fleet Technical Manual Went From Fanfic to Canon And Back Again

We live in the Age of the Geek Ascendant. Every popular media franchise comes with dozens of books, comics and other extra materials that fill out the worlds we love in the gaps beyond the source material and our imaginations. The Internet puts all that information at fan’s fingertips, ready to settle (or start) arguments […]

How The Star Fleet Technical Manual Went From Fanfic to Canon And Back Again

“Star Trek: The Visual Dictionary” Review by The Trek Collective

The Trek Collective has a review up for Paul Ruditis‘s “Star Trek: The Visual Dictionary“: I was very excited when the first listings appeared for Dorling Kindersley’s Star Trek: The Visual Dictionary; owning a few of their Star Wars and Lego books, and being familiar with their many other books, I knew a Star Trek version of their information and image dense […]

“Star Trek: The Visual Dictionary” Review by The Trek Collective

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light” Review and Interview of Dayton Ward by Literary Treks

Literary Treks has a review up for  Dayton Ward‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light“: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Dan Gunther and Bruce Gibson welcome author Dayton Ward back to the show to discuss his newest Next Generation novel, Available Light. We talk about the fallout from the end of Section 31, Picard’s actions in […]

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light” Review and Interview of Dayton Ward by Literary Treks