Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by captcalhoun, Dec 22, 2011.
Just finished Karen Witemeyer's Head in the Clouds, on to To Win Her Heart.
Started on Cassandra Kresnov: Breakaway by Joel Shepherd yesterday
I finished up STTNG: Armageddon's Arrow last night. I've actually been reading it since September, but the slow going wasn't do to lack of interest, I just ended up getting sidetracked by other stuff. I'll post my thoughts over in the review thread.
Once I finished that one, I started the digital collected edition of the Dresden Files comic miniseries Ghoul Goblin.
Started with Star Trek Vanguard: Harbinger, I am going to reread the Vanguard saga.
One of the best saga's I have read
Just started reading ST Ent Kobayashi Maru.
Going to read all the books related to Post Destiny series including Destiny and onwards for the next two years.
So will move onto the Lovell series and Vanguard Stargazer after, then New Frontier and onto Gorkon then the DS9 relaunch, Then TNG A Time To and onwards towards Nemesis/immediate post Nemesis and Voyager books....
lmao a wee bit insane but need to get through them all to The Fall series.
Thats a great series btw Have you read any of W.E.B Griffin's books?
My dad's often recommended those to me, but I haven't read any yet - what do you think of them?
Rereading "The Alienist" by Caleb Carr, for the first time in decades.
Getting ready for the TV series?
I just finished The Fall: Crimson Shadow and will be continuing in the series. I enjoyed it, but I am a sucker for Cardassian stories, especially those with Garak.
I finished Star Trek: Prometheus: Fire with Fire by Bernd Perplies & Christian Humberg.
I'm currently reading Arrow: Vengeance by Oscar Balderrama & Lauren Certo.
I finished reading Star Trek Titan Fortune of war by David Mack and Star Trek Prometheus Fire with Fire. I've started reading Star Trek Ds9 Original sin by David R.George.
Just read: Binti by Nnedi Okafor
Currently Reading: Artemis by Andy Weir
Next up: Redshirts by John Scalzi, Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson, The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, or The Three Body Problem by Cixin Liu. Haven't decided which to read first.
With the lull in Trek books, I'm realizing how badly I need to branch out and read more. Hopefully it will spur along my own writing.
Currently reading Resistance. Just finished The Latter Fire which was a very well done TOD book. Anyone got any good recommendations with the TOS series? Ive read the First Federation and Seven of Nine one.
I absolutely love Burning Dreams but it isn't your usual TOS book. It is essentially the back story of Christopher Pike and (with a bit of help from the Early Voyages comic series) made Pike my favorite Enterprise captain. I've recently read the TOS installments in the Day of Honor and Invasion! series and found both quite intriguing.
Also, if you haven't read it, Vanguard doesn't quite qualify as "pure" TOS but it's set in the 23rd century and to say that it was well received would be quite an understatement.
And, tangentially referenced in Vanguard, the Errand of Vengeance and Errand of Fury trilogies were very interesting in their Klingon aspects.
Couldn't agree with you more Jinn!! ----> Captain Pike is sooo underrated and Needs plenty of more literature coverage, imho...
I just finished up the collected edition of The Dresden Files comic book miniseries. It was really good, but I was a bit disappointed that since much of it took place outside of the series' main setting of Chicago we didn't get to see any of the series other major characters besides Dresden, Bob the skull, and a cameo from Murphy.
Once I finished that I started The Art of Big Hero 6.
Myriad Universes - Shattered Light
Have you read the Dresden files novels?
Can you compare them to Angel show?
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