Trektoday.com has added a new review for Gene Roddenberry‘s “Star Trek: The Motion Picture 40th Anniversary Edition”: Honestly? I’m about to commit blasphemy. I’m not always a fan of Roddenberry’s writing. I find it to be sometimes juvenile (Kirk’s mother’s “first love instructor” anyone?) and overly idealistic. The “new humans” made me roll my eyes. […]
Out today is another Essays On Star Trek book, titled “The First Star Trek Movie: Bringing the Franchise to the Big Screen 1969-1980“, by Sherilyn Connelly. The history of Star Trek’s resurrection, between the 1969 cancellation of the original series and the 1979 release of Star Trek-The Motion Picture, has become legend. Like many legends, […]
Out today is another Star Trek Movie Novelizations book, titled “Star Trek: The Motion Picture 40th Anniversary Edition“, by Gene Roddenberry. Celebrate the 40th anniversary of Star Trek: The Motion Picture with this classic movie novelization written by legendary Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry! The original five-year mission of the Starship Enterprise to explore strange […]
Trek.fm has added a new review for Peter David‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Vendetta”: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Bruce Gibson and Dan Gunther discuss the TNG novel Vendetta by Peter David. We talk about Picard’s mysterious connection to a woman with a vendetta, the horrors of a Borg attack, Geordi’s quixotic […]
Unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com has added a new review for David Mack‘s “Star Trek: Vanguard: Harbinger”: Well, I’ve decided to pick up David Mack’s VANGUARD series after reading watching the latest season of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY. I really liked his fusion of both the Original Series era with the 2017 CBS series, having only a few seams showing […]
Deepspacespines.com has added a new review for John Vornholt‘s “Star Trek: 61 Sanctuary”: This week, a high-speed chase leads the Enterprise to a planet rumored to guarantee asylum with no credit check and no money down. But when Kirk takes the pursuit planetside, he quickly learns that ships that check in don’t check out. Now […]
My review of the Star Trek: Discovery novel The Enterprise War by John Jackson Miller!
Out today is another Behind The Scenes and Making Of book, titled “Star Trek: Picard: The Classic Chronicles”, by Titan Books. Here’s the book’s synopsis: A behind-the-scenes guide to the voyages of Captain Jean-Luc Picard! This deluxe collector’s edition offers an inside look at Patrick Stewart’s fan-favorite Star Trek character, including interviews with Patrick Stewart, […]
Trek.fm has added a new review for Aaron Harvey and Rich Schepis‘s “Star Trek: The Official Guide to the Animated Series”: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Dan Gunther and Bruce Gibson are joined by Aaron Harvey, Trek.fm host and co-author of Star Trek: The Official Guide to the Animated Series. We discuss his […]
The Nog actor passed away today at age 50.
The year was 1967, or stardate 3196.1, when Alva Underwood first tuned into an episode of Star Trek.
Deepspacespines.com has added a new review for Peter David‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Imzadi”: This week, Riker has had a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day, and by “day” I mean “four decades”. But then he suddenly remembers he lives in Star Trek and hijacks the Guardian of Forever to take a mulligan. Meanwhile, […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Peter David‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Before Dishonor”: Following the defeat of the Borg in the novel Resistance, the massive cube has appeared dormant. Starfleet has assigned the U.S.S. Einstein to lead the investigation of the cube, and Admiral Kathryn Janeway insists on accompanying them, ignoring the […]
Tor.com has added a new review for David Weddle and Jeffrey Lang‘s “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Section 31: Abyss”: Progress: As Section 31: Abyss opens, something large—very large—is headed to DS9. This turns out to be Nog’s plan from Avatar, Book Two to solve the problem of the station’s power needs since the loss […]
Trek.fm has added a new review for Peter David‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Before Dishonor”: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Bruce Gibson and Dan Gunther discuss Before Dishonor by Peter David. We talk about the newly-evolved Borg, Seven of Nine’s role in the story, Ambassador Spock, unexpected actions taken by Picard’s crew, […]
Pjmedia.com has added a new review for David Gerrold and Marc Cushman and Susan Osborn‘s “These Are the Voyages: TOS: Season 3”: In the introduction to the edition of These are the Voyages that covered the show’s first season, Cushman says that when he first proposed the books to Roddenberry in the late-1980s, the producer […]
Deepspacespines.com has added a new review for L.A. Graf‘s “Star Trek: 60 Ice Trap”: A cold front moves in this week as the planet Nordstral faces a host of problems. Medical staff aboard an orbital pharmaceutical station have gone cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs; a team of researchers has been lost in a shuttle accident; and […]
Geeksofdoom.com has added a new review for Aaron Harvey and Rich Schepis‘s “Star Trek: The Official Guide to the Animated Series”: This week marks the 53rd anniversary of the premiere of the original Star Trek television series, and though it aired only for three seasons, it ended up being the start of one of the […]
Out today is another Children’s Book, titled “Baby Geek”, by Mark Mazzenga. Here’s the book’s synopsis: A fun, quirky A to Z introduction to all things geeky runs the gamut from Dungeons and Dragons to super heroes; from wizards to warp drive; from Middle Earth to galaxies far, far away. Cool, colorful illustrations and snappy, […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Brad Ferguson‘s “Star Trek: 54 A Flag Full Of Stars”: I love when books “fill in the gaps” in Star Trek future history, and the so-called “lost years” are one of my favorite gaps to fill! The years between The Original Series and Star Trek: The Motion Picture […]