25906Re: [Star Trek Books] What's everyone reading?
- Dec 29, 2013I didn't read a Star Trek books since June. I read other SF or fantasy books. But a desire to read again a Star Trek book starts tickling. It seems to be the case every beginning of a year. I read 6 Star Trek books at the beginning of this year, plus a lot of comics, and then I stopped. So maybe I'll start reading Kobayashi Maru, the one from Enterprise. I liked the way 'The good that men do' changes the end of the TV series and I want to read the next book.
I didn't read the Crucible books but I read Doctor's Order and even if I don't remember the story I remember I loved it.
For the Fall I have a long way before reading them. I first need to read Destiny and all the Typhon Pact.
The lost years is a book that tempting me for a while. Maybe one day.
I wish you all an happy new year.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "bj" <bjones44@...> wrote:
> After all this talk about Doctor's Orders, I'll have to reread it!
> Since I just finished Crucible: McCoy & haven't started on Spock,
> maybe I'll just stay with McCoy for a bit.
> re: Shadows on the Sun -- it would be interesting to see how he "confronts
> his past" in this vs how it happened in Crucible. So maybe I better add that
> to the pile. :-)
> When I get to Spock, I'll probably also read the Sarek & Spock's World
> books; maybe re-read, I can't remember!
> I also got Takei's book last night and somehow wandered over to Wil Weaton's
> site and got his books as well.
> BTW a few years ago I also listened to the audiobooks by Shatner -- his
> memoirs about the ST series & movies.
> Great fun.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chad Bettis
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> Doctors Orders is one of my favorite rereads...
> On Dec 29, 2013, at 1:21 PM, Karen Geer <karendome@...> wrote:
> I recently finished Shadows on the Sun. I liked the McCoy portion of the
> story. I didn't find the aliens as interesting. I loved the Doctor's
> Orders. No I don't just read books about McCoy.
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