Star Trek: New Frontier - Peter David

Star Trek: New Frontier

By Peter David

  • Release Date - Published: 2002-02-21
  • Book Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Author: Peter David
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 28 Ratings)

Star Trek: New Frontier Peter David read online review & book description:

The ancient Thallonian Empire has collapsed, throwing an entire sector of the galaxy into chaos and unrest. Billions of sentient beings are faced with starvation, warfare, and worse. Faced with a tragedy of interstellar proportions, Starfleet assembles a new, handpicked crew to help where it can and report what it finds.
Captain Mackenzie Calhoun, recommended by Jean-Luc Picard himself, takes command of the U.S.S. Excalibur, which is manned by Starfleet's best and brightest, including some old friends from Star TreK: The Next Generation and some of the most dynamic new characters ever to boldly go where no one has gone before!

This special hardcover edition contains the first thrilling adventure that launched Star Trek into a new frontier. It also contains a pull-out full-color print of all of the characters and a special "minipedia" guide to the people, places, and things that make up the New Frontier universe!

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Posted Reviews

  • I like Calhoun, but...

    By Kdiddy777
    ...the rest of his crew is not that interesting. Shelby is a little annoying, Borgoyne’s conduct is classic sexual harassment, Soleta is a knock-off of Saavik, and the Vulcan doctor is basically unable to go a few minutes without thinking about her repressed sexuality. If you like reading a comic book-style Star Trek novel, this series is for you. It’s what I would call “Star Trek Lite”. If you want to read ST novels on a higher plane, I would suggest David Mack, Kirsten Beyer, Christopher L. Bennett, James Swallow, or Diane Duane.
  • Typo Heaven

    By Dump57
    Riddled with typos. Some parts almost unreadable, often annoying and distracting. For $11.99 you'd think there would at least be an editor who gave it a glance.

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