Captain Picard and the Enterprise-E are in for some dimensional shifting in the riveting Star Trek: The Next Generation: Headlong Flight novel. This is classic sci-fi with Star Trek Next Generation action and storytelling at its best.
Star Trek: Prey: Book 1: Hell’s Heart begins a Star Trek Next generation trilogy. It’s action-packed and has a great story, making it a must read for Star Trek fans, particularly those partial to Klingons.
Veteran author Christopher L. Bennett weaves a wonderful story in Star Trek: The Original Series: The Face of the Unknown. It’s got a great plot, action, aliens, political crisis, our favorite original series characters and fantastic worlds to explore.
The final Star Trek: Legacies book finishes the amazing plot that spans two universes, several decades, and the Federation and Klingon Empire. It’s a complex story with a lot of human interest and plentiful action.
Destroy All Humans is a re-release of an old PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 game. As such it’s about what you’d expect, now with supped-up graphics and sound for extra alien destruction. All the crazy humor remains solidly inside the game, though that may be a bit of an acquired taste.
Star Trek Legacies: Best Defense continues where the first book, Captain to Captain, left off, with a mysterious alien artifact stolen from the Enterprise and being used to upset a peace conference. Can Kirk and crew bring peace to the galaxy one more time?
Released in conjunction with the fiftieth anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series, Captain to Captain tells the tale of a mysterious artifact that each captain of the Enterprise has kept hidden, even from Starfleet.
What’s it like to belong to two different peoples? We find out in the Star Trek: The Original Series: Child of Two Worlds novel, which offers a surprisingly deep story alongside typical sci-fi and Star Trek action.
While most compendium type books cover a lot of games, this volume of the Classic Home Video Games series just looks at the Sega Genesis, Neo Geo and TurboGrafx-16, but it’s a real deep dive for true fans.
Young readers who enjoy Minecraft will also love The Rise of Herobrine, a fun adventure story with strong themes of friendship, family and redemption. This one would also make a great classroom reader.