Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Lost Children

I started reading regularly in Star Trek literature following the DS9 relaunch, and I stayed up to speed with it until sometime in 2005, when I lost interest. That was a rough year for me: I'd graduated from junior college and had no idea what to do next, so I started working in factories while at the same time struggling with anger and depression that would only depart when I told religion to go hang itself. Anyway, I eventually got on the track to finish my university education, but when I moved off, my parents put most of my books into storage. This year I returned to Trek literature and wanted to find my old books -- in part because a few of them were unread -- and dove into a storage area tonight. I had to take just about everything out, but I finally found my books inside a small storage bin I'd never seen before.


This means I have a few "new" books to read: 
  • Warpath, David Mack
  • Worlds of DS9 #1: Andor and Cardassia
  • The Left Hand of Destiny, J. G. Hertzler and Jeffrey Lang
  • Titan, book 1: Taking Wing; Mangels and Martin

I can't remember if I purchased The Red King -- Taking Wing's sequel -- or not, but I'm hoping to find it, too.  Boy, am I going to be conflicted when the weekend rolls around and I obtain access to a few more new Trek reads. 

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