Re: So What Are you Reading?: Generations
I just finished 'Losing the Peace' (okay, not terrible, but certainly nothing that made me particularly excited- is it me or does a massive amount of the TNG relaunch novels [and one of the Titan novels] involve dealing with large amounts of displaced citizens?)
I really don't know why you would say that. The post-NEM TNG novels are generally accepted to consist of:
- Death in Winter
- Romulan politics, Picard/Crusher hookup
- Rogue Borg cube threatens the Federation
- Q & A
- Q's back!
- Before Dishonor
- Rogue Borg cube threatens Earth, enrages Janeway fans
- Greater Than the Sum
- New crew lineup; Picard chases down the last of the rogue Borg
- Destiny: Gods of Night
- Now the real Borg are out to kill us all
- Destiny: Mere Mortals
- Destiny: Lost Souls
- The same
- Losing the Peace
- Federation refugee camps
- Typhon Pact: Paths of Disharmony
- Andorian crisis
- Typhon Pact: The Struggle Within
- Internal crises with the Talarians and Kinshaya
Of all of these, only Losing the Peace
deals with displaced populations.
You missed IFM - which also has bugger all to do with displaced populations, as it happens.
Oops. Sorry about that!
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