Star Trek: Titan #4 Sword of Damocles

Sword of Damocles (Star Trek Titan #4)Sword of Damocles by Geoffrey Thorne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What happens when you mix up theology, a downed ship, the Prime Directive, time phases and Paradox?
Read the darn book if you want to find out how it turns out, silly.

I will say this though. This is the Star Trek series set in the Next Gen Universe that I wish had been done, instead or perhaps because of ST: Voyager.

I still cannot believe there are no new series planned for the immediate future, and with the emphasis now being placed on the NEW Star Trek universe, I have to wonder if there ever will be a return to the old one.

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Geosyncron, Conclusion to the Jump 225 triloogy

Geosynchron (The Jump 225 Trilogy, #3)Geosynchron by David Louis Edelman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Leaves some questions unanswered, but I’m not disappointed in the least.
Best science fiction series I’ve read in a very long while.

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Edge of Destiny

Edge of Destiny (Guild Wars, #2)Edge of Destiny by J. Robert King
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Pure fluff! I would have only given this novel 1 and a half stars if I had been allowed.
Thank the Gods that victory over the Guild Wars game is not as easy to finish as some of the arch villains were portrayed in this book. If that had been the case, I would have upon completion IMMEDIATELY deleted it from my computer, never to play again.
Also, some of the elements/characters introduced to this book were completely non-essential. I have to wonder if the author was looking for something to use to help fill out the pages he was contracted for because he had run out of actual substance.

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