There And Back Again: Looking Back at the Star Trek Voyager Relaunch

Voyager holds a unique place in the Star Trek canon. It is the only show that started with a goal – to bring the ship home to the Alpha Quadrant. (In theory, Deep Space Nine also had a set goal of bringing Bajor into the Federation, but this was largely forgotten as the show wentContinue reading “There And Back Again: Looking Back at the Star Trek Voyager Relaunch”

BOOK REVIEW: Enemy of My Enemy, by Christie Golden

Spirit Walk (#2) Part of the Litverse Focuses on the Voyager crew Published by Pocket Books in 2004 A Space Opera 292 pages Captain Chakotay has been abducted by the mad scientist Crell Moset. In his place, in command of Voyager, sits a Changeling with an agenda of their own. Only a few suspect theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Enemy of My Enemy, by Christie Golden”

BOOK REVIEW: Old Wounds, by Christie Golden

Spirit Walk (#1) Part of the Litverse Focuses on the Voyager crew Published by Pocket Books in 2004 A Space Opera 273 pages Under the command of newly-minted Captain Chakotay, Voyager returns to action. Their first mission is to relocate a group of colonists. But will Chakotay allow his Maquis past to influence his leadership,Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Old Wounds, by Christie Golden”

BOOK REVIEW: The Farther Shore, by Christie Golden

Book Two of the Homecoming duology Part of the Litverse Focuses on the Voyager crew Published by Pocket Books in 2003 A domestic Space Opera 275 pages A virulent Borg plague spreads across the Earth. With corruption at the heart of Starfleet, only Janeway and her crew can save the planet. But they are scattered.Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Farther Shore, by Christie Golden”

BOOK REVIEW: Oblivion’s Gate, by David Mack

Book Three of the Coda trilogy Part of the Litverse Published by Gallery Press in 2021 An apocalyptic Space Opera 422 pages It’s the end of everything. As the Devidians devour all of creation, the survivors of Starfleet prepare for one last stand. But when even victory means the end of their universe, will thisContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Oblivion’s Gate, by David Mack”

BOOK REVIEW: The Ashes of Tomorrow, by James Swallow

Book Two of the Coda trilogy Part of the Litverse Published by Gallery Press in 2021 An apocalyptic Space Opera 342 pages The end of the universe is nigh, but no one is willing to do what is necessary. No one, except Jean-Luc Picard. Calling in every favour and every friend and ally he has,Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Ashes of Tomorrow, by James Swallow”

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: Fortune of War, by David Mack

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: Titan (#9) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 349 Publication Date: 2017 Verdict: 5/5   Two decades since their destruction, the technological legacy of the Husnock threatens Galactic peace. As numerous factions fight over the remnants of the Husnock,Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Fortune of War, by David Mack”

BOOK REVIEW: Takedown, by John Jackson Miller

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 353 Publication Date: 2015 Verdict: 4/5   Admiral Riker has gone rogue. Commandeering the USS Aventine, he launches a series of strikes against allies of the Federation. But what has prompted this shocking betrayal of duty?Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Takedown, by John Jackson Miller”

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”