“Star Trek: Picard: The Last Best Hope” A Review by Treksphere.com

Treksphere.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: Picard: The Last Best Hope”:

“The Last Best Hope,” by Una McCormack, is a prologue to Star Trek: Picard. As all good science fiction does, the novel holds a mirror up to social issues and current events, such as the rise of nationalism, climate change, and the refugee crisis. Deeply concerned with the cracks in institutions and the voices of the marginalized, this is A Very Brexit Novel. Although some readers consider this book, and the series Picard, too dark, gritty, and disillusioned for the optimistic view of the future that Star Trek has always represented, it is important to note that utopia must be worked for and earned.

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Adam Selvidge
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