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Treklit.com has added a new review for David Mack‘s “Star Trek: Destiny Book 1: Gods Of Night”: More than any other story line in the Star Trek literary universe, Destiny has impacted the current state of Star Trek novels. Although the word has been overused in recent years, Destiny is nothing short of epic. A […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Christopher L. Bennett‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Greater than the Sum”: The fallout from the previous novels continues as the U.S.S. Rhea is attacked by the assimilated U.S.S. Einstein (see: Before Dishonor). A landing party from the Rhea investigating a nearby planet is also attacked and seemingly […]
My review of the Star Trek: Discovery novel The Enterprise War by John Jackson Miller!
Treklit.com has added a new review for Peter David‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Before Dishonor”: Following the defeat of the Borg in the novel Resistance, the massive cube has appeared dormant. Starfleet has assigned the U.S.S. Einstein to lead the investigation of the cube, and Admiral Kathryn Janeway insists on accompanying them, ignoring the […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Brad Ferguson‘s “Star Trek: 54 A Flag Full Of Stars”: I love when books “fill in the gaps” in Star Trek future history, and the so-called “lost years” are one of my favorite gaps to fill! The years between The Original Series and Star Trek: The Motion Picture […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Geoffrey Thorne‘s “Star Trek: Titan: Sword of Damocles”: In Greek literature, Damocles was a man who greatly admired King Dionysius for his wealth and power. Dionysius offered Damocles the opportunity to take his place on the throne for one day so that Damocles could experience having the king’s […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Charles Pellegrino and George Zebrowski‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 50 Dyson Sphere”: The massive Dyson Sphere introduced in the TNG episode “Relics” is a true marvel of engineering. In fact, that is a massive understatement. The Dyson sphere as shown would be an absolutely incredible work of […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Jean Lorrah‘s “Star Trek: 38 The Idic Epidemic”: If you are a long-time reader of Trek Lit Reviews, you may remember my review of the TOS novel The Vulcan Academy Murders by Jean Lorrah. I was very impressed with that novel, not so much by the plot (which […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Keith R.A. DeCandido‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Q&A”: The post-Nemesis voyages of the Enterprise continue! In this novel, Picard is assigned to explore the planet Gorsach IX, a strange, seemingly artificial world with an odd symmetry to everything on the surface. Complicating matters is the appearance of […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Diane Carey‘s “Star Trek: New Earth: Book 6: Challenger”: In this, the sixth and final novel in the New Earth miniseries, we find the focus of the main plot shifted away from the usual gang of Kirk and company. Rather, the main character is Commander Nick Keller, who […]
Dayton Ward & David R. George III were recently featured on Treklit.com to discuss their experiences with writing Star Trek novels : In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Dan Gunther and Bruce Gibson are joined by veteran Star Trek authors Dayton Ward and David R. George III to discuss how to write Star Trek […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Christopher L. Bennett‘s “Star Trek: Titan: Orion’s Hounds”: After the two previous novels in the Titan series dealing with the Romulan situation (plus a side quest to the Small Magellanic Cloud), we finally get the beginning of Titan’s mission of exploration beyond the borders of the Federation and […]
My review of the TOS novel The Captain’s Oath by Christopher L. Bennett! Plus: Star Trek book news!
Treklit.com has added a new review for J.M. Dillard‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Resistance”: The Borg. To the Federation, they are a menace and an existential threat. To Captain Jean-Luc Picard, it is much more personal. His experience as Locutus created wounds in his psyche that are not easily healed. The scars left behind […]
Treklit.com has added a new review for Dayton Ward‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light”: A strong continuation of the on-going story post-Nemesis, drawing a lot from the previous novels going all the way back to the A Time To series. Very excited to see this story continue, and the personal stakes for Picard […]