TV REVIEW: Star Trek: Picard, Season 2

There are going to be some major spoilers in this review. If you don’t want to know how this season ends, you’re better off not reading just yet. I loved Season One of Picard. Looking back at it two years later, it’s easy to see the flaws. It had a bit too much going on,Continue reading “TV REVIEW: Star Trek: Picard, Season 2”

TBR & BEYOND: May 2022

We’re a third of the way through the year, and that means only one thing. It’s time for more books! May is looking to be a fairly quiet month, so I should be clear to read more than in April. There’s not much more to say than that, so here we go with this month’sContinue reading “TBR & BEYOND: May 2022”

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”

AUDIO REVIEW: Star Trek: Picard: No Man’s Land

Takes place between Seasons 1&2 Full cast, including Michelle Hurd and Jeri Ryan 1 hour 39 minutes Released 22/02/2022 Raffi Musiker. Seven of Nine. Both women have messy histories when it comes to Starfleet, but both are determined to uphold the principles once embodied by that organisation. And as chaos spreads in the ruins ofContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEW: Star Trek: Picard: No Man’s Land”

TV REVIEW: Star Trek: Discovery, Season 4

Four seasons in, Discovery has finally settled on the show it wants to be. After the production chaos of the first two seasons (there are twenty-three producers credited with the show at this point) and the soft reboot of the third, the fourth season finally stands confidently on its own two feet. It acknowledges thatContinue reading “TV REVIEW: Star Trek: Discovery, Season 4”

TBR & BEYOND: April 2022

Welcome to the second quarter of the year, and another edition of TBR & Beyond. April should be a little less intense on the work side of things, so I’m hopeful for a lot more reading in the next thirty days. And if there’s a gap in posting towards the end of the month, it’sContinue reading “TBR & BEYOND: April 2022”

BOOK REVIEW: Wonderlands, by Una McCormack

A standalone novel Features the characters of Discovery Published by Pocket Books in 2021 Space Opera 333 pages ⭐⭐⭐ Michael Burnham has travelled to the distant future. Not knowing when her crew will arrive, Burnham must adapt to this strange new world. But with uncertain alliances, no Federation, and danger at every turn, the futureContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Wonderlands, by Una McCormack”

BOOK REVIEW: Dead Endless, by Dave Galanter

A standalone novel Features the characters of Discovery Published by Pocket Books in 2019 Space Opera 339 pages ⭐⭐ Paul Stamets steers the USS Discovery through the mycelial network, but is this network a simple series of passageways, or something more complex? And just who is the man calling himself Hugh, who seems to knowContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Dead Endless, by Dave Galanter”