Below is an incomplete list: Star Trek: The Classic Episodes collects James Blish's and J. Written by L.A. Graf. Simon & Schuster's dedicated site for Star Trek Books resources including reading group guides, book suggestions, author interviews and exclusive giveaways. Written by Greg Cox. The Last Generation (2008–09) comics miniseries by Andrew Steven Harris ties into the series. An omnibus edition, with new material, was announced in 2008, but was cancelled in 2011. Star Trek: The Dominion War crossover miniseries depicts events leading up to the Dominion War.
Star Trek: Academy was intended to be a new flagship series featuring a young Midshipman Jim Kirk. Written by Christie Golden. The novels open with a violent encounter with the Nacene, the extra-galactic race seen in episodes "Caretaker" and "Cold Fire". Some printings include significant spelling corrections and or unexplained prose changes. The fannish name or nickname for the series is "Shatnerverse", which was also used by Memory Alpha, Goodreads, and Internet Speculative Fiction Database. Mudd's Angels (1978) includes the novelizations of "Mudd's Women" and "I, Mudd", and an original novella by Lawrence. Many reprints include spelling changes and corrections to the original text to align with Titan's house style and British spelling conventions.
Ambition is a funny thing. As recently as 2017, novels based on Deep Space Nine and Enterprise were published. Collision Course (2007) ties into The Ashes of Eden (1995). Star Trek: Vulcan's Soul miniseries follows Spock's life after the Next Generation episode "Unification".
 Pocket Books's Strange New Worlds (1998–2016) series, edited by Dean Wesley Smith, has a similar premise. Star Trek: Voyager – Starfleet Academy young adult miniseries explores the lives of the Voyager crew as Starfleet Academy cadets. [i] The series name has since been erroneously applied to the Bantam editions by book discovery websites. Starfleet Academy (1997), a video game novelization by Diane Carey, is also unrelated. Not all printings include a number stamp. The name appeared on 1999 reprints which included new cover art. Star Trek Online is based on the MMORPG of the same name. The series was relaunched in 2014. Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Q Continuum miniseries explores the life of Q prior to his introduction in the episode "Encounter at Farpoint". Published by Whitman Books as part of a book line based on popular television properties. Written by Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz. The series was created by Robert Greenberger and John J. Ordover. Written by Michael Jan Friedman. Star Trek: Rihannsu miniseries explores the Romulan culture during the Original Series era. Star Trek: Prometheus is a German-language flagship concept series written by Christian Humberg and Bernd Perplies. Star Trek: Picard is based on the television series of the same name. Omnibus editions of Next Generation novels and novellas: Collections of Next Generation short fiction: Interlinked novels set after the film Nemesis (2002).
The series is linked to The Lost Era (2003–2014). Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations, is based on the fictional Federation agency responsible for investigating time travel incidents. The Day of the Dove (1985) is a variant of Star Trek 11 (1975). Novels published before 2013 frequently omitted the Original Series subtitle. Star Trek: Fortunes of War is a miniseries name retroactively applied to two novels by Diane Carey. Written by David Mack. Illustrated middle-grade novels published exclusively for libraries as part of Random House's Gibraltar Library Binding service. Star Trek: The Lost Era explores events prior to the Next Generation episode "Encounter at Farpoint". Variants intended for libraries are also known to exist. Relaunch of the S.C.E.
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Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Genesis Wave miniseries follows the crew of the Enterprise as they attempt to prevent the weaponization of the Genesis Device. Events in the novels occur over a two-month period, and alternate between Deep Space Nine and The Next Generation settings.. Star Trek: Seekers is a continuation of Vanguard (2005–2012).. Star Trek: Crucible miniseries focused on the triumvirate of McCoy, Spock, and Kirk. Novels from various book lines collected into omnibus editions. This is space. Star Trek: Starfleet Academy young adult miniseries explores the lives of the Enterprise crew as Starfleet Academy cadets. The Best and the Brightest (1998), by Susan Wright, is thematically similar.
The titular ship, UFPF Challenger (OV91951L), and her crew, were introduced in the New Earth (2000) miniseries. Includes hardcover and paperback releases. Events continue in Collateral Damage (2019), also by David Mack. Perry. Solicitations of Fearful Symmetry (2008) and The Soul Key (2009), by Olivia Wood, and Disavowed (2014), by David Mack, included the Mirror Universe logo, in addition to the Deep Space Nine and Section 31 marquees. Shards and Shadows (2009) is a short story collection. The series was developed by Greg Cox and John J. crossover miniseries spanned each of the Star Trek television series broadcast prior to 1996. David originally proposed each novel title contain the prefix Excalibur, such as Excalibur: Restoration. Novellas by Peter David tie into New Frontier (1997–2015). All novellas were later collected in omnibus editions. Although released in multiple series such as The Original Series, The Next Generation, Section 13, etc you can read these books as one large, interconnected story line.
Published by Del Rey Books. Inspired by "The Second Coming" by W. B. Yeats. Includes hardcover and paperback releases: Star Trek: The Next Generation – Starfleet Academy young adult series explores the lives of the USS Enterprise crew as Starfleet Academy cadets. Star Trek: Legacies miniseries was published as part of Star Trek's 50th Anniversary celebration. ISBN listed in publisher solicitations, bookseller or library catalogs, or library notices, prior to a work's withdrawal from publication. The Science Fiction Book Club, in partnership with Doubleday, has published omnibus editions of various miniseries exclusively to club members. The novels are not numbered.