Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by Kilana2, Apr 15, 2016.
Dayton Ward's account shows that his last post on this board was in July 2010.
Get off my lawn.
Oh My God! It's Dayton Ward!
Stand in front of a mirror and say his name three times...
This is one of my favorite things that's happened here in a really long time
"His name three times."
Wow. I was not expecting anything to happen as a result of my post.
So you mean to tell me that Quark, Rom and Nog were inadvertently responsible for the creation of Section 31?
Mind = blown.
Actually it's Cousin Gailas fault.
Mind < blown now?
Without Gaila, S31 would never exist.
So, what does that mean for the Kelvin timeline?
Wibbley wobbley timey wimey... stuff.
I just finished this and I thought it was very good. One of the more enjoyable TOS books.
I don't know how I managed to miss seeing this last year, but found it about a month ago and finished reading it today. This was a terrific follow-up to From History's Shadow, and I really enjoyed seeing Lincoln interact with Kirk and Spock again. The various references to the Eugenics Wars (among other things) made me smile when I came across them, as did Nogura reading Kirk the riot act over his numerous temporal violations.
And the very end - yeah, that was great. I really hope that Dayton decides to write another one and take that idea even further. I'll be looking for that.
The upcoming novel Hearts and Minds is going to be a sequel to History's Shadow and Elusive Salvation.
In the first second, I thought you that mixed up with the Excalbian episode and book, then I realised there are two Lincolns in the Trek franchise that Kirk & Spock met.
Just as an FYI, it's going to be a post-The Fall TNG book.
Thanks for the info, guys! I guess the beauty of having missed ES last year is that I won't have to wait so long to read Book III.
The novel has been nominated for a Scribe Award.
I finished reading this one last night, and I really enjoyed it. It was fun seeing Roberta Lincoln and Mestral again.
I'm a big Guinan fan, so I got a kick out of her brief appearance early in the book.
The stuff with the Ptean and the Iramahl was pretty interesting.
The last sentence of the book was a cool little reveal.
This gets a solid outsanding from me. Very well done, @Dayton Ward.
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