Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by theblitz, Sep 30, 2013.
They are in roughly chronological order, with some overlap of events.
I was kind of figuring that, since all 5 books are suppose to take place within a 60 day period, so even if one book's time frame was just one day, it would probably be overlapping with another book.
It will be fun to try to dissect the different chapters of the books and make of chronological list of them interspersed with one another.
Just make sure you do it in another thread please.
And don't forget to mark it "spoilers" in big, flashing letters.
It will probably be several years before I catch up in my book backlog enough to read The Fall.
It took me a year to get through all the DS9 relaunch books including the mirror-universe and most of the other background books.
26 books in 52 weeks.
Assuming I keep up a similar rate I should be able to read Fall in a few months - depending whether I read the extras added by Sci.
The Fall is interesting have just the 3rd book in the series and it gets better each chapter i like reading the crossover and cant wait till book four when Rickers crew gets its turn!
So I'm trying to make my way through the typhoon pact books so I can start on the The fall series. At the same time I want to finish the DS9 relaunch stuff and start on the vanguard series. Too many books and not enough time to read them all!
I know how you feel.
Luckily for me I had plenty of time to read all the DS9 relaunch and am now on Typhon Pact.
Ah I spent my time reading the new frontier series and TNG and VOY back stories.
Oh well it's all good fun.
Just so you know, it's Typhon with one o. They're named after the Typhon Expanse, the region of space where the TNG episode "Cause and Effect" took place, and where the members of the Pact first joined together.
And the Typhon Expanse is named after Typhon, the Father of All Monsters from Greek mythology.
I know. It's just the stupid auto correct on my iPad
I swear those things cause more problems than they solve.
Separate names with a comma.