Tor.com has added a new review for S.D. Perry‘s “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Avatar Book Two”: On the whole, this novel is shorter than the previous one, and better paced. While the upside is a faster read, the downside is that a few elements feel rushed. Buy on Amazon.com Buy On Books-A-Million.com Buy On […]
Tor.com has added a new review for S.D. Perry‘s “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Avatar Book One”: Avatar, Book One kicks off the DS9 Relaunch in a deft and accomplished manner. Perry adds significant depth to Jake Sisko, and in general does an incredible job with the voice of every character (the one exception would […]
The question of what happens to the DS9 slice of the Trek universe after the series finale was already answered—and may well continue to be answered—by a different set of writers. Their names include S.D. Perry, Jeffrey Lang, David Weddle, Keith R. A. DeCandido, David R. George III, Heather Jarman, Michael A. Martin, Andy Mangels, […]
You need something to get you through the cold, dark days until you can finally Trek Into Darkness, but Star Trek novels are so much more than something to tide you over until the movie comes out. … From 2012, but still a great article about what you can read instead of watch.
While CBS has not announced when season three of Star Trek Discovery will launch on their All-Access platform, we do know, at the very least, that there will be more Star Trek before that, as there… A great look at the expanded universe by Trek author Keith R.A. DeCandido.