BOOK REVIEW: Moments Asunder, by Dayton Ward

Book One of the Coda trilogy Part of the Litverse Published by Gallery Press in 2021 An apocalyptic Space Opera 339 pages Wesley Crusher returns to the Enterprise with a dire warning: Time itself is in danger. An unknown force is striking temporal hotspots across the Federation and beyond. The sheer scale of this threatContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Moments Asunder, by Dayton Ward”

BOOK REVIEW: Peaceable Kingdoms, by Dayton Ward

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: The Fall (#5) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 372 Publication Date: 2014 Verdict: 4/5   President pro tem Ishan Anjar threatens to take the Federation into the darkest point of its history. But is the President all heContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Peaceable Kingdoms, by Dayton Ward”

BOOK REVIEW: Paths of Disharmony, by Dayton Ward

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: Typhon Pact (#4) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 455 Publication Date: 2011 Verdict: 3/5   For generations, the Andorian people have faced a population crisis. In the wake of the Borg invasion, low birth rates could spell theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Paths of Disharmony, by Dayton Ward”

BOOK REVIEW: All That’s Left, by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-The Original Series Series: Seekers (#4) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Social SF Pages: 369 Publication Date: 2015 Verdict: 4/5 An archaeological dig is the unlikely target of an unknown alien vessel. Rushing to the rescue, the crew of the Endeavour find themselves facingContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: All That’s Left, by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore”

BOOK REVIEW: Point of Divergence, by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-The Original Series Series: Seekers (#2) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Social SF Pages: 351 Publication Date: 2014 Verdict: 3/5   The crews of the Sagittarius and the Endeavour face an escalating and deadly crisis as the Tomol people give in to theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Point of Divergence, by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore”

BOOK REVIEW: What Judgments Come, by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: The Original Series, Season 3 Series: Vanguard (#7) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 332 Publication Date: 2011 Verdict: 4/5   The Taurus Reach has one final chance for peace. As Klingons, Federation, and Romulans meet for diplomatic talks, Starbase 47Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: What Judgments Come, by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore”

BOOK REVIEW: Star Trek Vanguard: Declassified

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Contributors: Kevin Dilmore, David Mack, Marco Plamieri, Dayton Ward Era: The Original Series Series: Vanguard (#6) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 384 Publication Date: 2011 Verdict: 3/5   Starbase Vanguard and the Taurus Reach have earned a reputation for tragedy andContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Star Trek Vanguard: Declassified”

BOOK REVIEW: Open Secrets, by Dayton Ward

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: The Original Series Series: Vanguard (#4) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 426 Publication Date: 2009 Verdict: 5/5   Diego Reyes is no longer in command of Starbase 47. Facing a misconduct trial after leaking classified information to the media, heContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Open Secrets, by Dayton Ward”

BOOK REVIEW: Summon the Thunder, by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: The Original Series, Season 1 Series: Vanguard (#2) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 416 Publication Date: 2006 Verdict: 3/5   Despite the shocking loss of the USS Bombay, the crew of Starbase 47 continue their mission to uncover the secrets ofContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Summon the Thunder, by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore”