Purgatory’s Key: Star Trek Legacies, Book 3 by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore

Simon and Schuster's 50th anniversary Star Trek story arc Legacies reaches its conclusion! Picking up 12 hours after the events of Book 2, the Enterprise has been battle damaged in disputed territory, now facing off against one Klingon starship who is ordered to be there and a second with a dishonored crew and a vendetta.  On … Continue reading Purgatory’s Key: Star Trek Legacies, Book 3 by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore

Captain to Captain: Star Trek Legacies, Book 1 by Greg Cox

When a long-standing and venerable franchise organizes its resources to mark a huge milestone, the result will usually go one of two ways.  Either the fan wank will be absolutely over-the-top and sabotage what's gone before in disturbingly asinine ways (Doctor Who), or the rich history will be explored and excavated in such a way as to cultivate a … Continue reading Captain to Captain: Star Trek Legacies, Book 1 by Greg Cox

Crossovers: A Secret Chronology of the World, Volumes 1 and 2 by Win Scott Eckert

"A few words to writers who might be tempted to add to this game -- it's not enough to cover pages with flow-charts, family trees, and speculation to establish an extended kinship...  If you use a pre-existing fictional character, you are under the same obligation a writer of historical fiction is in using a real … Continue reading Crossovers: A Secret Chronology of the World, Volumes 1 and 2 by Win Scott Eckert

The Autobiography of James T. Kirk, “edited” by David A. Goodman

"This job will rip the guts out of you," he said. "You have no choice but to lean on people. This crew will become your friends." -- Captain Christopher Pike, moments before transferring command of Enterprise to James Kirk. This book is a labor of both fan love and professional dedication to the story. It could … Continue reading The Autobiography of James T. Kirk, “edited” by David A. Goodman