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Old July 30 2014, 02:49 AM   #16
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Re: Shatnerverse MU trilogy

Ashes of Eden was the first Shatnerverse novel I read. I liked it!
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Old July 30 2014, 04:34 AM   #17
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Re: Shatnerverse MU trilogy

I remember liking Spectre but not liking the way that the sequel was so disjointed-- half of it tying up loose ends from Spectre, then there's a time jump and the second half is all about setting up things for the next book.
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Old July 30 2014, 12:21 PM   #18
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Re: Shatnerverse MU trilogy

I enjoyed the first book in the Mirror trilogy as it was early on in my Trek reading and found it exciting having Voyager and DS9 in it. I also liked the CSI-type holodeck recreation that Kirk did with the EMH. But as the trilogy went on I found it less interesting. I think Spectre represents the climax of the Shatnerverse for me.
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Old July 30 2014, 05:09 PM   #19
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I read the paper versions of Ashes of Eden and The Return when they both came out, and enjoyed them. Since then, i've never read any of the others, but HAVE listened to all the audio books of the first 7. Overall, not bad, but very "Kirk is a God", if you know what I mean. I've been looking for his 10th book, but haven't been able to find a copy for a decent price. Hopefully one day
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