So What Are you Reading?: Generations

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

  1. wahwahkits

    wahwahkits Commander Red Shirt

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    I'm currently reading 'Corona' by Greg Bear
     
  2. Drago-Kazov

    Drago-Kazov Fleet Captain

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    Starting Obama does Globalistan by Pepe Escobar or Bzerzinski: Technochratic Age, not sure which one to pick.

    As far as lighter reading is concerned i finally finished the third Errand of Vengeance book. So now i will try the Star Trek the Best and The Brightest and give a shot to a Battletech trilogy called the Jade series i think.
     
  3. Snaploud

    Snaploud Admiral Admiral

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    I recently finished Nate Silver's The Signal and the Noise, Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Brinkmanship, and Star Trek: TNG: Cold Equations: The Persistence of Memory.
     
  4. Drago-Kazov

    Drago-Kazov Fleet Captain

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    I forgot, i almost finished Forever War by Haldeman.
     
  5. Kertrats47

    Kertrats47 Commodore Commodore

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  6. WarsTrek1993

    WarsTrek1993 Captain Captain

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    I just finished reading The Persistence of Memory a few days ago and I loved it. Since it's by David Mack, count on a surprise ending...

    Now reading Star Wars: Choices of One. As it takes place before The Empire Strikes Back, it's interesting to read about everyone's characterization. (Especially an experienced, but still rather geeky and naive Luke Skywalker).
     
  7. JD

    JD Admiral Admiral

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    I decided to take a short break from the stuff I'm reading to work my way through the e-book companion to James Rollins Sigma Force series, the Sigma Guide which is written by our very own Greg Cox. So far it's been a really nice overview of the series.
     
  8. Greg Cox

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    Thanks! That was a fun project that I worked closely with Jim on.
     
  9. Fer

    Fer Commander Red Shirt

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    Just finished Coruscant Nights I: Jedi Twilight. Moving on to Coruscant Nights II: Street of Shadows, and planning to pick up Silent Weapons next payday and reading it next. Can't wait!
     
  10. Drago-Kazov

    Drago-Kazov Fleet Captain

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    Don't read the 3d book, they meessed up the continuity. The 4th book will be real ending.
     
  11. Fer

    Fer Commander Red Shirt

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    Since my goal is to catch up on reading all the Star Wars books I'm still going to give it a chance, but I'll be sure to have my "alternate continuity" filter firmly in place. ;)
     
  12. PKS8304

    PKS8304 Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Finished Brinkmanship.
    Reading Star Trek Titan: Fallen Gods by Michael A. Martin next
     
  13. Patrick O'Brien

    Patrick O'Brien Captain Captain

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    Reading David Mack's Silent Weapons, after finishing The Klingon Gambit.
     
  14. John Clark

    John Clark Commodore Commodore

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    I'm about 80 percent through Silent Weapons by David Mack.

    I've then got an SG1 book to try and The Bloody Red Baron by Kim Newman.
     
  15. Reanok

    Reanok Commodore Commodore

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    I'm reading a Tos novel Deep Domain by Howard Weinstein.I haven't read this book in along time and I really like the exploration of an ocean world with unique anaimals.I like the Spock&Chekov storyline in this book.
     
  16. S. Gomez

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    I've started an audiobook version of Wilkie Collins' The Woman In White, which is really good so far. It's great when actors read books that are narrated by the characters themselves.
     
  17. rahullak

    rahullak Commodore Commodore

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    Currently reading: Star Trek: The Next Generation: Cold Equations: Silent Weapons by David Mack and Daemon by Daniel Suarez
     
  18. Greg Cox

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    Just started reading the TNG 365 volume, which I'm enjoying so far. Lots of fun photos and behind-the-scenes stuff.
     
  19. T'Bonz

    T'Bonz Romulan Curmudgeon Administrator

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    Robert Greenberger's Starfleet: The Complete Unauthorized History.
     
  20. Drago-Kazov

    Drago-Kazov Fleet Captain

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    I will probablyget derailed in rad the politically themed book i got with my newspaper.