BOOK REVIEW: Watching the Clock, by Christopher L. Bennett

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: Department of Temporal Investigations (#1) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Time Travel Pages: 488 Publication Date: 2011 Verdict: 3/5 The Department of Temporal Investigations is all that stands between the Federation and total disaster. These brave men and women toil inContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Watching the Clock, by Christopher L. Bennett”

BOOK REVIEW: Lost Souls, by David Mack

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– –major spoilers– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: Destiny (#3) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 444 Publication Date: 2008 Verdict: 5/5   The Federation’s darkest hour is at hand. Thousnads of Borg cubes rampage through the Alpha Quadrant, obliterating all in their path. OnlyContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Lost Souls, by David Mack”

BOOK REVIEW: Mere Mortals, by David Mack

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: Destiny (#2) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 428 Publication Date: 2008 Verdict: 5/5   Titan has been captured by the Caeliar, the secretive species who captured the Columbia two centuries earlier. But while Captain Riker faces a choice between terribleContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Mere Mortals, by David Mack”

BOOK REVIEW: Gods of Night, by David Mack

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: Destiny (#1) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 423 Publication Date: 2008 Verdict: 5/5 For fifteen years, Jean-Luc Picard has known that the Borg would one day pose an existential threat to the Federation. Now that day has finallyContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Gods of Night, by David Mack”

It’s Been A Long Road: Looking Back at the Novels of Star Trek: Enterprise

Enterprise was the first Star Trek series I followed from start to finish, so it makes sense that the Enterprise novels are the first section of the sprawling litverse that I’ve completed. In such a sprawling setting, the Enterprise novels are maybe the most accessible way in. There are only nineteen of them, and they coverContinue reading “It’s Been A Long Road: Looking Back at the Novels of Star Trek: Enterprise”

BOOK REVIEW: Rosetta, by Dave Stern

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Enterprise, Season 4 Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Social SF/Space Opera Pages: 407 Publication Date: 2006 Verdict: 5/5 Enterprise has been recalled to Earth for a meeting that will make history, but first they have one final mission. The Confederacy is an ancientContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Rosetta, by Dave Stern”

BOOK REVIEW: Last Full Measure, by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Enterprise, Season 3 Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Military SF Pages: 336 Publication Date: 2006 Verdict: 4/5   Following the devastating Xindi strike on Earth, Enterprise seeks out the alien aggressors. On this voyage they are armed with a new weapon, the MACOs, elite soldiers whoContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Last Full Measure, by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels”

BOOK REVIEW: The Expanse, by J.M. Dillard

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Based on a Screenplay By: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga Era: Enterprise, Seasons 2-3 Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 247 Publication Date: 2003 Verdict: 4/5   Earth has been attacked. A probe from regions unknown has devastated the western hemisphere. RecalledContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Expanse, by J.M. Dillard”

BOOK REVIEW: Daedalus’s Children, by Dave Stern

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Enterprise, Season 2 Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 370 Publication Date: 2003 Verdict: 4/5 Stranded and held prisoner in a universe that is slowly poisoning them, Archer and the Enterprise crew find themselves being used as pawns in an alien war. But theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Daedalus’s Children, by Dave Stern”

BOOK REVIEW: Daedalus, by Dave Stern

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Enterprise, Season 2 Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 326 Publication Date: 2003 Verdict: 4/5 While investigating a spatial anomaly, Enterprise is boarded by hostile alien soldiers. Watching helplessly, Trip and Hoshi escape, only to find themselves pulled into a war thatContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Daedalus, by Dave Stern”