Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Bloodletter, by K.W. Jeter — a book review

I picked up Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Bloodletter at a library sale here in central Arkansas, just last year. It was #3 in the DS9 expanded universe media-tie-in novels published by Pocket Books. I already owned the hardcover Warped, another DS9 novel by K.W. Jeter, even though I haven’t read it yet. I assumed […]

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Episodes 7.25 & 7.26—”What You Leave Behind”: a review of the series finale

There will be some SPOILERS here. A review of all of Season 7 will follow. The series finale of Deep Space Nine is about twenty-five minutes too long. If these episodes has ended with the conclusion of the Dominion War, and an epilogue showing what happens to all of our favorite characters on the space […]

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine — Episode 5.6 “Trials and Tribble-ations”

I liked the two-parter “In a Mirror, Darkly” in the final season of Star Trek: Enterprise because it seemed to be actively channeling the original series, and we got to see Jonathan Archer and his crew wearing TOS-era uniforms. As it turns out, DS9 did something similar years earlier with Ep. 5.6 “Trials and Tribble-ations.” […]

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