Re: [Star Trek Books] Another Welcome/Vulcans
> Love Vulcan Academy Murders and stories like THE IDICThe IDIC Epidemic is a great one. Got that one at the library. I'd
> Epidemic, Crispin's Yesterday novels, Ishmael etc.
> Margaret Wander Bonanno is the author of my favorite
> trek novel Strangers from the Sky. I actually wore
> out two paperback copies of that rereading it but got
> lucky and found a hardback copy a few years ago in a
> used book store.
like to get a copy of my own, but I haven't seen it around. I haven't
read Strangers From the Sky. I take it it's pretty good. *g*
> I love library sales, they are a great place to*nods* And they're a good place to get things that just can't be found
> replace some of my older more worn books with new
> copies and I snap them up when I can find them.
anywhere else. The older Trek books aren't in new book stores anymore,
so the library and other used book stores are a gold mine.
> Does your interest in Vulcan's extend to their cousinsI do like the Romulans (I'm a fan of Roman history, so the parallels
> the Romulans? If it does then you'll definately enjoy
> Margaret Bonanno's writing and Diane Duane's Romulan
> novels if you haven't read them.
are fun), but I haven't read much about them. Any recommendations?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, BEVERLY HALL <beverlylhall@...> wrote:
>Some of my favorites, and ones that I would recommend, of the Voyager novel line are: The Escape, Ragnarok, Violations, The Murdered Sun, Cybersong, The Garden, Chrysalis, The Black Shore, Echoes, Seven of Nine, Death of A Neutron Star, the Dark Matter Trilogy, Homecoming, The Farther Shore, Spirit Walk Book 1, Spirit Walk Book 2 & Full Circle. You should also check out the novelizations of Caretaker and Flashback. And I would recommend that you read William Shatner's novels "Spectre, Dark Victory & Preserver" that deal with the Mirror Universe (from the TOS episode 'Mirror, Mirror') and the Mirror Universe counterparts of the Voyager crew.
> I would like to add the Destiny Trilogy and A Singular Destiny are killer and Full Circle is great if you like Voyager. Other great Voyager books are the String Theory trilogy, I would also read Homecoming, The Farther Shore and the Spirit Walk duo before Full Circle. Greg Cox's Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh are really great if you like TOS era work too! A whole galaxy of thrills and fun - so little time!
But from other Trek series I would say:
Any William Shatner Trek novels
The Entropy Effect (TOS)
By The Book (Ent)
Avatar Books 1 & 2 (DS9)
Worf's First Adventure (TNG SA)
Line of Fire (TNG SA)
Survival (TNG SA)
Being Human (New Frontier)
Star Trek Titan
Articles of the Federation
Millenium: The Fall of Terok Nor, The War of the Prophets, Inferno (DS9 trilogy)
Q-In-Law (a TNG classic)
The Captain's Honor (TNG)
Rogue Saucer (TNG)