Re: [Star Trek Books] Enterprise Novels
- At 08:42 PM 12/2/05, you wrote:
>I haven't read any Enterprise novels yet -- I'd like to hear of anyI really enjoyed By the Book.
>titles you'd recommend or even the ones to avoid.
I haven't had a chance to read the other novels yet.
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- Just to also chime in here, I also enjoyed Dave Stern's ENTERPRISE books. While I wouldn't call any of them "great", I felt that they were enjoyable reads, the Daedalus duology a tad better than WHAT PRICE HONOR? probably (which probably makes sense since Stern would have been more familiar with the characters by the time he started writing DAEDALUS and DAEDALUS'S CHILDREN). Enough so that I definitely consider Stern to be "the" ENTERPRISE novelist at this point.
The other ENTERPRISE books (BY THE BOOK, SURAK'S SOUL, and TV episode novelizations) were okay as well. I would recommend them to folks who really like the TV series (i.e., ENTERPRISE completists) but not especially to folks just generally interested in Star Trek books.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Ian McFarlane
Sent: Saturday, December 03, 2005 2:29 PM
I actually think that all of the Enterprise novels were good. The Dave
Stern ones "What Price Honor" and the Daedalus ones were the best. There
was another one called Surak's Soul that wasn't too bad either in my
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