Star Trek Book Challenge 83: Bloodthirst (Star Trek: The Original Series #37)

Star Trek Book Challenge 83: Bloodthirst (Star Trek: The Original Series #37)

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Bloodthirst (Star Trek: The Original Series #37) by J.M. Dillard

Dillard is another author that has written a number of Trek novels:

Star Trek Generations

Demons

Mindshadow

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (Star Trek TOS: Movie Novelizations, #6)

216905A class one medical emergency summons the “EnterpriseTM to the Federation outpost Tanis. There, a grisly surprise awaits them. Two of the lab’s…

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Star Trek Book Challenge 83: Bloodthirst (Star Trek: The Original Series #37)

Star Trek Book Challenge 83: Bloodthirst (Star Trek: The Original Series #37)

Trek Book

Bloodthirst (Star Trek: The Original Series #37) by J.M. Dillard

Dillard is another author that has written a number of Trek novels:

Star Trek Generations

Demons

Mindshadow

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (Star Trek TOS: Movie Novelizations, #6)

216905A class one medical emergency summons the “EnterpriseTM to the Federation outpost Tanis. There, a grisly surprise awaits them. Two of the lab’s…

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Star Trek Book Challenge 83: Bloodthirst (Star Trek: The Original Series #37)

Trek Book

Bloodthirst (Star Trek: The Original Series #37) by J.M. Dillard

Dillard is another author that has written a number of Trek novels:

Star Trek Generations

Demons

Mindshadow

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (Star Trek TOS: Movie Novelizations, #6)

216905A class one medical emergency summons the “EnterpriseTM to the Federation outpost Tanis. There, a grisly surprise awaits them. Two of the lab’s three researchers are dead, their bodies almost entirely drained of blood. There are no clues, no records of their research, no remnants of their work. There is only the outpost’s sole survivor, Dr. Jeffrey Adams, who holds the secret of what happened at Tanis, and might now happen aboard the Enterprise.

There is more to the list, but I figured I just name a few off so you can get an idea. Bloodthrist was an interesting book. Vampires and Star Trek?!? Doesn’t seem like a good mix up does it? But it work for the most part and found myself liking the novel more than I should have really. The author did really well with the characters and had a good handle of the shows history. Again this was a fast read and kept a good beat with the action and drama. The part really made me laugh out loud was when every time Chekov said vampires he would say “wampires” hahaha. give it a read if you happen to find a copy of this book.

Star Trek Book Challenge 60: Gulliver’s Fugitives (Star Trek: The Next Generation #11)

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Star Trek Book Challenge 60: Gulliver’s Fugitives (Star Trek: The Next Generation #11)

Trek BookMeh.. Gulliver’s Fugitives (Star Trek: The Next Generation #11) by Keith Sharee is an interesting read to say the least.

217869While searching for the U.S.S. Huxley, missing for more than 10 years, the EnterpriseTM stumbles across a forgotten colony of humans on a planet called Rampart, where fiction and works of the imagination of any kind are considered a heinous crime. A survey team beams aboard the…

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Star Trek Book Challenge 61: Sanctuary (Star Trek: The Original Series #61)

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Star Trek Book Challenge 61: Sanctuary (Star Trek: The Original Series #61)

Trek BookWe have Sanctuary (Star Trek: The Original Series #61) by John Vornholt and this book is what I call comfort food. It’s a classic tale of Kirk, Spock, and Bones getting into trouble. Plus you have pirates! The crew find themselves chasing after a pirate named Auk Rex, which leads them to a planet named Sanctuary. Only problem is once you are on the planet you can not leave.

217582The planet Sanctuary…

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Star Trek Book Challenge 62: The Romulan Prize (Star Trek: The Next Generation #26)

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Star Trek Book Challenge 62: The Romulan Prize (Star Trek: The Next Generation #26)

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Not a bad story plot here haha. I’m rather shocked really! It seems most of the TNG novel I read are a bit of a train wreck or what I like to call a “pay check book”. But the story is rather good and the ideas, history for the show are well balanced through out. It is a little slow in the beginning and almost kills the story. But once the main plot comes into being, it’s hard to put down.

I can…

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