BOOK REVIEW: Resistance, by J. M. Dillard

Click here for more Star Trek content A standalone novel Part of the Litverse The Next Generation Relaunch Published by Pocket Books in 2007 Space Opera 306 pages ⭐⭐⭐ Returning to diplomatic duty after the rise and fall of Praetor Shinzon, the Enterprise and its crew are ready to put the past behind them. ButContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Resistance, by J. M. Dillard”

Star Trek Crew Builder: Captains

Welcome to the last in a series of articles wherein I attempt to build the ideal crew for a ship, using characters from the many variations of Star Trek. To be a candidate, all you need is to be a series regular on one of Star Trek‘s TV incarnations, from The Original Series onwards. Now that we’veContinue reading “Star Trek Crew Builder: Captains”

Star Trek Crew Builder: First Officers

Welcome to the second in a series of articles wherein I attempt to build the ideal crew for a ship, using characters from the many variations of Star Trek. To be a candidate, all you need is to be a series regular on one of Star Trek‘s TV incarnations, from The Original Series onwards. Out here inContinue reading “Star Trek Crew Builder: First Officers”

Star Trek Crew Builder: Operations & Communications

Welcome to the sixth in a series of articles wherein I attempt to build the ideal crew for a ship, using characters from the many variations of Star Trek. To be a candidate, all you need is to be a series regular on one of Star Trek‘s TV incarnations, from The Original Series onwards. Today we’re coveringContinue reading “Star Trek Crew Builder: Operations & Communications”

Star Trek Crew Builder: Security

Welcome to the fifth in a series of articles wherein I attempt to build the ideal crew for a ship, using characters from the many variations of Star Trek. To be a candidate, all you need is to be a series regular on one of Star Trek‘s TV incarnations, from The Original Series onwards. We’ve already assembledContinue reading “Star Trek Crew Builder: Security”

Star Trek Crew Builder: Crew Morale

Welcome to the fourth in a series of articles wherein I attempt to build the ideal crew for a ship, using characters from the many variations of Star Trek. To be a candidate, all you need is to be a series regular on one of Star Trek‘s TV incarnations, from The Original Series onwards. Space takes itsContinue reading “Star Trek Crew Builder: Crew Morale”

Star Trek Crew Builder: At The Helm

Welcome to the third in a series of articles wherein I attempt to build the ideal crew for a ship, using characters from the many variations of Star Trek. To be a candidate, all you need is to be a series regular on one of Star Trek‘s TV incarnations, from The Original Series onwards. Every good shipContinue reading “Star Trek Crew Builder: At The Helm”

Star Trek Crew Builder: Engineers

Welcome to the second in a series of articles wherein I attempt to build the ideal crew for a ship, using characters from the many variations of Star Trek. To be a candidate, all you need is to be a series regular on one of Star Trek‘s TV incarnations, from The Original Series onwards. Whether you’re onContinue reading “Star Trek Crew Builder: Engineers”

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: Plagues of Night, by David R. George III

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: Typhon Pact (#5) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 385 Publication Date: 2012 Verdict: 3/5   Deep Space Nine has weathered many troubles, not least the Dominion War, but now it once again becomes a flashpoint of galactic politics.Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Plagues of Night, by David R. George III”