Re: I have read Titan #1, #2, & #3...reading #4
To me, this era of Trek fiction is the best because of the idiosyncrasies of the various authors. It's absolutely not a cookie cutter endeavor and, despite the sometimes rapid pace, it's not an assembly line either. Everybody actually cares about all of it.
I have to agree with you here. I also think it helps the book capture the feel of the shows, because like the shows we are able to get different types of stories and different focuses each book. But that's not to say that I don't enjoy the series that are written by just one author, because sometimes it really does help a series to keep a consistant style and voice.
Over the course of many encounters and many years, I have successfully developed a standard operating procedure for dealing with big, nasty monsters. Run away. Me and Monty Python.
Harry Dresden - Blood Rites (The Dresden Files #6)