“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 1 Ghost Ship” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 1 Ghost Ship“:

Ghost Ship begins in the year 1995 with a Soviet aircraft carrier encountering a strange phenomenon. Right off the bat, if you are familiar at all with history, alarm bells should be ringing. This book was published in 1991, and at the time it was written, no one could have predicted that the Soviet Union would fall within the year. Owing to the specific window in which it was published, the novel contains a glaring anachronism with the Soviet Union surviving until at least 1995! Of course, perhaps the Soviet Union didn’t collapse in 1991 in the Star Trek universe. After all, in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (released in 1986), the city of Leningrad is referred to by that name. In 1991, Leningrad’s name reverted back to Saint Petersburg once the USSR became Russia once again. In this universe, in any case!

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Adam Selvidge
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