“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light” Review by TrekToday


TrekToday has a review up for  “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 living beings aboard, and needs the Enterprise‘s help to survive. Helping this new civilization meant taking risks, and the ever-present possibility of failure. Plus – to add even more urgency, ships belonging to the Jirol Salvage Guild arrive at the site, and some of those ships wanted to “help” – that is to help themselves to both the Osijemal and the Enterprise.

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Adam Selvidge
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