So What Are you Reading?: Generations

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

  1. Nyotarules

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    A singular destiny
     
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    Made a start on Hell Hath No Fury by David Weber and Linda Evans.
     
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    Dyson Sphere Is an interesting book. Charles Pellegrino also wrote two interesting books about the Titanic I've read that are well written .He went on a scientific expedition to the titanic and wrote about his experiences.
     
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    Just posted my review of TNG: Resistance by J.M. Dillard. This wasn't my favorite novel, but there were a few things about it I enjoyed. Not terrible, but not stellar.
     
  6. BillJ

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    Rise of the Federation: Choice Of Futures

    Like reading the Star Trek Encyclopedia.
     
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    I finished reading a new mystery novel Murder is votive of confidence by Cristin Brecher. I'm now reading Booking the crook by Laurie Cass.
     
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    I'm over halfway through Ball Lightning by Cixin Liu. Any Trek fan who likes a hard sci-fi story should look at this one.
     
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    Is that good or bad? I kept the family encyclopedias in my room so I might not hate that lol. Although I’ve been stuck halfway RotFed: Live by the Code for a couple weeks now.
     
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    I finished up ST: Elusive Salvation last night, and started The Gathering Storm, the second collection of the Star War: Poe Dameron comic book series. It's written by Charles Soule, with art by Phil Noto.
     
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    Depends on the reader. I'm not one for needing to constantly be reminded something takes place in the Star Trek Universe, I'm also not a big fan of small universe syndrome. Both exist in abundance in A Choice of Futures.
     
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    Ahhhh. Most of my problem is real life keeps interfering with my play time. And by that I mostly mean danged social media. *is ashamed*
     
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    I started reading the old Bantam novel "Devil World" If I'm not mistaken this novel has a bit of a bad reputation (unless I'm confusing it with another Bantam book). I like horror movies so I actually kind of like the creepy aliens, the Danons, in this novel, who appear like devils and who leave the crew feeling uneasy. It's a weird novel, but we'll see how it goes.

    I'm also reading TNG novel "The Forgotten War"
     
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    I kept wondering why they were named after yogurt.
     
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    I've been reading Myriad Universes book 01 and Star Wars Master and Apprentice.
     
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    The Corpse wore Tartan by Kaitlynn Dunnett
     
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    VOY- Full Circle
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    Kilt dead Kaitlynn Dunnett
     
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    Made a start on Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.
     
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