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Old February 25 2013, 10:48 PM   #80
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Re: Are the Voyager novels not as popular?

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Much like I don't really care about Elfiki, Chen and Choudhury in the TNG books, I have no emotional investment in them.
That's a bit unfair, isn't it? If you were reading an original novel you wouldn't have an emotional investment in any characters. As you read through the book, you should start to build an emotional connection to some of the characters. And then carry this through any sequels.
My follow-up posts discusses this.
"When I first heard about it (the Enterprise underwater), my inner Trekkie was in a rage. When I saw it, my inner kid beat up my inner Trekkie and made him go sit in the corner." - Bill Jasper
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