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,” […]
A new book about STAR TREK: THE ANIMATED SERIES is coming this September. I’ve added it to the site: www.startrekbookclub.com/books/star-trek-the-official-guide-to-the-animated-series/
We talked to Star Trek writer DC Fontana about creating Spock’s family in The Original Series and beyond.
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 […]
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 […]
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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 […]
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 […]
Literary Treks has a review up for Keith R.A. DeCandido‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 9 A Time For War, A Time For Peace“: A Time for War, A Time for Peace is the ninth and final novel in the A Time To series. Unlike other entries in the series, this novel is not a part of a […]
Enterprising Individuals recently featured David R. George III: New York Times and USA Today best-selling author David R. George III is back on the show this week for a look at the finale of Star Trek: The Next Generation, a tour de force, feature-length episode that celebrates the genius and success of the series it […]
Literary Treks has a review up for Christie Golden’s “Star Trek: Voyager: Spirit Walk Book 1: Old Wounds“: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Dan Gunther and Bruce Gibson are joined by Brandi Jackola to discuss Old Wounds by Christie Golden. We talk about new tensions among the Voyager crew, Torres and Paris taking a side quest on Boreth, […]
Deep Space Spines has a review up for V.E. Mitchell‘s “Star Trek: 51 Enemy Unseen“: This week, we return to one of the least revisited eras of Trek for a whodunit with the second-string team. An overbearing seductress causes problems for her daughter and her ex; the ship’s guests have a Gordian knot of ideas about harmony […]
Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Carolyn Clowes‘s “Star Trek: 49 The Pandora Principle“: The backstory for Saavik is one that always fascinated me. Although it never made it into the finished film, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan was to initially establish her as having a Romulan background and an unorthodox childhood. Unfortunately, […]
This is part of a continuing series where we get to know the masterminds behind the RPG that goes where no RPG has ever gone before : Star Trek Adventures.
To celebrate all the news that came out of the Las Vegas Star Trek convention, we’re taking a look at the second Star Trek: Discovery novel that features the…
ReExamined Reads: Some insight into how Star Trek novels are reviewed
Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Keith R.A. DeCandido‘s “Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon: Book 2: Honor Bound“: Honor Bound, which is the second book in the I.K.S. Gorkon series, is the culmination of the story began in the previous novel, A Good Day to Die. The Children of San-Tarah have emerged victorious over the crew of […]
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Literary Treks has a review up for D.C. Fontana‘s “Star Trek: 44 Vulcan’s Glory“: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Bruce Gibson and Dan Gunther talk about Vulcan’s Glory, written by Original Series writer Dorothy “D.C.” Fontana. We discuss the references to past Star Treksuch as The Animated Series, the crew of the Enterprise under Pike’s command, how well we feel […]
Deep Space Spines has a review up for A.C. Crispin‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 13 The Eyes Of The Beholders“: This week, while Picard allows a mysterious beam to pull the Enterprise to its source to get to the bottom of some recent disappearances, the rest of the crew experiences a different kind of […]