Tag Archives: Una McCormack

Picard: Last Best Hope

ST Picard: Last Best Hope © 2020 Una McCormack 335 pages I bought this on the strength of Una McCormack, nothing else. She’s contributed ably to the Treklit universe, delivering several superb novels. Even with her talents, however, there is … Continue reading

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Brinkmanship

Star Trek Typhon Pact: Brinksmanship © 2012 Una McCormack 352 pages Who’s up for the Cuban Missile Crisis….in spaaaaaaace? When an otherwise friendly nation on the borders of the Federation and two of its allies signs a treaty with a … Continue reading

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Crimson Shadow

Star Trek the Fall: Crimson Shadow © 2013 Una McCormack 352 pages After ten years of reconstruction, the Federation is preparing to leave Cardassia. Not all the locals gathering outside are there to wish its engineers and social workers a … Continue reading

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The Never Ending Sacrifice

The Never Ending Sacrifice © 2009 Una McCormack 352 pages No Star Trek series rivals Deep Space Nine for its moral drama, for its stationary setting meant that characters had to live with the consequences of thir decisions. It told … Continue reading

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Hollow Men

Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Hollow Men © 2005 Una McCormack 368 pages               Deep Space Nine is notoriously the darkest of the six Star Trek series, repeatedly exploring corridors of the human experience that … Continue reading

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