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 […]
Trek Today has a great preview of the upcoming “Star Trek The Next Generation: The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D Illustrated Handbook” book by Hero Collector. “The Galaxy-class U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D, presented in more detail than ever before. This deluxe hardcover of Captain Picard’s Enterprise features the ship’s operational history, illustrations of all the key locations including the bridge, main […]
Trek Today has a review up for Una McCormack‘s “Star Trek: Discovery: The Way To The Stars“: The Way to the Stars is the story of Sylvia Tilly as a sixteen-year-old. The story of the young Tilly is framed by a prologue and epilogue set on the USS Discovery, in the quarters that she shares with Michael […]
Trek Today has a review up for M. Keith Booker‘s “Star Trek: A Cultural History“: Covering all of the series, but with a very heavy emphasis on the original series, readers get to see how Star Trek fit into the world of the 1960s and beyond; comparing it to other television shows airing during that time, as well […]
Trek Today has a review up for Joe Nazzaro ‘s “Star Trek: The Art of John Eaves“: One of the more interesting things to me was Eaves’ explaining why he made certain shapes for various items, and on what he based those ships and props. A few of the various inspirations were horseshoes, Catholic Church architecture, […]
Trek Today has a review up for “Star Trek Voyager: Architects of Infinity“: Trek fans will like the exploration aspect of the story; the strange planet and its mysteries. I’m sure we will be hearing more about this in Beyer’s next book.