Jeff’s Reading Log
Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows by David R. George III (****)
A masterpiece and one of Trek’s best follows McCoy’s life when he is not rescued in
1930’s New York.
Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose by David R. George III (***1/2)
Spock contemplates his life after the death of Captain Kirk.
Crucible: Kirk: The Star to Every Wandering by David R. George III (***)
A surprising look at Kirk’s life and his experience with the Nexus.
Brewster Rockit: Space Guy: Close Encounters of the Worst Kind by Tim Rickard
A wonderful comic strip collection that all fans of sci-fi must read.
Lying with Strangers by James Grippando (***1/2)
A nurse doesn’t realize she is being stalked.
The Good that Men Do by Mike Martin and Andy Mangels (***1/2)
Slow starting but compelling look at why Trip had to fake his death and the aftereffects.
Scavenger by David Morrell (***)
The action master combines video games and the history of time capsules in this riveting
The Watchman by Robert Crais (***1/2)
Joe Pike takes center stage as he tries to keep a Hollywood starlet alive.
Da Brudderhood of Zeeba Zeeba Eata by Stephan Pastis (***1/2)
The latest comic strip collection of the hilarious Pearls Before Swine.
Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill (***)
The son of Stephen King writes a chilling tale about a man who buys a ghost over the
Star Trek Mirror Universe: Glass Empires
Age of the Empress by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore Story by Mike Sussman
The thrilling reign of Emperor Sato.
The Sorrows of Empire by David Mack (****)
Follows the path of Spock and how he leads the Empire to its eventual downfall.
The Worst of Both Worlds by Greg Cox (***)
Dr. Soong hunts the perfect life form: The Borg.