No Time Like the Past features a stellar cast – James Kirk, Seven of Nine, Kathryn Janeway (however briefly). Some may find it sacrilegious to mix a character of a spin-off series with the crew of the original series, but what is there not to like about this crossover tale?
There’s just too much emphasis on style over substance in Brinkmanship, resulting in the fluff at the beginning of each chapter.
In typical David Mack fashion, the story in A Ceremony of Losses got off to a slow start, but the tension built rapidly towards the last third of the book.
It’s always a joy to read something from the original Star Trek series. The chemistry between Kirk, Spock, Bones and Scotty is undeniable, no matter who penned the story.
Section 31: Control details the grim prospects of an artificial superintelligence (ASI) running amok due to a lack of, well, control.
Things took a while to build up in The Poisoned Chalice, but is it worth the wait? Depends on whether you have the patience to bounce around from one plot to another (no pun intended). The problem with this is that the author left little room for a satisfying resolution to the situation the book… Read More »