25865RE: [Star Trek Books] RE: Questions about Star Trek storyline roadmap...(MAJOR MAJOR spoilers so be vewwy vewwy cah-fool)
- Sep 3, 2013That’s fair I guess but it’s so weird seeing lots of chatter in the novel about Picard wanting to become an ambassador now that he has a kid and etc, etc.
It would be very cool to see that linkage back to Countdown. I guess that curious fans like yours truly will just have to wait and see. Whether Picard truly becomes an ambassador or not, the destruction of Romulus will still be a watershed moment for the novels.
The other interesting thing is given that it takes time to craft trek stories and get them published, such an event could take another 3-4 years to see publishing daylight.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Keith R. A. DeCandido
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2013 11:12 PM
Subject: Re: [Star Trek Books] RE: Questions about Star Trek storyline roadmap...(MAJOR MAJOR spoilers so be vewwy vewwy cah-fool)
> > The destruction of Romulus in 2387 was a clearly established fact in theActually, the novel line is totally not beholden to anything established in the
> > 2009 Star Trek movie, so once the novels get to 2387 the authors will have
> > to write with that fact in mind, as it is part of the mainstream universe,
> > just like the events of Star Trek IV The Voyage Home that took place in
> > 1986. Picard's Ambassadorship and Data's captaining of the Enterprise-E are
> > from the comic "Countdown", so it will have to be seen.
COUNTDOWN comic book. The only thing they have to acknowledge is the destruction
of Romulus in 2387 and Spock and Nero and his crew disappearing right after
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