T. J. Doss

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (1 of 1)
Location: Commonwealth of Virginia, USA
 

Reviews

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The Sundered (Star Trek: The Lost Era, 2298)
A decent story detailing both Captain Sulu & Co. efforts to make peace with the Tholians and a "Space 1999" story of a pre-warp, Zeframe Cochrane-era asteroid outpost populated by humans catapulted away from earth orbit and eventually into another galaxy through a trans-dimensional rift.
On the upside, the explorations/revelations concerning the Tholian race (a largely neglected alien race dating back to the Original Series) are great and the evolution of the outpost survivors and the process of relating the two storylines to one another is intriguing. On the downside, the authors take a little too long to tell this story and it could/should have been more concise.
The Final Reflection by John M. Ford
The Final Reflection by John M. Ford
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally!!!, March 2 2004
Herein lies the answers to the mystery surrounding the transformation of the Klingons from the originial series version to the version presented in Star Trek The Motion Picture and everything that followed.
An excellent story, pre-dating the original series by a generation, It provides both adventure and intrigue by following the life of a Klingon warrior - Captain Krenn.
Most importantly,it provides great insights into the Klingon culture as the author adds tremendous depth and character to the Klingons. "Kai!" Mr. Ford and thank you for your clever explanation/transformation and for setting the Klingons on the path to becoming the colorful, formidable characters that… Read more
Uhura's Song by Janet Kagan
Uhura's Song by Janet Kagan
5.0 out of 5 stars A grand adventure..., Oct. 1 2003
...and one of the best Star Trek novels ever, Uhurah's Song is not just another programmatic Star Trek novel but an excellent novel in its own right. That it was written as a Star Trek novel is a blessing to both the series and its readers.
Janet Kagan does an outstanding job in her portrayal of Kirk & Co., the creation and inclusion of the wholly new and marvelous "guest star" character of Dr. Evan Wilson (perhaps more accurately referred to as Tail-Kinker!), and her conception and depiction of the alien civilizations, worlds, and cultures.
The story is exceptional on many levels. It entertains as an adventure/science fiction story seasoned with humor, history,… Read more