... There are, so far, four TITAN books: TAKING WING by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels THE RED KING by Andy Mangels & Michael A. Martin ORION S HOUNDS byMessage 1 of 39 , Jun 26, 2008View Source
>Have anymore books abt Capt. Riker been written ? I don't see aThere are, so far, four TITAN books:
>listing for them in the database ?
TAKING WING by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels
THE RED KING by Andy Mangels & Michael A. Martin
ORION'S HOUNDS by Christopher L. Bennett
SWORD OF DAMOCLES by Geoffrey Thorne
The good ship Titan will be playing a significant role in the DESTINY trilogy by David Mack, and then we'll get a fifth TITAN book next March, also by Christopher, entitled UNDER A TORRENT SEA.
Keith R.A. DeCandido
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If you re looking for a few more of the old Bantam releases, I have some available at my online bookstore: http://johnthebear.blujay.com &Message 39 of 39 , Mar 28, 2010View SourceIf you're looking for a few more of the old Bantam releases, I have some
my online bookstore:
http://johnthebear.blujay.com & http://turnedpages.ecrater.com
Titles such as Vulcan!, both of the Phoenix Saga, World Without End and
On Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 8:00 AM, scott8688 <email@example.com> wrote:
> So I decided to start from a point where I can read as many Star Trek books
> as I possibly can. I have started with the Bantam books and have read the
> following books so far:
> 1)Amazing Stories Book 1
> 2)Badlands Books 1 & 2
> 3)Death's Angel
> 4)Devil World
> 5)Perry's Planet
> 6)Planet of Judgement
> 7)Spock Messiah
> 8)Spock Must Die
> 9)The Fate of the Phoenix
> 10)Brave and Bold Books 1 & 2
> So far all of them have been very interesting to read and I have had fun
> reading all of them, now I have about 540 or so books to go in my list of
> reading books.
> I have read all the Star Trek TNG novels and the last one I believe I have
> read was the Titan Synthesis book, which to me was a very unique and
> interesting book to read.
> I must say, thank goodness for my new Barnes & Noble Nook E-Reader. I could
> probably never do that having to read all those paper back books, which I
> believe the Bantam Novels are out of print.
> Someday I will finish, I also have the Sorrows of the Empire which I have
> yet to read, perhaps soon.
> So far good reading all these old books.
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at length evening comes, with its sacred song
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