When Steve Bellinger contacted me, I knew right away that I wanted to read and review The Chronocar. The book is about Tony Carpenter, a Tech student who discovers an […]
Science Fiction isn’t a genre I am familiar with – except for Star Trek. I am not a reader of SciFi unless it is Star Trek related, so reading this novel was a difference experience for me. When reading a fiction, mystery, or suspense, all these genres have something in common; they are about our world and describe objects I am familiar with. Not so with Out of the Silent Planet.
The Children of Kings brings to life one of the commanding adventures of Christopher Pike, the second captain of the starship Enterprise, and this galactic adventure involves the Klingon and the Orion races. Starbase 18 lies in ruins, believed to have been attacked by the Klingons.
In The Fearful Summons the Excelsior is exploring the outer limits of space when they encounter the Maldari, a Thraxian trader. Tricked into boarding Maldari’s ship, Sulu and ten other crew mates are kidnapped, taken back to Maldari’s planet, and held for ransom.
Q-Squared features the Next Generation crew, but the reason I picked it up (I’m really a TOS fan) was because of the character of Trelane, who, if you are familiar with the original series, is a character taken from the original era of the series and placed into the future Star Trek timeline involving Picard and crew. How is this possible? Well, Trelane isn’t human…no, he is actually a member of the Q continuum – a powerful group of beings who have God-like abilities and are capable of manipulating time, matter, and space.
Star Trek: Troublesome Minds By: Dave Galanter A few months ago, in July, Bobby bought me this book in celebration of our eight years together. I actually received two Star […]
Crucible: Kirk The Star to Every Wandering by: David R. George III I was lucky enough to receive this book as a gift for Christmas. I had previously read the […]