With tight action and a riveting plot, Star Trek: Prey: The Hall of Heroes is a perfect example of our beloved sci-fi series at its best. It wraps up this new next-generation trilogy nicely, and with a bang.
If you would like to explore an expanded Deep Space Nine universe where familiar characters have aged and accepted new ranks and missions, then Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Ascendance is your ticket to adventure.
Star Trek: The Jackal’s Trick is so engrossing that it’s hard to put down. Especially for Trek fans, this one has got it all, angry Klingons, Picard at the helm of the Enterprise, Riker and his wife Dianna Troi plus Worf and Geordie La Forge.
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.
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.