Review – D’Storlin

Review – D’Storlin


I recall discussions about Xindi Reptilians, and how we had never seen any younger ones in canon. At the same time, there were also discussions about how well Spock and other hybrids seemed to get along in canon Star Trek society. And all I could think of was – that’s unrealistic.

Review – D'Storlin


For a hybrid child, teenaged life is even more fraught with embarrassment, mood swings, and bullying. D’Storlin, a human-Xindi Reptilian hybrid, attends a primarily human school on Earth. Much like Rayna Montgomery,  he has to try to get along with the human majority. In Rayna’s case, she acted out by sleeping around at a young age, and occasionally growling. But for the most part, Rayna’s actions are peaceful ones.

Not so with D’Storlin, when this friendless, bullied child is pushed too far one day.

Story Postings


The story is rated K+.


When this story was originally posted on Ad Astra, readers asked me whether it was taken from real life. I consider that to be an exceptionally generous compliment. It wasn’t.

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