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Old October 13 2013, 07:17 PM   #16
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Re: Interview with David Mack at TrekCore

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I will be over the moon if david mack is the guy to end the andorian reproductive crisis story thread once and for all so I never have to read about it again. Been going on for like nine years now, and has almost always been a terrible read.

Hopefully the data book brings him back to tng. Do wonder who's writing it though. The only names that spring to mind when I think of data books are Jean Lorrah and Jeffrey Lang, but neither have written a trek book in a long time. I suspect it'll be someone who's written a trek book fairly recently.
Una McCormack is writing a TNG book in the next year called Home Again. Maybe it's this book that will reunite us with Data.
Isn't that an ebook? I'm hoping the new Data book is an actual dead-tree book...
Well in the Trekcore interview Una said it is a novel, so I assume it will be a regular release, although it only is listed as a Kindle edition yet.
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