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Chu'lak May 6 2013 01:57 AM

A Klingon Afternoon
 
So I just finished all of KRAD's GOrkon books. What are some of the best Klingon Novels?

Lt. Cheka Wey May 6 2013 12:40 PM

Re: A Klingon Afternoon
 
Check out Kevin J. Ryan's Errant trilogies.

Paris May 6 2013 12:55 PM

Re: A Klingon Afternoon
 
^It's ERRAND. And to the OP...The KRAD Klingon books ARE the best ones. John Ford's The Final Reflection is also pretty good :techman:

DS9forever May 6 2013 01:01 PM

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The Left Hand of Destiny novels are great.

Chu'lak May 6 2013 02:07 PM

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DS9forever wrote: (Post 8049286)
The Left Hand of Destiny novels are great.

I just started that yesterday, so far martok and worf have spent many pages in a garbage dump....

chris_masters5 May 6 2013 03:57 PM

Re: A Klingon Afternoon
 
I remember liking "Kahless" by Michael Jan Friedman when it first came out.

marksound May 6 2013 04:54 PM

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Quote:

Chu'lak wrote: (Post 8049427)
Quote:

DS9forever wrote: (Post 8049286)
The Left Hand of Destiny novels are great.

I just started that yesterday, so far martok and worf have spent many pages in a garbage dump....

I enjoyed those books. Martok is one of my favorite characters.

Mysterion May 6 2013 05:21 PM

Re: A Klingon Afternoon
 
The Final Reflection
Pawns and Symbols

iarann May 6 2013 06:26 PM

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chris_masters5 wrote: (Post 8049748)
I remember liking "Kahless" by Michael Jan Friedman when it first came out.

I wasn't a fan of this one. The characterization was a bit off, and the whole "revelation" about the reality of Kahless felt forced and didn't fit well with established lore.

Mysterion May 6 2013 06:30 PM

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I'd also add Rules of Engagement to my list above. It's got some good klingon stuff in it.

Lt. Cheka Wey May 6 2013 07:03 PM

Re: A Klingon Afternoon
 
Do you want books from Klingon POV or just books about Klingons?

There is also some neat Klingon stuff in Full Circle.

tomswift2002 May 7 2013 12:53 AM

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How about TNG #31 "Foreign Foes"? Or #61 "Diplomatic Implausibility" (which, if I remember correctly, was retconned as the pilot for the "I.K.S Gorkon" series)?

JD May 7 2013 02:08 AM

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Did you include The Art of the Impossible in the KRAD read?

Chu'lak May 7 2013 02:49 AM

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JD wrote: (Post 8052172)
Did you include The Art of the Impossible in the KRAD read?

I've read every piece of Trek fiction written by KRAD :klingon:

He's pretty much the Ronald D. Moore of Klingons in treklit, huh?


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