Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by captcalhoun, Dec 22, 2011.
Star Trek TOS Death Count by L.A. Graff
I'm reading "Ex Machina" by Christopher Bennett
The new Dlscovery novel by Dave Mack.
Sherlock Holmes Angel at the opera by Sam Sicilian
Giving The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith (or rather JK Rowling a go).
Recently read "Sherlock Holmes and the White Worm" by the same author.
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.
Fear No Evil by Robin Caroll. Next after that is Rule of Law by Randy Singer.
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.
Have you read The Canary Trainer by Nicholas Meyer? It's an alternate take on Holmes vs. the Phantom of the Opera.
No I haven't heard of this book by Nicholas Meyer it sounds really interesting.
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.
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.
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
I believe this was the first TREK novel to hit the NYT bestseller list, not counting movie novelizations.
I'm reading Cat about town by Cate Conte
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.
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.
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.
The Black Arrow by Robert Louis Stephenson
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