Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by captcalhoun, Dec 22, 2011.
I've just finished up DRG3's DS9: Ascendance and have started Andy Weir's The Martian
Finished A Pocket full of Lies. Starting with Child of Two Worlds.
I finished Duma Key last night. I'm not sure what I'll read next. I really need to finish Star Trek Voyager: Atonement. I just can't get into that book!
Just posted my latest review: The first book in the "Shatnarrative" as a friend of mine calls it: The Ashes of Eden.
Enjoyed it for the most part! Check out my review here.
I thought it was really great....
Spoiler: Ending SPOILERS
I had always assumed he was going to have to undo the saving of JFK (if he had succeeded), and I started to turn on the book when I thought that it was going to be because he wanted to save Sadie after she was killed. Thank god that wasn't the case as I'd have been super pissed if that happened.
Good stuff overall!
Haha I'm going to have to steal that, if you don't mind. I love a good portmanteau.
By all means! "Shatnerverse" is all well and good, but "Shatnarrative" kills it. I stole it to begin with, myself!
I'm reading Morning Star by Pierce Brown. It is good, but it feels like the author has lost some momentum from the first two books.
I enjoyed Dead Witch Walking, but now I've moved on to Human Division by John Scalzi.
I'm currently reading TOS: The Latter Fire by James Swallow and getting back to my 24th century chronological read-through with TNG: Masks by John Vornholt. I really love this one.
I started Space by James Michener last night, but It by Stephen King came in the mail today.
I started reading Star Trek Tos Burning Dreams by Margaret Bonnano.
I decided to begin reading It.
I finished reading Star Trek Tos Burning Dreams by Margaret Bonnnao I thought the story about Christopher Pike was well written. I'm now reading The Casandra Project by Jack McDevitt.
Just started Pocket Full of Lies. I promise I will eventually read Destiny. It's been sat on my bedside table staring at me for months.
i thought of re-starting the post-tv series run of books. I figured DS9 Avatar by S.D. Perry would be a good re-starting point. I'd hit all the post-Series DS9 stuff, then the first 4 post-Series VOY books, A Time to,,, series, and onwards.
"Print the Legend: The Life and Times of John Ford" by Scott Eyman
I had started the post-nemesis books from the start with TNG: Death in Winter, thanks to this handy site: http://startreklitverse.yolasite.com/simple-post-nemesis-reading-list.php. This was back in the fall of last year. I got through that one, TTN: Taking Wing and TTN: The Red King. I'm now getting back to that list with Articles of the Federation. I've heard alot of good things about this book.
Artice of The Federation was awesome! I hope you love it
I finished Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Ascendance by David R. George III.
I'm currently reading Star Trek: Voyager: A Pocket Full of Lies by Kirsten Beyer.
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