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Review: Trek to Madworld by Stephen Goldin (1979)

This book uses one of what would be a most overused trope in the series: transfer medicines to a sick colony.¬†OK, I agree that writers need some type of reasons of urgency, especially one where every minute counts for numerous lives, but nobody seems to have kept check of how many times it has being […]

Review: The Starless World by Gordon Eklund (1978)

It seems this book should be read as a straight-forward adventure novel in the classical Star Trek style. Captain and crew encounter a strange planet, beam down and have your typical fights and encounters, complete with princess and gods. The eventually resolve the problem at the planet and then return back ship home. A light […]

The New Voyages 2 by Sondra Marshak & Myrna Culbreath (1978)

Ok, another collection from the hellish fans Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath. Taking in fact that they have been accused of hogging the initial fan-fiction publications for only them and their top vip convention friends, it’s clearer why this low-quality stories ever got published. There was an initial response to the unheard-of fanatical conventions, so […]