Craig Keith

Helpful votes received on reviews: 56% (9 of 16)
Location: Bournemouth
Birthday: 25 Oct


Top Reviewer Ranking: 398,211 - Total Helpful Votes: 9 of 16
Star Trek: Titan: Absent Enemies by John Jackson Miller
Star Trek: Titan: Absent Enemies by John Jackson Miller
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This Titan novel was a follow up from the fall series and was John Jackson Millers first jaunt into the Star Trek universe and to be honest It didnt really read well at all! His version of the characters seemed very different to most other authors, especially Captain Dax and the Aventine who could just have easily been replaced by just about any other ship. There were stupid errors as well, one characters was addressed as ensign when he was promoted to Ltnt junior grade in an earlier novel and the word teleport was used instead of beam. These are all small things however 99% of other recent trek books have always got this correct. It seems to me that the author has come in from the Star… Read more
Star Trek: The Fall: The Crimson Shadow by Una McCormack
This was the second story in "The Fall" Mini series set during and after the events of Revelation and Dust. Despite the stunning cover, this story is mainly set around Ambassador Garak and how he and Cardassia reacts to the events of the previous novel. I don't want to say much about the plot except that it is a must read however what i will say is that I feel in the same way Voyager is best written Kirsten Beyer, DS9 by David R George III, TNG by David Mack and the original series split between Dayton Ward and Kevin Dillmore, The Cardassians Belong to Una McCormack. Not just characters but her descriptions of whats left of the planet after the events of the dominion war and everything… Read more
Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Stuff of Dream&hellip by James Swallow
The Stuff of dreams is a EBOOK set in the post destiny universe that i am quite enjoying to be honest however this book provides a nice break for that in a boxed book. As has been said before, this is basically a short sequel to generations and it does its job very well, its very picard centric, but thats nice, and it was also good to see a softer side to soren, a side which was a peace with himself.

One thing that does annoy is is every single time pocket release an ebook, there is always one person that gives it one star as it wasnt long enough and they dont feel they are getting there moneys worth. It clearly states this is an Ebook and it even says how many pages it contains,… Read more

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