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Old 09-24-2009, 11:09 AM
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I never take anything I read in a ST novel too seriously, especially David's novels, since his get quite, and wonderfully, fanciful.
that was just too fanciful. And when the borg sphere ate Pluto......... well that was it
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Old 09-24-2009, 11:10 AM
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that was just too fanciful. And when the borg sphere ate Pluto......... well that was it
But it was hungry!!!
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Old 09-24-2009, 11:32 AM
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So am I but I haven't eaten any declassified planets recently
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So am I but I haven't eaten any declassified planets recently
ROFL!!! But your not the Borg Queen!
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No though I do have a butt the size of a declassified planet
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I personally love David Mack and what he has done with the Vanguard series, as well as his Destiny trilogy. As someone said before Christie Golden is fabulous, and I loved her take on Homecoming from Voyager.
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For me:
1. Vonda N. McIntyre (I probably wouldn't be reading Trek novels without her)
2. David Mack (for Vanguard and Destiny)
3. David Gerrold (for his novelization of TNG's "Encounter At Farpoint")
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No though I do have a butt the size of a declassified planet
I'd have to check that for myself you know.

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For me:
1. Vonda N. McIntyre (I probably wouldn't be reading Trek novels without her)
2. David Mack (for Vanguard and Destiny)
3. David Gerrold (for his novelization of TNG's "Encounter At Farpoint")
I'd put Diane Carey in that list too.
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I also like LA Graf and, of course Diane Carey.
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I also like LA Graf and, of course Diane Carey.
Hmm no mention of the buns....
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