“Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Light Fantastic” Review by Lessaccurategrandmother.blogspot.com

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When The Light Fantastic came out, Jeffrey Lang had been absent from Star Trek fiction for eight years, since his short story in Constellations (2006). By the mid-2010s, he was no longer in the Star Trek fiction “stable.” But suddenly he was back: it feels like a bit of compensation. “Well, Jeff, we heavily mined your novel Immortal Coil for a trilogy, but of course you don’t get anything for that. Would you like the chance to write a new novel at least?” If this is what happened, I don’t mind the results, because I like Jeff Lang’s writing, and the editors must not have minded either, because they would later invite him to do a DS9 novel as well.

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