Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by captcalhoun, Dec 22, 2011.
Q-squared is a great TNg book it's one of my favorite Peter David novels.
Started on The Enterprise War by John Jackson Miller.
I started The Enterprise war by JJ Miller
TITAN - Over a torrent sea (trying not to get annoyed at Mr and Mrs Riker as a couple)
I'm taking a short break from Dresden Files: Turn Coat, and STTNG: Hearts and Minds and reading some Amazing Spider-Man comics. I read ASM Extra #1 and #2 over the last couple of days and now I'm on #3.
Moved on to Alien: Isolation by @KRAD .
I haven't played the game (yet) but so far, I am enjoying the novel.
Just started DS9: Original Sin by David R George III. About 70 pages in—I’m intrigued!
Continuing my post-nemesis read through with Titan: The Red King. I've really enjoyed the post nemesis stuff so far.
Just posted a short review of Star Trek #38: The IDIC Epidemic by Jean Lorrah. This is a sequel to an earlier novel, The Vulcan Academy Murders, also by Lorrah, which I very much enjoyed.
I'm currently reading The Original Series: The Antares Maelstrom by Greg Cox. Just about finished it, enjoying it so far!
I never read Ex Machina by Christopher L Bennet, so I've been working on that. Really an excellent book.
I did enjoy Alien Isolation by @KRAD
I'm not sure I'm going to play the game anytime soon (I'm seriously bad at stealth games) but I did want to see the story and thought this was great.
I'm now on The Antares Maelstrom by @Greg Cox
I've just finished DSC: The Way To The Stars, by Una McCormack (a really lovely novel about some formative experiences in Tilly's early life), and started To Be Taught, If Fortunate, by Becky Chambers (so far, so awesome!).
I must have missed the new Chambers novel. - I enjoyed the previous ones so I'll grab this one
Still on Enterprise War. It’s a bit boring the first 200 pages in but it picks up from there.
Just finished The Enterprise War. Really enjoyed it. Now I’m filling a gap in my Trek Lit reading and starting A Time To Kill by David Mack.
- I only discovered this one just before it was released. In fact, because I loved Becky Chambers' other books so much, I bought this one without even reading the blurb, or having any idea what it's about. It's not a Wayfarers novel - unless it is, and I just haven't got to the "connection" part yet...?
Two off my favourite Star Trek novels, with some lovely OCs,
I am just starting VOY Protectors after reading VOY The Eternal Tide (the writer seems intent on killing so many crew)
I switched over to some TOS, with the Genesis Trilogy, as in The Wrath of Khan, The Search for Spock and The Voyage Home novelizations. I've always heard good things about these books. I'm really enjoying the The Wrath of Khan novel so far. Its neat to see Vonda Mcintyre expand on all the Regulus Lab characters.
Started on The Walls of Jericho by Jon Land.
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