I was very excited to read The Autobiography of Kathryn Janeway by Una McCormack. And also very prepared. Voyager is “my Trek” and Kathryn Janeway is in every way “my captain”. I’d read the earlier rendition of Janeway’s pre-Voyager years, Mosaic— in fact, the discussion of that book was my first appearance on Women At Warp. I’d also read the two earlier “autobiographies” of Starfleet Captains James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard, both by David A. Goodman. I enjoyed all three of these books, and I had critiques of all three of these books. I expected the same from the latest entry, and those expectations were met. But my expectations were also exceeded, particularly in one specific area.