Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by captcalhoun, Dec 22, 2011.
I wrapped up Titan: Taking Wing saturday night, yesterday i started up Titan: The Red King.
I'm 13% into "Sight Unseen" (funny, how e-reader and Goodreads changed how I think about e-book reading progress ). It's about 50 pages in. So far, so good. Intriguing.
Just finished Unspoken Truth by the wonderful MWB. Really enjoyed the calm pace this novel set and the fleshing out of Saavik.
Next up, In the Name of Honor from Dayton Ward.
Started Uncertain Logic last night. Look forward to getting more into it tonight.
I'm finishing up High on Arrival by MacKenzie Phillips tonight. Then I think I'll return to a book I started last month.
I finished Torchwood: Slow Decay by Andy Lane.
I'm currently reading Star Trek: New Frontier: The Returned, Part 3 by Peter David.
I continued reading The Tehran Initiative by Joel C. Rosenberg.
I just finished reading Star Trek Ds9 Rough beasts of the empire by David R. George.
Just picked up The Witch of Lime Street, a new non-fiction book about Harry Houdini and his feud with a famous 1920's spiritualist. Looks interesting.
Michael J Fox: Lucky man
Just posted a short review of the 14th S.C.E. story, Caveat Emptor by Ian Edginton & Mike Collins.
Right now, reading A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin.
I've just started DS9: Mission Gamma: This Gray Spirit, by Heather Jarman. It's been months since I wrapped up DRG3's DS9 Twilight, and it's nice to be getting back to the early DS9 relaunch
Read Justin Richards's DW book Apollo 23- typical lightweight fun, though Eleven wasn't as Eleveny as I'd have expected from the usually spot-on Justin. Am I the only person who thought the aliens are described to basically be the Bringers Of Wonder aliens from Space 1999?
I'm going to start with Star Trek -The Fall 1.......
Just about to start on The Martian by Andrew Weir.
i wrapped up Titan: The Red King last night. I enjoyed that book much more than Titan: Taking Wing. Mangels and Martin got away from all the political stuff and got into exploring the unknown with the red king . I just started Titan: Orion's Hounds this morning, only a few pages in. Using the great flow-chart linked on here, I started with TNG: Death in Winter and have been chugging forward in chronological order.
Glad it was of some help to you. Also: Orion's Hounds is absolutely the best Titan you've seen yet; you're in for a treat.
I actually own all of the post-nemesis books, all the way to Titan: Sight Unseen. I've read a bit here and there over the past few years. I decided to start fresh with Death in Winter and just move forward. I know I have quite the backlog of books to get through. I'm looking forward to Orion's Hounds. I loved Christopher Bennett's TNG: The Buried Age and TOS: Ex Machina very much.
I started "Armageddon's Arrow" today.
I plan on starting The Fate of Ten (I am Number 4) tonight.
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