Finished reading Avatar, Book One
by S.D. Perry the other night. Considering that was my third DS9
novel in a row, I thought I'd plump for a good ole TOS
novel in the form of Prime Directive
by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens.
About a quarter of a way through and, once again, the Reeves-Stevens don't disappoint. One thing I did notice is that this novel at the Eugenics Wars being a behind the scenes conflict and I wonder if this gave Greg Cox
some inspiration when he wrote The Eugenics Wars