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Old February 25 2013, 10:39 PM   #16
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Old February 26 2013, 01:06 AM   #17
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I know this is looking quite a way forward, but what about the Mirror Universe novels. I would have thought they were completely separate, but wikipedia has them in the main group....
The two versions of the cast do meet up in the IDW comic book miniseries, Turnaroud, which is vaguely referred to in Treason. It isn't essential though, so you could probably skip it with no problem. Be warned that if you decide to follow the Mirror Universe series, I believe there are some inconsistencies between Turnaround and Rise Like Lions. I've read them both, but I don't remember what the inconsistencies are.
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Old March 16 2013, 05:16 PM   #18
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Since I writing a retrospective of Voyager as I go through it, and had done a review previously for the first book, I figured I'd keep one going for New Frontier too. Here's Martyr.

Thanks to the advice in this thread, and the Trek Reading Flowchart, I've decided to read Fire in the Sky, then the Captain's Table entry and then stop. As Captain's Table entry is a flashback it felt like the perfect jumping off point to go back and read a bunch of Peter David's TNG work, eventually ending with Double Helix, bringing me back into New Frontier. It helps that on Kindle there's only a £2 difference between just the NF entry and the whole thing.
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