So What Are you Reading?: Generations

Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by captcalhoun, Dec 22, 2011.

  1. Cap'n Crunch

    Cap'n Crunch Captain Captain

    Jul 3, 2008
    Knoxville, TN
    I finished Star Trek: New Frontier: No Limits: "Performance Appraisal" by Allyn Gibson the other day.

    I'm now reading Fringe: The Zodiac Paradox by Christa Faust. I'm six chapters in, and so far it's been pretty good.
  2. Admiral_Young

    Admiral_Young Fleet Admiral Admiral

    Feb 27, 2002
    Just started "Star Trek The Fall: Revelation and Dust" by David R. George III.
  3. Relayer1

    Relayer1 Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Aug 21, 2011
    The Black Country, England
    Just started From History's Shadow by Dayton Ward.

    After a slow TOS sequence it's got going - I'm engrossed !
  4. Reanok

    Reanok Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Dec 26, 2002
    :techman:I just finished reading Star trek Revelations and dust one of the best ds9 books I've read this year.I'm now reading The Panther by Nelson Demille.
  5. Paris

    Paris Commodore Commodore

    Dec 29, 2008
    In the future's past
    I also just finished Revelations and Dust, and I also really enjoyed it. Next up will probably be Vanguard #5: Precipice by David Mack :)
  6. CaptainSarine

    CaptainSarine Commander Red Shirt

    Aug 27, 2009
    Lyon, France
    Just finished Flight of the Nighthawks by Raymond E Feist. Rereading the whole Riftwar saga before reading the last one at the end of the year. Not a bad entry, though the "two young boys become embroiled in important events" trope may have been a bit over utilised by Feist by this point... :)
  7. wahwahkits

    wahwahkits Commander Red Shirt

    Apr 5, 2007
    England, somewhere between Liverpool and Chester
    Just finished the TNG novel 'The Devils' Heart' by Carmen Carter. Not a bad book but with a bit of tweaking could have been a classic.
  8. JWolf

    JWolf Commodore Commodore

    Oct 9, 2005
    Massachusetts, USA
    I am currently reading Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson. I am close to finishing. It is a good book with some good character development.

  9. ryan123450

    ryan123450 Commodore Commodore

    Jan 20, 2005
    Woodward, OK
    I'm reading through the first volume of DC Comics Star Trek series. So far a very interesting take on the movie era.
  10. Use of Time

    Use of Time Commodore Commodore

    Jul 25, 2012
    Va. Beach, VA
    I recently finished TNG#37 The Last Stand by Brad Ferguson. I really liked this book. It has been a while since one of the numbered TNG books really got me hooked. Read this one inside of a day.

    I am starting The 34th Rule by Armin Shimmerman, David George and Eric Stillwell.
  11. jpv2000

    jpv2000 Captain Captain

    Dec 27, 2012
    Georgia, United States
    Starting on "Synthesis" today.
  12. Mimi

    Mimi Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

    Jul 17, 2013
    Just finishing up Typhon Pact, after following its path through the DS9 relaunch line. After reading the first book of fall [and probably Crimson Shadow which will be out by the time I finish], I'll backtrack and read Titan.

    Since I've heard so many good things about Vanguard, that's next on the reading list!
  13. Greg Cox

    Greg Cox Admiral Premium Member

    May 12, 2004
    Oxford, PA
    I just stumbled onto two early tie-in novels at a yard sale:

    "Walt Disney's ANNETTE and the Mystery at Smuggler's Cove."

    "JANET LENNON at Camp Calamity"--an "Authorized TV Adventure" featuring the "Singing Star from the Lawrence Welk TV Show."

    Who knew there were Lawrence Welk Show (!) tie-in novels? And an Annette Funicello mystery? Fascinating!
  14. CaffeineAddict

    CaffeineAddict Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

    May 25, 2013
    Staffordshire, United Kingdom
    reading the fourth Vanguard novel, Open Secrets. Overall i'm not fond of TOS-Era books, but Vanguard has me gripped.
  15. CaptPapa

    CaptPapa Commander Red Shirt

    Feb 15, 2009
    I really do not know . . .
    I just finished reading Vanguard: Harbinger, but didn't care much for it.
    I've started the novelization for The Wrath of Khan, and will continue with Search for Spock and The Voyage Home, at least. Several people have mentioned them lately, and it put me in the mood. It's been many years since I read them - so far, so good.
  16. Killie

    Killie Lieutenant Red Shirt

    Nov 27, 2011
    Just read the excellent Star Trek Novel "The Final Reflection" by John M. Ford.

    I thought it was superb and posted a review here if anyone is interested.
  17. PsychoPere

    PsychoPere Vice Admiral Admiral

    May 25, 2002
    I started Star Wars: Crucible earlier this week and finished it a couple days ago. It was decent, though I'm still not fond of Troy Denning's need to have Jedi constantly glowing in the middle of a big fight. It seems rather silly.

    I'm trying to figure out where to go next as I "return" to the SW EU. I quickly read through all of Legacy of the Force last year before getting caught up on and finishing Fate of the Jedi as it was released, so there are a lot of novels that came out after The Dark Nest Trilogy but before LOTF that I have yet to read.

    At the moment I'm leaning toward Matthew Stover's Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor, though John Jackson Miller's Kenobi is tempting as is Timothy Zahn's Scoundrels.
  18. Defcon

    Defcon Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    May 9, 2003
  19. Christopher

    Christopher Writer Admiral

    Mar 15, 2001
    Hmm. I'm a little puzzled, since I don't remember being interviewed for this book, but one of the chapters in the Titan section is an interview with me. Did they reprint an old interview from somewhere else?
  20. Defcon

    Defcon Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    May 9, 2003
    I think they reused some interviews they did for earlier books bonus stuff and/or

    In your case they reused the German version of this interview. I would have thought that they had asked the interviewed authors if it is O.K. to reuse the old interviews ...