Friday, June 25, 2021

Positively Trek Book Club: Living Memory

 Star Trek: The Original Series
Living Memory
by Christopher L. Bennett

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A mysterious spatial phenomenon threatening the core worlds of the Federation. A cadre of genetically-engineered warriors trying to make their way in Starfleet Academy. And a personal journey for a character recovering from a severe trauma that has affected every facet of her life. All of these stories come together in surprising ways in the subject of this week’s episode!

In this episode of the Positively Trek Book Club, hosts Bruce and Dan review the newest Star Trek: The Original Series novel: Living Memory by Christopher L. Bennett. We talk about the mysterious vacuum flares, Uhura’s memory, the Arcturian Warborn, Dr. Ashley Janith-Lau, a murder mystery, the militarization of Starfleet, the themes of communication and memory, and wrap up with our final thoughts and ratings.

Previous episode: Year Five: Weaker Than Man

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