So What Are you Reading?: Generations

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

  1. Reanok

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    Star Trek TOS Death Count by L.A. Graff
     
  2. Trekfan12

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    I'm reading "Ex Machina" by Christopher Bennett
     
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  3. Greg Cox

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    The new Dlscovery novel by Dave Mack.
     
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  4. Reanok

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    Sherlock Holmes Angel at the opera by Sam Sicilian
     
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  5. John Clark

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    Giving The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith (or rather JK Rowling a go).
     
  6. Greg Cox

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    Recently read "Sherlock Holmes and the White Worm" by the same author.
     
  7. Reanok

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    I finished reading Sherlock Holmes and the Angel of the opera . I really enjoyed reading this story it was an intiguing story. I highly recommend this book.:techman:
     
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    Fear No Evil by Robin Caroll. Next after that is Rule of Law by Randy Singer.
     
  9. JD

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    I forgot to post that I started reading The Art of Frozen earlier in the week. I'm a ways into it already and it's been really interesting so far.
     
  10. Greg Cox

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    Have you read The Canary Trainer by Nicholas Meyer? It's an alternate take on Holmes vs. the Phantom of the Opera.
     
  11. Reanok

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    No I haven't heard of this book by Nicholas Meyer it sounds really interesting.
     
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    Reading for pleasure: YOU MIGHT AS WELL DIE by J.J. Murphy, an "Algonquin Round Table Mystery," featuring Dorothy Parker as a sleuth. With guest-appearances by Harry Houdini and Harpo Marx.

    Enjoying it so far.
     
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    Arisen (Book 13 - The Siege) by Michael Stephen Fuchs. After that, I'm not sure but possibly the next of the Ex series by Peter Clines.
     
  14. indianatrekker26

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    im reading TOS Yesterday`s Son by A.C. Crispin. This is a great early TOS book. its a sequel to the episode All Our Yesterdays
     
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  15. Greg Cox

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    I believe this was the first TREK novel to hit the NYT bestseller list, not counting movie novelizations.
     
  16. Reanok

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    I'm reading Cat about town by Cate Conte
     
  17. JD

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    I finished up The Art of Frozen on Monday and I've started rereading New 52 Wonder Woman Vol. 4: War.
    The Art of Frozen was good, it had some gorgeous artwork and the insights into what went into making the movie were really interesting.
     
  18. Reanok

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    I just finished reading 2 short sories Sanditon and The Watsons by Jane Austen. I'm now reading The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain.
     
  19. Charles Phipps

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    Whenever I write a book, I do my best to surround myself with the genre so I'm catching up on my Star Trek reader as I do a sequel to my Lucifer's Star novel.

    Right now it's Christopher Bennett's Rise of the Federation books.
     
  20. Reanok

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    The Black Arrow by Robert Louis Stephenson