Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by captcalhoun, Dec 22, 2011.
I just finished "Over a Torrent Sea" last night, and moving on to "Synthesis".
you will love it
It's my favourite Titan book With the "Torrent Sea" just behind it (I'm re-reading them, so their quality is not an enigma ).
I just finished reading The Third Kingdom by Terry Goodkind . It certainly was a longwinded &boring story. I also finished reading Impact by Douglas Preston it certainly was a fast paced exciting story.
That's exactly what I thought about The Third Kingdom when I read it a year ago. I am weary about reading the new book Severed Souls.
I'm still treading through A New Dawn. My interest in that book is waning, and I'm halfway through it. I also started Seekers Book 1, now that Book 2 just came out. So I can read it all together. Now this book is holding my interest, but when does a David Mack story not do that to me??
I know you're out there, Mr. Mack. If John Jackson Miller can cross over into Trek, God I'd love to see you do a star wars story. That is, if you had any interest in that universe. The nice thing is, with this new "cannon" with star wars, you wouldn't be tied down by anything from all the "Legends" stories of the past. But back to Seekers, just a great story so far. Since I'm relatively a new father (have a 1 year old) your story with Nimur and her daughter has really struck close to home. It's not often a story is still sticking to me, through the day.
Oh, he is interested and the SW editor (former Trek editor Jennifer Heddle) is aware of that since a few days ago:
The new "cannon" with Star Wars? Does that mean it's now a fully armed and operational battle station?
Oh this gets me all kinds of fanboy-excited. Mack's style might be an even better fit for SW than ST.
very nice to hear! I would buy a David Mack-penned star wars novel in a heart beat.
oh ha ha Christopher.
Noo! David has to stay HERE in star trek!!!
There's no reason an author can't do both. Hell, I've written for nearly every franchise under the sun--although Star Wars remains the Mount Everest I have yet to climb.
(I would also kill to take a crack at the Universal Monsters.)
It would be great if David Mack wrote a Star wars novel.
I wrote love to see a David Mack written SW story.
I'm reading the kill list by Frederick Forsyth.
I'm re reading StarTrek ds9 Plagues of night by David R. George.
The lies of LockeLamora.
"Seize the Fire" to conclude my re-read of the Titan series (I read "Fallen Gods" a couple of months ago, so won't again at this time).
Next on the list are two DTI novels, which arrived today in my mailbox
I am in book 2 of Mission Gamma: The Grey Spirit. I enjoy the story plot, but the characters seem a little off at times. But I am enjoying the plot so far.
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