So What Are you Reading?: Generations

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

  1. Reanok

    Reanok Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    I agree with you it was a lousy book.I'm now reading Qurantine by John Vornholt.
     
  2. Stephen!

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    Finally finished "Protectors" and started "Acts of Contrition".
     
  3. John Clark

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    Made a start on the Ryanverse novel Commander in Chief this morning.
     
  4. indianatrekker26

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    for those of you who've read them all, can i read the Voyager books (Full Circle to Atonement) separately from the other TNG/DS9 books (Everything Cold Equations to present releases)? or is there alot of cross-over between the books?
     
  5. Kilana2

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    This one was much better, although still not one of my favorites. The whole DH series was mediocre.
     
  6. Christopher

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    You can definitely read them separately. They aren't even set in the same year. Voyager has only just started to catch up with the original Typhon Pact miniseries, chronologically speaking.
     
  7. indianatrekker26

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    awesome. I was afraid if i jumped into the TNG/DS9 stuff, i'd inadvertently spoil myself on the VOY books.
     
  8. Kertrats47

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    Almost done the Mere Anarchy series! Just posted my review of book 5, The Blood-Dimmed Tide by Howard Weinstein.

    We'll be covering book 6 on next week's Literary Treks podcast, and my review will follow shortly thereafter.
     
  9. JD

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    Last night I finished up ST:Vanguard's final novel, Storming Heaven, which was a amazing conclusion to the series. I posted my thoughts over in it's review thread.
    I also finished up Roar and Live, the prequel novella to Veronica Rossi's Under the Never Sky. It enjoyed it quite a bit, it was cool to get a story focused on supporting characters from the main series.
    With both of those done, I started one new book, Blood Red Road, the first post in Moria Young's post apocalyptic series The Dustlands.
     
  10. Reanok

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    I started reading Double Helix book 5 Double or nothing by Peter David.
     
  11. indianatrekker26

    indianatrekker26 Captain Captain

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    http://killie-booktalk.blogspot.com/p/star-trek-reading-challenge.html I'm using David King's reading challenge list of star trek books, and i'm starting with TNG: Encounter at Farpoint, and just moving forward from there. I've always wanted to do this big read through of the 24th century stuff using Encounter as a starting point. I know it'll take me a while, but i have all the books, and it will be a blast.
     
  12. JD

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    Before I started Blood Red Road, I had also started The Eflstones of Shannara. I had originally planed on just adding BRR to my book rotation, but yesterday I decided to go ahead and stick with EsoS too.
     
  13. C. Cole-Chakotay

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    I'm reading Endgame Sky Key.
     
  14. Reanok

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    I finished reading Star Trek Double or Nothing by Peter David.:rolleyes: The whole Double Helix miniseries is mediocre at best. I didn't really care for this series of stories.
     
  15. Killie

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    Finished reading The Vulcan Academy Murders by Jean Lorrah.

    I have to admit it is the greatest mystery novel I have ever read but was interesting enough. My full review can be found here.
     
  16. Christopher

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    I think you left out a "not" there...
     
  17. Reanok

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    I started reading Star trek Seekers 4 At the last by Dayton Ward a& Kevin Dilmore. I really like this story and have read over a 100 pages. I like seeing what the Endeavour crew is up to in this novel.:techman:
     
  18. Kertrats47

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    Just posted my review of book 6 in the Mere Anarchy series, Its Hour Come Round by Margaret Wander Bonanno. Really enjoyed this one. A lovely ending to this series.

    Finishing up Q-Strike by Greg Cox, and starting on one I've been wanting to read for ages: The Buried Age by Christopher.
     
  19. indianatrekker26

    indianatrekker26 Captain Captain

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    i'm currently reading The Force Awakens novelization by Alan Dean Foster and The Bone Labyrinth by James Rollins
     
  20. Cap'n Crunch

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    I finished Star Trek: Titan: Sight Unseen by James Swallow. I very much enjoyed and posted my thoughts in the review thread.

    I'm now reading Welcome to Night Vale by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor.