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Old February 26 2012, 06:39 AM   #31
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Re: New Excelsior Novels?

A new Excelsior novel would be pretty epic. After how good Swallow did w/ Cast No Shadow, I wouldn't mind seeing him write a Sulu/Excelsior-centric book.
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Old February 26 2012, 09:38 PM   #32
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Re: New Excelsior Novels?

As long as he uses the cast from The Sundered. I really liked most of the characters in that.
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Old March 4 2012, 01:49 AM   #33
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Is there a list of all the Excelsior or Captain Sulu related novels? The Captain's Daughter, The Sundered & Forged in Fire come to mind. Are there others?
Those are the only print novels that center primarily on Captain Sulu of the Excelsior.
Great. I have them and will read them once I get caught up on current TNG era TP Trek. I'm currently on Warpath in the DS9 with 2 books to go in that, then I plan to take a break from DS9 and MU (or maybe I'll read al the recent MU - not sure yet). Then I go to Articles of the Federation through Destiny through the two TP books I have.

Then I plan to read all the "historical" books next Lost Era books, Cast No Shadow, Battle for Betazed and the Sulu books then.

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Cast No Shadow is another novel with Sulu on the Excelsior.
That's on my to-read pile. Love the cover and premise.


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There was his entry in the Captain's Table series but I don't think it was Excelsior-centric.
Yeah. I read that "back in the day".
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