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reviewed A Burning House (Star Trek: Klingon E.... October 06, 2010
A Burning House (Star Trek: Klingon Empire)
Keith R.A. DeCandido brings fans of the IKS Gorkon series deep into the lives of Klingons in "A Burning House." Picking up after the events of the third IKS Gorkon novel ("Enemy Territory") …
reviewed Night of the Living Trekkies. August 18, 2010
Night of the Living Trekkies
I will admit it. I love Star Trek and I love Zombies. Who doesn't? When I saw this was a combination of the two I had to have it. I was not disappointed. But this story is not just a thoughtless excuse …
reviewed Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home. June 12, 2010
Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home
"Star Trek IV" remains my favorite Star Trek movie of all time, the combination of humor, social message and action make it a great story. This book is an excellent novelization of the movie, McIntyre …
Star Trek: New Frontier: Treason (Star Trek : New
The latest novel of the Star Trek: New Frontier series is definitely not a let down. I was a bit concerned that with how disappointing Peter David's previous Trek novel, Before Dishonor (Star Trek: The …
reviewed Star Trek: Unspoken Truth. April 10, 2010
Star Trek: Unspoken Truth
I've come across more than a few reviews of this book online, and the one gleaming review posted on Amazon at the time of this posting. The reviews have really lauded this book as great, a must-read, …
Captain's Glory (Star Trek) by William Shatner, Garfield Reeves-Stevens, and Judith Reeves-Stevens
Review Disclaimer: When listening to an audio book, it's harder to take notes to write a more detailed review (usually I'm driving). Because I also came into the trilogy with the final novel (an abridged …
reviewed The World of Star Trek: The Show The .... January 06, 2010
THE WORLD OF STAR TREK The Show The Network Could Not Kill!
David Gerrold was the writer of "The Trouble with Tribbles", one of the most popular episodes of the Star Trek television saga. This book is a combination of a brief historical rendition of the show and …
reviewed War Drums. January 04, 2010
War Drums
Selva is a planet with lush vegetation, fertile soil and massive oceans that appear dead due to high ion concentrations. Due to the shifts of borders between the Klingons, Romulans and the Federation, …
reviewed Guises of the Mind. December 21, 2009
Guises of the Mind
This is not one of the better Star Trek novels, while tolerable; there is a lack of flow and engagement of the reader. The planet Capulon IV is being admitted to the Federation at the same time that crown …
reviewed The Wrath of Khan. November 28, 2009
The Wrath of Khan
This book suffers from the affliction that all novelizations of exciting and dramatic motion pictures must suffer from. It is simply not possible to put the dynamic tension of the Kirk/Khan battle and …
reviewed Yesterday's Son. November 27, 2009
Yesterday's Son
Like so many of the best books about the characters from the Star Trek original series, this one takes as the starting point events in an episode from the original series. Even better in this case, it …
Cox's Assignment: Eternity
Gary Seven was the one spin-off that for whatever reason never took place.(remember Spock mentioning that Gary was in for many exciting adventures ahead per history). He was an interesting combination …
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