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Old August 7 2009, 03:12 AM   #16
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Re: Creating a 'TNG Relaunch' collection

It might be worth your time to check out this ancient thread...
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Old August 7 2009, 03:24 AM   #17
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Re: Creating a 'TNG Relaunch' collection

Before I post my TOS list, I forgot to add The Sky's the Limit to my previous list. It spans from before Encounter at Farpoint to after Nemesis. AlsoThe Brave and the Bold duology and Tales of the Dominion War both contain TNG elements on the Enterprise-E. And I don't think anyone mentioned the TNG: Double Helix series, some of which take place in this time period.

Here's my TOS list-

Pike Era:
Vulcan's Glory
Early Voyages
The Captain's Table: Where Sea Meets Sky
The Children of Kings
Burning Dreams

Pre-5-Year-Mission Era:
My Brother's Keeper: Republic
My Brother's Keeper: Constitution

The Five Year Mission Era:
My Brother's Keeper: Enterprise
Mere Anarchy: Things Fall Apart
The Captain's Table: War Dragons
Invasion: First Strike
Mere Anarchy: The Centre Cannot Hold
Day of Honor: Treaty's Law
Section 31: Cloak
Gateways: One Small Step

The Lost Years:
The Lost Years
Traitor Winds
Mere Anarchy: Shadows of the Indignant
A Flag Full of Stars

Second Five Year Mission Era:
Ex Machina
Star Trek (Marvel)
The Kobayashi Maru
Home is the Hunter
Enemy Unseen
Mere Anarchy: The Darkness Drops Again
The Covenant of the Crown
Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages
Rihannsu: The Empty Chair
Shell Game
Death Count
Deep Domain

Academy Era:
The Pandora Principle

Enterprise-A Era:
In the Name of Honor
The Rift
Unspoken Truth
Mere Anarchy: The Blood-Dimmed Tide
Excelsior: Forged in Fire

The Lost Era:
The Last Roundup
The Captain's Daughter
Vulcan's Forge
The Lost Era: The Sundered
The Lost Era: Serpent's Among the Ruins
Vulcan's Heart

TNG Era:
The Lost Era: Well of Souls
The Lost Era: Catalyst of Sorrows
Vulcan’s Soul 1: Exodus
Vulcan’s Soul 2: Exiles
Vulcan’s Soul 3: Epiphany

I basically dismissed all the run of the mill five year mission stories, and only took the 2270's era stories where the uniforms on the cover and in the book matched what should have been used during that period. So those two requirements cut out several dozen stories. I'll comment more if there are any questions. Enjoy!

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Old August 8 2009, 12:11 AM   #18
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Re: Creating a 'TNG Relaunch' collection

I recommend at least the post-Nemesis novels which if there's anything TNG-wise you would consider "relaunch" material, that's it. Others have already listed them but they are:
Death in Winter
Before Dishonor
Greater Than the Sum
(Destiny trilogy)
Losing the Peace
I see that as the start of where the authors really begin to have the ability to do what they want with these characters and advance the series plotlines without risk of being contradicted by a later movie. Obviously, some other novels before them do introduce some characters and plots that would be refered to later but that's true with any of the novel series.
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post-finale, relaunch

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