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Old October 10 2013, 03:29 PM   #46
Dave Scarpa
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Re: It's Over.

I don't know I do like that there is a ever changing universe, but it does make it tough to jump into alot of the series if you havent read all the series. Plus I think there is too much Political stuff going on, that perhaps the exploration gets pushed into the background
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Old October 10 2013, 10:00 PM   #47
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I don't know I do like that there is a ever changing universe, but it does make it tough to jump into alot of the series if you havent read all the series. Plus I think there is too much Political stuff going on, that perhaps the exploration gets pushed into the background
yeah 100 percent agreed on the political stuff. It's why i'm looking so forward to the Seekers books coming out next year. "space, the final frontier, these are the voyages of the starship Enterprise, it's continuing mission, to EXPLORE STRANGE NEW WORLDS, to SEEK OUT NEW LIFEFORMS and NEW CIVILIZATIONS, to BOLDLY GO where no one has gone before." Most of the books now, seemed to have forgotten about this mantra that makes star trek, star trek. i mean, yes, the Kirsten Beyer Voyager books have been doing great at that, but the balance isn't there.
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Old October 10 2013, 10:26 PM   #48
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Re: It's Over.

As much as I've been enjoying the big political arc, I do agree it would be nice if we got more stand alone exploration stories. Maybe instead of all the TOS books in the beginning of the year, they could give us a combination of TOS, and standalone 24th century in-continuity exploration stories leading up the the big event at the end of the year.
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