Star Trek Mirror Universe: Glass Empires

Star Trek Mirror Universe: Glass Empires

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Star Trek Mirror Universe: Glass Empires 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Very well written and a great book if you just want a distraction, however almost all of it directly conflicts with William Shatner's Mirror Universe Trilogy (Spectre, Dark Victory, and Preserver). It is debatable which story is 'true', but many trekkies (including myself) tend to agree that Shatner's story is 'correct'.
Guest More than 1 year ago
STAR TREK fans have always been revitted to the Mirror Universe journies of the Trek universe. This omnibus takes the stories further with worthy sequels to some of the most thrilling episodes across the entire Trek saga!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Evil spock wish had been more then one part on tv after readin this
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Writers of these books need to do their homework before writing them! When Gene Roddenberry was still alive, he reviewed each book and made sure that it matched 'Star Trek' history before it was published or added what he felt was appropriate. The guys who wrote this failed to note that the 'Mirror Universe' was created because of the movie 'First Contact' {this was determined by the 2 Spocks in 'NG' era reviewing both histories and tracing it back to then when the divergance started}, they make it sound like it existed before then. Mirror Kirk was an Emperor of the Empire. Not killed by Spock while still a Captain. Mirror Kirk and Spock did not die in their time-frame, they both survived to the 'Next Generation' Era. And more, if you read this book, treat it as real fiction, and not a continuation of the 'Star Trek' Legacy. Unless you consider this the creation of yet another Mirror or Dark Universe!