Star Trek: Sarek (1994) – A.C. Crispin

A.C. Crispin, who delivered the wonderful Yesterday’s Son saga early in the Pocket Books series cranked out a giant Trek novel for 1994 that gave us insight into Spock’s father, Sarek. While also continuing the story of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701A. This adventure takes place shortly after the events of The Undiscovered Country, so despite…

Star Trek: Time for Yesterday (1988) – A.C. Crispin

The Human Adventure continues… I settled into another Trek novel (there are a lot of them, and I would like to get through as many as possible, to see the kinds of stories and adventures that others have dreamed up for the stalwart crew of the USS Enterprise. This one is a bit of a…

Star Trek: Yesterday’s Son (1983) – A.C. Crispin

  Yes, I’m still digging through Star Trek books, I’m enjoying them, and it means I’m constantly reading (something I can’t imagine not doing). This week’s non-canon visit to the 23rd century brings us the first Star Trek book to break onto the bestseller list, and it does so for good reason. Penned by the…