I first started reading Star Trek tie-in novels when I was about eight. My dad hurt his foot and was in the hospital, and my mom brought me to a bookstore before we went to visit him. I found three Star Trek novels — My Enemy, My Ally by Diane Duane, Dreams of the Raven by Carmen Carter, and How Much For Just The Planet? by John M. Ford — and haven’t looked back. When TNG tie-ins started appearing, I bought them all, saving my allowance and gift certificates until I could afford them.
Unfortunately, while many were great, some… well, some were big-time stinkers. So here’s my opinion on the 10 worst TNG tie-in novels.
- From the dog.This was a pretty good raspberry sour beer. @threetavernsStep 1: throw ball Step 2: dog retrieves ball Step 3: dog runs off before returning ball for next throw Step 4: dog drops ball at back of yard and gets distracted Step 5: zoomies? #dogsofinstagram #pitbullmixesofinstagram#whatweleftbehind #ds9I feel as though @paul.hollywood would not approve of the giant air pocket in this bun.Sunny wasn't happy that it's raining out, but an episode of #bobross #joyofpainting put her right to sleep. #dogsofinstagram #pitbullmixesofinstagram #letsleepingdogslie