Part western, part mystery, part action-adventure, The Antares Maelstrom is a fast-paced tale set in the Star Trek universe. Events on a small backwater non-federation planet will test Kirk, Sulu, Scotty and the entire crew of our beloved Enterprise.
Fans of the original Star Trek are not going to want to miss seeing how events made Kirk one of Starfleet’s most iconic captains. Beyond just the Kirk angle, this is good science fiction at its best.
Engineer Sylvia Tilly is a fan favorite character on the Star Trek Discovery television show. But we don’t really know much about her twisted backstory. The Way to the Stars novel fills that in nicely, providing a great background that explains her strenghts and weaknesses from the show.
If you like Discovery, then the Star Trek Discovery: Fear Itself novel features some plot-pushing character arcs from the newest Star Trek series. This one explores deep moral questions while also acting a real page turner with a story that warps by quickly.
The utopian vision of Starfleet takes a beating in Drastic Measures, a novel set at the time of the Star Trek: Discovery television show. Governmental mistakes compound suffering for one planet, and shape the destiny of several Star Trek characters.
The Star Trek: Discovery series is shaping up to become one of the most interesting and rewarding shows of the Star Trek franchise. As for the requisite book series, Star Trek: Discovery: Desperate Hours is a great place to start.
If you’re hunting for a novel in which good triumphs over evil and our intrepid heroes emerge battered but largely unscathed, then Section 31 – Control isn’t it. Instead, this Star Trek novel offers 368 pages of intrigue and disaster coupled with a nail-biting finish.
Staying true to Star Trek’s Deep Space Nine universe, The Long Mirage nonetheless suffers from some serious pacing problems, turning what should be both a fun romp and an interesting story into a tale only suitable for hardcore fans.
While Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hearts and Minds is a good overall story, calling it a Star Trek tale is a bit disingenuous. Even Picard, who graces the cover, is barely window dressing for the story.
The main character for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Enigma Tales is Elim Garak, the mysterious, manipulative and charming tailor and spy of the TV Show Deep Space Nine. That pretty much sets the tone for this diabolically good story.