Reading & Books

Books I Read in February 2021

February was a very Star Trek-y month, apparently.

Also, did you know Laurell K. Hamilton, yes, that Laurell K. Hamilton, the one who writes very smutty smut about vampires and fairies, wrote a Star Trek novel? I did not. It wasn’t terrible, but it did have every single overwrought heroine quirk she uses in her smutty smut books, which was kind of hilarious to read in a Star Trek novel.

  1. ST: The Kobayashi Maru, Julia Ecklar
  2. STTNG: Q-In-Law, Peter David
  3. STTNG: The Children of Hamlin, Carmen Carter
  4. STTNG: Gulliver’s Fugitives, Keith Sharee
  5. STTNG: Exiles, Howard Weinstein
  6. STTNG: The Eyes of the Beholders, A.C. Crispin
  7. STTNG: Contamination, John Vornholt
  8. STTNG: Fortune’s Light, Michael Jan Friedman
  9. STTNG: Perchance to Dream, Howard Weinstein
  10. STTNG: Nightshade, Laurell K. Hamilton
  11. STTNG: The Romulan Prize, Simon Hawke