An excellent way to bring together two genres
Published by Thriftbooks.com User, 13 years ago
Outside of watching "The X-Men" movie and looking forward to the next one, I'm not a huge X-Men fan. That being said, this book absolutely floored me. I couldn't put it down and read it in two days (if I wasn't working 18 hours a day at that time it would've been one day). MJ Friedman has with this Star Trek installment, once again, shown why he's one of the top selling Star Trek authors. Thanks to the author for a great read.
Just a Lot of Fun
Published by Thriftbooks.com User, 14 years ago
This is a book that shouldn't be taken all that seriously. It's just a fun read. Fans of both "Star Trek" and The X-Men will have a good time with this. Underused characters such as Banshee and Nightcrawler are treated well in this story.
An interesting work
Published by Thriftbooks.com User, 15 years ago
This book was an entertaining read, even though some people don't seem to appreciate it. Maybe since I am not a huge Star Trek fan I am missing some misuse or something to offend the people reading, but this book was exciting and fun to read. If you want something that will keep you interested and having a good time, read the book.
Published by Thriftbooks.com User, 16 years ago
totally fantastic. awesome. mindboggling. When i learned Michael Friedman's writing this book, it's sooo cool. His storytelling never ceases to amaze me. I loved the interaction between Worf and Wolverine and not to mention that between Picard and Storm. I'm even gladder to own the comic prequel before this book came.
Mutants and Starfleet- a winning combo
Published by Thriftbooks.com User, 17 years ago
This book was great. I picked it up at a used bookstore and coulden't put it down. The story was goood, and I liked the author. It was neat because the planet they were on, the teenagers were mutants, and it was cool to see their powers agenst the X-Men's.