Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by captcalhoun, Dec 22, 2011.
A singular destiny
Made a start on Hell Hath No Fury by David Weber and Linda Evans.
Just posted a video review of TNG: Available Light by Dayton Ward on my YouTube channel.
Currently reading TNG #50: Dyson Sphere by Charles Pellegrino and George Zebrowski.
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.
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.
Rise of the Federation: Choice Of Futures
Like reading the Star Trek Encyclopedia.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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*
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"
I kept wondering why they were named after yogurt.
I've been reading Myriad Universes book 01 and Star Wars Master and Apprentice.
The Corpse wore Tartan by Kaitlynn Dunnett
VOY- Full Circle
VOY - Unworthy
SCE - Have tech will travel
Just posted a video review of TOS: The Captain's Oath by Christopher L. Bennett.
Currently reading Titan: Sword of Damocles by Geoffrey Thorne.
Kilt dead Kaitlynn Dunnett
Made a start on Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.
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