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Star Trek Cocktails in Review

This is a short but colourful book by Hero Collector, devoted, as the title implies, to Star Trek cocktails, both in-universe and in reality. The actual cocktails include both traditional

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Wil Wheaton’s Still Just a Geek in Review

Wil Wheaton’s new book Still Just a Geek is an annotated update of his 2002 book Just a Geek. I listened to the audio version of the book, narrated by

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“A Little Adventure”: A Review of the Novelization of TNG: “Encounter at Farpoint”

“Oh no, Number One. I’m sure most of [our missions] will be much more interesting.” — Captain Jean-Luc Picard In my experience, novelizations of the Star Trek episodes and films

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A Very Sixties Pulp Novel: A Review of Mission to Horatius

“Gentlemen, let us have comments on this fouled-up situation.” — Captain James Kirk Whoosh! This is a fine kettle of fish! The Enterprise crew is off their respective rockers with

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A Voice Crying in the Wilderness: Reflections on Wonderlands

“I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then.” — Alice in Wonderland Set between the

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On the Strength of a Song: A Review of Uhura’s Song

“We’re looking for a planet on the strength of a song.” — Captain James T. Kirk There are a few early Star Trek numbered novels that have gained a cult

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She’s a Queen!”: A Catty Review of The Book of Grudge

“She’s heavy, and she’s all mine.” — Book, with regard to Grudge the Cat I was so excited when I first learned we were getting a cat as a main

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A Far-Out Review of Shadows Have Offended

Cassandra Rose Clarke’s Star Trek novel debut, Shadows Have Offended, was exactly the wildly fun ride I needed to start the year off on a light-hearted note. A new writer

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A Part of Me: A Review of DS9: Revenant

After the apocalypse of the Coda trilogy and the advent of a new variant of COVID-19, Alex White’s debut Star Trek novel, Revenant, was the “comfort Trek” my heart needed

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The Fire and the Rose: A Reflection on Oblivion’s Gate

This thou perceivest, which makes thy love more strong, To love that well which thou must leave erelong. — Shakespeare’s Sonnet 73 Very late last night, I read the last

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