Trekmovie.com has added a new review for David Mack’s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Collateral Damage”
Trekmovie.com has added a new review for Greg Cox‘s “Star Trek: The Original Series: The Antares Maelstrom”: While Khan Noonien Singh, brilliant man out of time that he was, chased Admiral Kirk into the Mutara Nebula, he paraphrased Captain Ahab’s vow about chasing Moby Dick around the Norway Maelstrom and into the very gates of […]
Trekmovie.com has added a new review for Christopher L. Bennett‘s “Star Trek: The Original Series: The Captain’s Oath”: The Captain’s Oath tells the story of James T. Kirk’s first starship command aboard the Hermes-class Scout USS Sacagawea, intercut with the early days of his command of the Enterprise. The plot centers around a number of […]
Trekmovie.com has added a new review for Una McCormack‘s “Star Trek: Discovery: The Way To The Stars”: One of the most popular (if divisive) characters on Star Trek: Discovery is Ensign Sylvia Tilly: science whiz, motormouth, and bestie extraordinaire. On the show, we know her as a young prodigy with dreams of being a starship […]
Trekmovie.com has added a new review for Aaron Harvey and Rich Schepis‘s “Star Trek: The Official Guide to the Animated Series”: Star Trek: The Animated Series (TAS) has been a bit of black sheep of the Trek franchise. At times considered apocryphal, more recently it has been welcomed into the CBS Trek franchise with a […]
Trekmovie.com has added a new review for John Jackson Miller‘s “Star Trek: Discovery: The Enterprise War”: John Jackson Miller’s The Enterprise War answers all of these questions and more in quite possibly the most entertaining, thorough, and exciting way possible. This new novel is not just my favorite Star Trek: Discovery tie-in novel, it ranks […]
TrekMovie.com has a review up for Dayton Ward‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light“: This novel takes the reader through a solid first contact story showcasing Captain Picard’s skills as both a diplomat and a warrior, but also confronts our Captain with an ethical dilemma based on his actions in previous novels. While Starfleet itself […]
Plus, we ask the actress if she’d never consider writing a memoir about her ‘Voyager’ days.
TrekMovie recently featured Kate Mulgrew to discuss her new memoir “How To Forget“: O Captain! My Captain! They say you’re not supposed to meet your heroes, but what happens when you do, and your hero is everything you wanted her to be, and more? Here’s what happens: you get swept up in her thoughtful eloquence, […]
Trek Movie has a review up for “Live Long And . . . What I Might Have Learned Along the Way“: Is it a memoir? A self-help book? A story of woe? A tale of triumph? William Shatner’s latest memoir, Live Long and… What I Learned Along the Way is all of these, and more. Advice that’s […]
David Mack was featured on TrekMovie.com for an interview about his experiences with the Star Trek franchise: Rich Schepis spoke with the author about his Star Trek fandom, his favorite novel and the franchise’s enduring legacy. Check out David Mack‘s books on his author page!
TrekMovie.com has a review up for “Star Trek: Discovery: Fear Itself“: It is this keen insight into the core of Saru’s character that drives the narrative of Fear Itself, as the Kelpien lieutenant finds himself at the center of a conflict between two previously unknown alien races, struggling to prevent the loss of life and maintain […]
TrekMovie has posted a review of “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Cats” The Next Generation follow-up to ‘Star Trek Cats’ has us purring.
TrekMovie.com recently featured Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore: Chemistry is that one intangible that either exists in a situation or doesn’t, and has contributed to form some of the greatest partnerships of all-time, including Lennon/McCartney, Kirk/Spock, and Star Trek writing partners Kevin Dilmore and Dayton Ward. In fact, the duo is perhaps the greatest off-screen […]