“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

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light” Review by TrekToday

  TrekToday has a review up for Dayton Ward’s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light“: This book had very different stories within it; a political one dealing with the aftermath of the exposure of Section 31, and a classic Trek story of exploration.  After finding a supposedly derelict ship, the ship, the Osijemal, is found to have […]

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light” Review by TrekToday

“Star Trek: New Earth: Book 2: Belle Terre” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Dean Wesley Smith and Diane Carey‘s “Star Trek: New Earth: Book 2: Belle Terre”: The fleet of colony ships, escorted by the USS Enterprise, has finally arrived at their destination: the glistening world they have called Belle Terre. However, their adventure to colonize this planet, located far outside the […]

“Star Trek: New Earth: Book 2: Belle Terre” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 16 Contamination” Review by Deep Space Spines

Deep Space Spines has a review up for  John Vornholt‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 16 Contamination”: This week, Picard brings Worf and Troi together to solve the mystery of a suspicious death, but it’s not quite the match made in heaven it will be a few years from now. As the investigation drags on, […]

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 16 Contamination” Review by Deep Space Spines

“Star Trek: Articles of the Federation” Review by Literary Treks

Literary Treks has a review up for Keith R.A. DeCandido‘s “Star Trek: Articles of the Federation“: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Bruce Gibson and Dan Gunther welcome author Keith DeCandido back to the show to discuss his landmark novel, Articles of the Federation. We talk about The West Wing of the 24th century, linking this novel to […]

“Star Trek: Articles of the Federation” Review by Literary Treks

“Star Trek: New Earth: Book 1: Wagon Train To The Stars” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Diane Carey‘s “Star Trek: New Earth: Book 1: Wagon Train To The Stars“: Wagon Train to the Stars kicks off a six-book series that features the Enterprise  escorting a fleet of colony ships to a planet well off the beaten track. Along the way, they have to contend with pirates, […]

“Star Trek: New Earth: Book 1: Wagon Train To The Stars” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Dayton Ward interview by Paul Semel

Paul Semel recently interviewed Dayton Ward: While the Star Trek novels have always adhered to the canon created by the TV shows and movies, they’re not canonical themselves. But they do, ironically, have their own canon, complete with their own ongoing storylines. In the following email interview about his new Trek tale, Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light(paperback, Kindle), science […]

Dayton Ward interview by Paul Semel

“Star Trek: Titan: Taking Wing” Review by Literary Treks

Literary Treks has a review up for Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin‘s “Star Trek: Titan: Taking Wing“: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Dan Gunther and Bruce Gibson discuss the first novel in the Star Trek: Titan series, Taking Wing. We discuss the new ship and her diverse crew, a potential Romulan civil war, Spock’s role in […]

“Star Trek: Titan: Taking Wing” Review by Literary Treks

“Star Trek: Prometheus: In the Heart of Chaos” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for  Bernd Perplies and Christian Humberg‘s “Star Trek: Prometheus: In the Heart of Chaos“: The Star Trek: Prometheus trilogy represents a pretty significant milestone in Star Trek literature: the first time an original liscenced Star Trek story has been originally published in a language other than English. Conceived of by German publisher Cross Cult […]

“Star Trek: Prometheus: In the Heart of Chaos” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 15 Fortune’s Light” Review by Deep Space Spines

Deep Space Spines has a review up for Michael Jan Friedman‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 15 Fortune’s Light“: This week, while Riker plays undercover spy, Data plays third base. With the Priority One message not going to him and having to put the Enterprise in park in case Riker gets deep in it, Picard […]

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 15 Fortune’s Light” Review by Deep Space Spines

“Star Trek: The Original Series: The Weight of Worlds” Review by Motionpicturescomics.com

Motionpicturescomics.com has a review up for  Greg Cox‘s “Star Trek: The Original Series: The Weight of Worlds“: After reading Greg Cox’s novel The Rings of Time, I moved on to Mr. Cox’s next book: The Weight of Worlds.  As was The Rings of Time, this book is set during the era of the Original Series and the Enterprise’s five-year mission.  A Federation […]

“Star Trek: The Original Series: The Weight of Worlds” Review by Motionpicturescomics.com

“Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon: Book 3: Enemy Territory” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for  Keith R.A. DeCandido’s “Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon: Book 3: Enemy Territory“: The adventures of the crew of the I.K.S. Gorkon continue in the third book of the series. Continuing to explore the Kavrot sector, one of their fellow Chancellor-class starships, the Kravokh, is attacked and destroyed by a ship hailing from […]

“Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon: Book 3: Enemy Territory” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: Voyager: Spirit Walk Book 2: Enemy of My Enemy” Review by Literary Treks

Literary Treks has a review up for  Christie Golden‘s “Star Trek: Voyager: Spirit Walk Book 2: Enemy of My Enemy“: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Dan Gunther and Bruce Gibson are once again joined by Brandi Jackola to discuss Enemy of My Enemy. We talk about the Changeling’s plan, Jarem vs. Gradik Kaz, “Super Chakotay,” […]

“Star Trek: Voyager: Spirit Walk Book 2: Enemy of My Enemy” Review by Literary Treks

“Star Trek: The Lost Era: The Sundered” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Andy Mangels, Michael A. Martin‘s “Star Trek: The Lost Era: The Sundered“: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country was the first Trek film I saw in the theatre. I remember being amazed at seeing my heroes on the big screen; Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock leading the charge in preserving peace between […]

“Star Trek: The Lost Era: The Sundered” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: 52 Home Is The Hunter” Review by Deep Space Spines

Deep Space Spines has a review up for Dana Kramer-Rolls‘s “Star Trek: 52 Home Is The Hunter“: This week, Kirk squares off with Totally-Not-Q, who banishes three of his officers to tumultuous moments in Earth’s past. While he learns how to play nice with the Klingons and work out the god-alien’s inscrutable morality, his missing […]

“Star Trek: 52 Home Is The Hunter” Review by Deep Space Spines

“Star Trek: 12 Mutiny On The Enterprise” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Robert E. Vardeman‘s “Star Trek: 12 Mutiny On The Enterprise“: Although the Enterprise is badly in need of repairs and the crew requires rest, Starfleet orders Kirk to take her on an emergency mission to prevent war between the planets Ammdon and Jurnamoria. The Romulans have been making aggressive […]

“Star Trek: 12 Mutiny On The Enterprise” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 14 Exiles” Review by Deep Space Spines

Deep Space Spines has a review up for Howard Weinstein‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 14 Exiles“: This week brings enough environmental disaster to make Captain Planet’s head spin. Two planets, each in possession of something the other needs, must make nice before explosions both literal and figurative wipe them out. But the clock really […]

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 14 Exiles” Review by Deep Space Spines