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Old July 31 2012, 05:45 PM   #1021
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Re: So What Are you Reading?: Generations

Vulcan's Forge by Josepha Sherman and Susan Schwartz. Wanted to get this one done before I read the recent trilogy. I had already read Vulcan's Heart and was under the impression that Forge was the sequel. Whoops.
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Old July 31 2012, 10:01 PM   #1022
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Just finished the first New 52 Green Lantern collection. Next up is Wonder Woman vol.1 and Batman & Robin vol.1. Hopefully they're good ones
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Old August 1 2012, 01:48 AM   #1023
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Finished A Time to Kill early this morning. Really good, really well paced. Now onto to A Time to Heal.

I'm slightly annoyed because the Kindle version of Heal only has chapters 1, 2 and 3 demarcated on the progress bar and no others. I like to break up my day by reading a chapter here and there, and like to have a general sense of how long a chapter is. When the Kindle books don't have an easy way to discern this, I get miffed!
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Old August 1 2012, 02:54 PM   #1024
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I just finished Energized by Edward M. Lerner and Star Trek: Titan: Fallen Gods.
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Old August 1 2012, 05:38 PM   #1025
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Just finished Lost Moon: the Perilous Voyage of Apollo 13, Jim Lovell and Jeffrey Kluger. Now I'm starting Failure Is Not an Option: Mission Control from Mercury to Apollo 13, by Gene Kranz. Appropriate stuff given the impeding Mars landing...
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Old August 2 2012, 11:56 AM   #1026
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Robots: The Recent AI was very enjoyable, although most of the stories were more about disembodied AIs than actual robots. I guess with today's wireless technology the idea of a computer intelligence staying housed in one body is just becoming unrealistic.

I just finished up Torchwood: Almost Perfect. A very quick read, but also pretty fun, which is not a word I usually associate with Torchwood! It was good to spend some time with Captain Jack again.

I'm looking forward to starting Titan: Fallen Gods today. Up on deck after that is Yoda: Dark Rendezvous.
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Old August 2 2012, 12:08 PM   #1027
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Smellincoffee wrote: View Post
Now I'm starting Failure Is Not an Option: Mission Control from Mercury to Apollo 13, by Gene Kranz.
I've got that to read as well. Looking forward to that one.

After many years away from Trek literature, I've recently started on the Voyager relaunch novels. Really enjoyed Homecoming, and now about halfway through The Farther Shore.
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Old August 2 2012, 06:37 PM   #1028
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I finished Typhon Pact: Plagues of Night yesterday and immediately started Typhon Pact: Raise the Dawn.
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Old August 2 2012, 09:57 PM   #1029
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Just re-read The Phantom Menace. It's a lot better than the movie, to be certain. Many things that made zero sense in the film did in the book. (ie, Anakin's appearance isn't as random, since he's introduced earlier in the book).

Now, I'm reading (for the first time) The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh by Greg Cox. So far, I'm mesmerized!
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Old August 3 2012, 08:11 PM   #1030
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I am almost finished with Jim Rogers: Adventure Capitalist. He has some great insights.
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Old August 4 2012, 04:03 AM   #1031
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Angel4576 wrote: View Post
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Now I'm starting Failure Is Not an Option: Mission Control from Mercury to Apollo 13, by Gene Kranz.
I've got that to read as well. Looking forward to that one.

After many years away from Trek literature, I've recently started on the Voyager relaunch novels. Really enjoyed Homecoming, and now about halfway through The Farther Shore.
Failure is Not an Option is a great read. Hope you guys like it.
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Old August 4 2012, 04:45 AM   #1032
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I'm reading a book on Prohibition, Last Call by Daniel Okrent. Pretty good so far, and he does a nice job of painting portraits of the people involved. He tends to follow their narrative threads one at a time though, for the most part, which means that sometimes I'm confused as to the chronology of events. That he needs to divert and describe social history at points doesn't help that particular aspect, but it's a complex topic and he does a very good job of bringing it all together. I'm definitely not putting this one down.

I've also been going a little bit crazy for comic books ever since seeing The Dark Knight Rises and have been checking out a bunch from the library, and even reading them right there in the bookstore. I'll do a mass review blog of them when I've finished the current wave.
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Old August 5 2012, 05:37 AM   #1033
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Here's what I read in July:

07/01/2012 Where is the Bird of Fire? (na) by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/03/2012 Betrayer of Worlds (audiobook) by Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner
07/04/2012 Lady of the Bees by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/07/2012 How are the Mighty Fallen by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/07/2012 God and Science: Return of the Ti-Girls (gn) by Jaime Hernandez
07/11/2012 Ringworld (audiobook) by Larry Niven
07/11/2012 The Beach Boys FAQ: All That’s Left to Know about America’s Band by Jon Stebbins
07/13/2012 Viewpoint (ss) by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/14/2012 The Dolphin and the Deep (na) by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/14/2012 Vashti (nv) by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/15/2012 Bear (nv) by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/15/2012 Outland: The Complete Library Sunday Comics 1989-1995 (gn) by Berkeley Breathed
07/16/2012 The Manor of Roses (na) by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/17/2012 The Stalking Trees (nv) by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/19/2012 The Ringworld Engineers (audiobook) by Larry Niven
07/21/2012 The Weirwoods by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/24/2012 Wolfwinter by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/27/2012 The Ringworld Throne (audiobook) by Larry Niven
07/30/2012 The Gods Abide by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/31/2012 The Tournament of Thorns by Thomas Burnett Swann
07/31/2012 The Lost Beach Boy by Jon Stebbins with David Marks

It was a fun month!
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Old August 5 2012, 05:48 AM   #1034
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Reading DS9: Warpath
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Old August 5 2012, 07:11 AM   #1035
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Just wrote my review for the latest new Trek release, Michael A. Martin's Titan: Fallen Gods.

Currently reading an early novel, Majliss Larson's Pawns and Symbols. Hoo boy, working to get through this one.
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