Star Trek

Here’s an update to this list.

The Original Series

I don’t read all of these but I do pick up the ones that are written by authors I know or look particularly interesting. I’ve also reread a few of the best older ones.

The Next Generation

I’ve read all of the novels that take place after Nemesis. I’ve also reread some of the great old ones.

Deep Space Nine

I haven’t read all the novels that take place after the show’s finale, but I have read all the recent ones.

  • The Siege by Peter David
    • 1993 -> 4.5/5
  • Bloodletter by K. W. Jeter
    • 1993 -> 4.5/5
  • The Big Game by Sandy Schofield
    • 1993 -> 4.5/5
  • The 34th Rule by Armin Shimerman & David R. George III
    • 1999 -> 4.5/5
  • A Stitch in Time by Andrew J. Robinson
    • 2000 -> 4.5/5
  • Avatar, Book One by S. D. Perry
    • 2001 -> 4.5/5
  • Avatar, Book Two by S. D. Perry
    • 2001 -> 4.5/5
  • Prophecy and Change edited by Marco Palmieri
    • 2003 -> 4.5/5
  • The Missing by Una McCormack
    • 2015 -> 4.5/5
  • Sacraments of Fire by David R. George III
    • 2015 -> 4.5/5
  • Ascendance by David R. George III
    • 2015 -> 4.5/5
  • Force and Motion by Jeffrey Lang
    • 2016 -> 4.5/5
  • The Long Mirage by David R. George III
    • 2017 -> 4.5/5
  • Enigma Tales by Una McCormack
    • 2017 -> 4.5/5
  • Gamma: Original Sin by David R. George III
    • 2017 -> 4.5/5

Voyager

I’ve read all the books that take place after the series.

Enterprise

I’ve read all the novels that take place after the show’s finale.

Discovery

I’ve read 6 of the books that have been published so far to tie in with this series, which is most of them.

Picard

I’ve only read 1 book from the latest series so far, but it’s a brilliant one.

New Frontier

This is a spinoff of The Next Generation which focuses on Captain Mackenzie Calhoun of the starship Excalibur. I read the first few but decided not to continue with it.

  • House of Cards by Peter David
    • 1997 -> 4/5
  • Into the Void by Peter David
    • 1997 -> 4/5
  • The Two-Front War by Peter David
    • 1997 -> 4/5
  • End Game by Peter David
    • 1997 -> 4/5
  • Martyr — Peter David
    • 1998 -> 4/5

Stargazer

This was a series of books about Captain Picard before he took command of the Enterprise.

  • Oblivion by Michael Jan Friedman
    • 2003 -> 4/5

Titan

This is a spinoff of The Next Generation which focuses on Riker and Troi aboard the starship Titan. I’ve read all of them.

  • Taking Wing by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels
    • 2005 -> 4.5/5
  • The Red King by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels
    • 2005 -> 4.5/5
  • Orion’s Hounds by Christopher L. Bennett
    • 2006 -> 4.5/5
  • Sword of Damocles by Geoffrey Thorne
    • 2007 -> 4.5/5
  • Over a Torrent Sea by Christopher L. Bennett
    • 2009 -> 4/5
  • Synthesis by James Swallow
    • 2009 -> 4.5/5
  • Fallen Gods by Michael A. Martin
    • 2012 -> 4.5/5
  • Absent Enemies (novella, ebook) by John Jackson Miller
    • 2014 -> 4.5/5
  • Sight Unseen by James Swallow
    • 2015 -> 4.5/5
  • Fortune of War by David Mack
    • 2017 -> 4.5/5

Department of Temporal Investigations

These books have as their main characters Dulmur and Lucsly, who were introduced in a Deep Space Nine episode. I’ve read all of them.

All Series Anthologies

Crossovers

These days the crossovers are typically miniseries that involve the crews from The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Titan.

Invasion

  • TOS: First Strike by Diane Carey
    • 1996 -> 4.5/5
  • TNG: The Soldiers of Fear by Dean Wesley Smith & Kristine Kathryn Rusch
    • 1996 -> 4.5/5
  • DS9: Time’s Enemy by L. A. Graf
    • 1996 -> 4.5/5
  • VOY: The Final Fury by Dafydd ab Hugh
    • 1996 -> 4.5/5

The Captain’s Table

  • TOS: War Dragons by L. A. Graf
    • 1998 -> 4.5/5
  • TNG: Dujonian’s Hoard by Michael Jan Friedman
    • 1998 -> 4.5/5
  • DS9: The Mist by Dean Wesley Smith & Kristine Kathryn Rusch
    • 1998 -> 4.5/5
  • VOY: Fire Ship by Diane Carey
    • 1998 -> 4.5/5
  • NF: Once Burned by Peter David
    • 1998 -> 4.5/5
  • ST: Where Seas Meets Sky by Jerry Oltion
    • 1998 -> 4.5/5

Double Helix

This series was published under the Next Generation title, but it’s really a crossover.

The Lost Era

Destiny

  • Gods of Night by David Mack
    • 2008 -> 5/5
  • Mere Mortals by David Mack
    • 2008 -> 5/5
  • Lost Souls by David Mack
    • 2008 -> 5/5
  • A Singular Destiny by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    • 2009 -> 4.5/5

Typhon Pact

The Fall

Prey

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