Star Trek: Prey, Book 3: The Hall of Heroes by John Jackson Miller

This review will serve as an assessment of this book and of the trilogy it completes.  I provided the basic setup for this story in my review for the first book, and I did my best to keep it as spoiler free as possible for both of the previous books.  This being a newer novel, I'll continue … Continue reading Star Trek: Prey, Book 3: The Hall of Heroes by John Jackson Miller

Star Trek: Prey, Book 2: The Jackal’s Trick by John Jackson Miller

In my review for Book 1 of this series, I outlined the basic setup.  It's dizzying in its complexity, and so much fun.  John Jackson Miller gave us a grand scale illusionist's trick, and he managed it with the skill of an expert juggler.  More than once I thought to myself "Where can he possibly go from here?"  … Continue reading Star Trek: Prey, Book 2: The Jackal’s Trick by John Jackson Miller

Star Trek: Prey, Book 1: Hell’s Heart by John Jackson Miller

2285 (following the events of Star Trek III: The Search for Spock) - Admiral James T. Kirk lost his Enterprise and his son to the Klingon Commander Kruge in his bid to rescue his friend, Captain Spock, from the Genesis Planet.  Following Kruge's death, his house descended into civil war due to having no legitimately named heir.  In … Continue reading Star Trek: Prey, Book 1: Hell’s Heart by John Jackson Miller

Star Trek: The Next Generation: Takedown by John Jackson Miller

Back in the day, I used to read a LOT of Star Trek novels. Then one day I just stopped, having gone through something of a slump in the wake of the Abrams reboot. I've been slowly reconnecting. First I got some Original Series as there's simply no substitute for the classic crew, then recently … Continue reading Star Trek: The Next Generation: Takedown by John Jackson Miller

Star Wars: A New Dawn by John Jackson Miller

Following on the success of his previous Star Wars offering, Kenobi, and in conjunction with the newly-formed Lucasfilm Story Group, John Jackson Miller throttles us forward from the end of the prequel era and into the Dark Times, the largely uncharted territory between trilogies. The Clone Wars are over. The Empire has risen. The surviving … Continue reading Star Wars: A New Dawn by John Jackson Miller