Well, I finished Star Trek: DS9: Bloodletter.
GOOD DEITY, was that awful. It might have made for a decent Generic Sci-Fi novel, but it was as if he had another book he wanted to write, and just started copy/replacing names from DS9. The only reason I kept reading was for snark factor, to give me something to complain about I guess. It was 198 pages of nonsense, and I might have thrown the book except it's on my eReader, and I like my eReader.
My major pet peeve: People who write to a genre, and IGNORE the genre. If you want to write Space Guy!: The New Adventures, GO FOR IT. But leave the setting alone.