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Star Trek is a series of episodes initially divided into three seasons and produced by America based producer Gene Roddenberry which was an experiment of its own kind and later set the legend for many people. Star Trek is highly appraised by many people around the world for its futuristic thinking as per the time and era it was created in. There are huge crowds at its big conventions where people can meet their favorite stars and discuss episodes and theories with other people. The genre of science fiction got a new meaning through this show and the ideas used in each episode. While initially this show was not quite famous and accepted widely it stopped producing once CBS cancelled it in 1969 after which the show got quite famous through a process known as syndicate broadcasting where a channel can buy the original rights of a television show to broadcast it as per their timings. Soon it grew famous and remained a legacy throughout the 70’s becoming a huge hit and a cult classic with people known as trekkies devoted to each and every aspect of the show and having great knowledge about it. Such people regularly attend the meetings and events of Star Trek and maintain an amazing fan base for the series at all times.

Storyline of the books: The story of the episodes of the Star Trek book series originally released are adventures of the starship which travels through a part of the milky way galaxy and is known as the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701). The crew members aboard the space ship are the leading captain of the crew James T. Kirk whose role is played by William Shatner who became quite famous for his acting through the show along with other cast once the show gained popularity. Other members of the crew are First officer and science officer Spock played by Leonard Nimoy and is often compared with the crew’s captain Kirk, another crew member is the chief medical officer Leonard McCoy who is played by DeForest Kelly.

The storyline of the show is based about the year 2260’s and the time is measured in startime in the series. The initial series got the name after its fame as Star Trek: The Original Series so that it always stands out amongst the massive fan along with media franchise. Captain Kirk often states the purpose of the series in the beginning of the episodes in the world renowned series by introducing the show as voyages of the Starship Enterprise and its mission for five years is to go on an exploratory mission on different planets in order to find and research them and seek out new life and civilizations primarily by going where no human has gone previously.

Creation of Star Trek: Gene Roddenberry, finished drafting a short plot for a series based on science fiction on March 11th 1964, which he referred to as Star Trek and was set aboard a spaceship on the 23rd century. While his influences to the idea of Star Trek as accepted by Roddenberry himself include the stories featuring spaceship Space Beagle written by A. E. van Vogt along with Marathon which is a series of stories written by Eric Brand Russell along with the film Forbidden Planet launched in 1956.

While the works of Roddenberry are one of their kind and imprinted in history people have been seen debating his television series similar to a television series Rocky Jones, Space Ranger launched in 1956 which has similar elements to that of Star Trek along with a few technologies displayed on the show as well. While Roddenberry accepts deriving elements for his show from the Horatio Hornblower novels which depict a daring sea captain who goes on a journey for a noble purpose and overcomes various feats using his authority and daring and Roddenberry sometimes refers Captain Kirk by referring to him as Horatio Hornblower in Space.

Roddenberry had a good share of experience in writing successfully crafted television series which depicted his fine artistic skills through their popularity in the decades following 1960 and 1950. Except Star Trek: Deep Space Nine all the later movies based on Star Trek are based around the idea originally used by Roddenberry in the original series which depicted each episode as having a separate storyline contained within a single episode through a different adventure. In short the script was drafted such that each episode is a new adventure of the ship at a new location while their main motive remains carrying on at a slower pace. Thus, any person can view an episode as each episode has its own different story and is quite independent of others.

Books published in Star Trek: James Blish was the first person to write Star Trek books through short stories for each episode into one book. He wrote total 11 books based on the three seasons of original Star Trek episodes. The books were quite famous once the show gained popularity and Bantam Books republished Blish’s books in three volumes one for each season. There was an acknowledgement stating that after Star Trek 7 or Star Trek 8 the credit for writing Star Trek novels goes to his wife and mother J. A. Lawrence who ghost wrote the books for him. A short story written by Blish’s wife known as Mudd’s Angels was published with the book. The Star Trek books were published from 1967 to 1975 based on rough initial drafts for the show and initially they were not referenced to the show since James Blish was based in United Kingdom and the show had not yet been aired there.

With time the fans have grown for the show and books and people and experts often state the phenomenon of Star Trek as ever growing with time and people are found in huge crowds at the premiering of new episodes, movies, comics, books, graphic novels etc. at the Star Trek conventions. There are new experiments done by a variety of writer and a number of franchised shows for Star Trek have been released along with books over time. Many of the Star Trek books and comics along with shows cover the original show in an enhanced or detailed manner there are also a vivid variety of cases where people have based the book on a show or with their unique inputs. Some famous fan or company based books have also become the plotline of famous Star Trek movies or stories while some comics and book series of star trek are genuinely famous for their writing style and regular updates. Many of these franchised books do not relate to the original series in many aspects along with the plotline and there is a huge variety to choose from.

What to Choose: While there are a number of options available to the readers beginning with the initial novels of Blish are the best idea as it gives the starting plot of the story thought by the creator at that point. There are also a huge number of famous and appraised novels created by fans and other companies along with a wide array of books which grow in number each week and many of these books are quite impressive.

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The first Star Trek novels were direct novelizations of the original Star Trek episodes by James Blish, running from 1967-1978. Along with the various Star Trek novel series there have also been dozens of authors who have contributed to the franchise, including (but not limited to) Roddenberry himself, G. Harry Stine (as Lee Correy), A.C. Crispin, Diane Duane, J.M. Dillard, Vonda N. McIntyre, Michael Jan Friedman, Peter David, Diane Carey, David R. George III, Greg Cox and many others.

Below we have listed the various series not directly linked to any of the major Star Trek novel series (read more about those by clicking the various links on this page) and any crossover series that spans multiple Star Trek series, sorted by year of publication:

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I just discovered Star Trek books. I’m particularly interested in those written by Peter David. Does anyone know where I can get a list of his Star Trek books and should they be read in order?

Good evening, looking at your order for the Titan Series, it seems to be missing Absent Enemies published in 2014

Thanks. The whole section needs an update.

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  • Crossovers:
  • To fully immerse yourself in the litverse, the big crossover event that really starting to bring things together was the Destiny trilogy - A  great place to jump in, leading to stories from several series set after it. One step back from Destiny is Articles of the Federation , which is the perfect introduction to the world of Federation politics which becomes prominent in Destiny and beyond.
  • If you're looking to jump in further along, then  The Fall  is a good place to start; the five-part crossover brings together most of the 24th century series, and shakes up the status quo for the series as they continue independently after.
  • A cohesive series of Mirror Universe stories builds to a grand finale that has knock-on effects in the prime timeline narrative. These stories begin in the anthology Glass Empire .
  • DS9 was the first series to enjoy a post-TV relaunch; the main new DS9 adventures start from Avatar , which is also available in Twist of Faith , an omnibus of the first four books of the series.
  • The ongoing TNG narrative really starts from the A Time to… series, but you could jump on from the first book set after Nemesis , Death in Winter . Later on in the run, other good jumping on points are the Cold Equations trilogy, or  Armageddon's Arrow , the first of a run of stories from the same mission for the Enterprise. 
  • Another branch of TNG , Titan , featuring Captain Riker's ship, gets going from Taking Wing , or you can explore Picard's backstory in the run of Stargazer novels which begins with Reunion .
  • Voyager 's first post- Endgame stories start from Homecoming , but the series got something of a second start later with the return to the Delta Quadrant in  Full Circle .
  • Enterprise:
  • Enterprise 's post finale adventures begin from The Good That Men Do . This series also has secondary relaunch with the post-Romulan War era in A Choice of Futures  beginning the Rise of the Federation series.
  • TOS doesn't have quite the same sort of ongoing narrative as the other series, but there are a few books that form a loose continuity, and The Captain's Oath is a good place to start with those. 
  • If you're looking for something more serialised in the 23rd century, then check out  Vanguard , which starts from Harbinger , and spawned a spin-off series Seekers , beginning with Second Nature .
  • A side-step from regular TOS adventures gives us a linked series of books featuring the Star Trek universe of the 20th and 21st centuries. A good place to start exploring these is the Eugenics Wars duology.
  • Other spin-offs
  • New Frontier was the first major spin-off Star Trek book series, featuring the adventures of Captain Calhoun and the USS Excalibur. The series begins with House of Cards , but the first four books were all short, and are also available as a single omnibus .
  • IKS Gorkon , retitled in its final book as Klingon Empire , is a Klingon series, which got it's first moment's in the TNG novel Diplomatic Implausibility . 
  • Not listed in full on the chart is  Corps of Engineers , also known as SCE , this extensive series of novellas features the engineering specialists of the USS da Vinci and crosses over into other series every so often. Their stories begin with  The Belly of the Beast , or an omnibus of the first four books in the series,  Have Tech, Will Travel .
  • Department of Temporal Investigations features the time traveling hijinks, and frustrated bureaucracy, of the Federation's time police. Their adventures start (depending on how you perceive time) with Watching the Clock .
  • Prometheus is a unique series, the first tie-in to be originally written in German, but also available in English. A trilogy of books featuring the distinctive ship begins with Fire with Fire .

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star trek books in chronological order

Thanks for the hard work !!! i do really appreciate it. Do you have plans on updating from time to time ??? regards

star trek books in chronological order

It's on version 2 at the moment, I'll probably do an update once The Fall is done and we know what effect that has on everything :)

star trek books in chronological order

Thank you so much for updating this. It is possible to find the info yourself on Memory Alpha etc but this is a much easier way to do it and a good way too not scare off new readers with them having to do too much own research.

star trek books in chronological order

Where is Spock Must Die in this? Also, you have a typo in the title of "Greater Than the Sum." But... wow, just wow. What a map.

star trek books in chronological order

Important question: where does "Planet X", the TNG/X-Men crossover, fit in?

Thanks for the note dwasifer, fixed that error now :) Rev, Planet X doesn't really much connect to the wider continuity as far as I know (I've not read it), but I believe it's a direct sequel to the TNG/X-Men comic Second Contact, which itself takes place immediately after First Contact.

star trek books in chronological order

This is an amazing reference. Thanks very much for putting it together. I've been using it to organise my Trek Books and for reading the 20 or so trek books that I've recently bought in the right order.

hi fantastic flow chart! ...what program did you use to create the chart?

star trek books in chronological order

I love you for making this. The Pocket Books Novel-verse is starting to become like it's own Star-Wars-Expanded-Universe-esque canon storyline.

This is really awesome! I love Star Trek and after watching everything 1000 times over I need new content so I figured I would dive into the book series for the first time. But where to start? This really helps answer that question and gives me a good reference! Thanks!

star trek books in chronological order

First, I absolutely love this thing. I've been trying to get caught up on Trek lit for a while now and this has been VERY HELPFUL. A couple constructive comments: #1 There's a dashed green line going to Serpents Among the Ruins/The Art of the Impossible/Alien Spotlight: Cardassians/Cardassia and Andor that doesn't have a beginning. It's all end arrows, so it's unclear which direction this is supposed to go. #2 Q Are Cordially Invited. I haven't read it yet so I don't know exactly where it goes but I'm thinking it needs to be included.

Hi Benjamin, apologies for the very slow reply, I hadn't spotted your comment! As you might see, we've just posted an updated version of the chart, which might help with your questions, but to expand on them: #1 We removed the multi-directional Cardassian story arrow because ti was a bit confusing indeed, but the idea was to show how all the Cardassian/Garak stories are generally a bit interconnected. But we can sort of communicate that with the series dots not, so we didn't need the confusing arrows to everywhere! #2 Q Are Cordially Invited... tells the story of the Picard/Crusher wedding, which took place some time before Greater Than the Sum. But there is a framing story on an unspecified wedding anniversary. As we couldn't spot a reference to which anniversary we've opted to put it down in almost publication order, with the other TNG ebook, just before The Fall.

star trek books in chronological order

Sadly the site that opens once I click on the flow chart stays blank.

Working fine for me. Anyone else having problems?

Thanks for this graphic, it really helps me and will from now on be my guide :) Do you have plans on updating it with the new novels that have been and will be released?

Of course, this is already version four, which includes most of the books coming out this year (that have connections to the wider continuity) and a few even further ahead already. As more books come we'll update accordingly, and also refine the chart once we know more connections in forthcoming books :)

@8of5 That's amazing to hear! Thanks again for your work it really helps!

Thank you for creating this. Watched all the shows, just now getting into the books! This helps a bunch!

star trek books in chronological order

I have watched the show, its better if you had created this flowchart with standard flowchart symbols

star trek books in chronological order

This is top-notch. Printed it off and have it laminated already! Been able to track all my reading and discover what else to read in some logical order. As a result, just bought 13 new books. Hunting down the older ones are a bit tricky - been using Abe Books but this can be a wee expensive when you live in Australia. Booktopia's great for the more popular and/or newer books. Just wanted to say thank-you

That should be Book Depository. Booktopia a place a hardly buy books from - but I do from time to time. Needless to say, I've never bought any Star Trek from Booktopia. Have a great day :)

star trek books in chronological order

I come back to this flow chart every couple of months. Just to find out which book(s) to read next. Thanks for the good work!

star trek books in chronological order

The DS9 upcoming book "The Empty Sack" is now titled "Rules of Accusation" and will be out in July, 2016

Thanks for the update Terry!

star trek books in chronological order

Hi, Any update incoming?

Working on an update right now in fact, I expect it will be up next week some time (complete with the final title for Terry's book!).

Excited to see it. thanks.

Thank you Baby Jesus I found this

star trek books in chronological order

This list is awesome. Unfortuantely, now that the color palette is up to 19, my mild color-blindness is making matching some of these difficult if not a lost cause. Guessing the circles are too teeny to use iconography, so probably not much to be done for it. Still, a minor issue with an awesome chart.

I did revise the colours this time around to try and make them distinct as possible, as someone made a similar remark at the last revision. But yes you're right, due to the rather large number of colours to mark all the different dots, and the dots being too small to do much else it would take a completely different design approach to make it easier to read. It's something we're aware of, but haven't found a solution yet.

star trek books in chronological order

A great effort / work! Kudos to you brave souls! :)

Where does the Genesis Wave fit in?

star trek books in chronological order

Ty for your hard work

Thanks for your work, I'm following this since version 2 and it's an amazing help for me. This is why I love Star Trek - the fans! (also: great that you included Prometheus!)

Been meaning to catch up with you - thanks for this updated and shared resource. Top-notch! Kimberley.

star trek books in chronological order

This has been a great resource for catching up on all of the books/series. I did find one error, though. Somehow, you've omitted A Time to Kill from the TNG:A Time To... saga in version 5. Thanks again for the hard work and maintenance!

star trek books in chronological order

This flowchart is really awesome. And thanks for adding "Star Trek Prometheus" But I found an error, too. "Star Trek: Prometheus: Into the Heart of Chaos" is volume III not II. "The Source of All Fury" is II. And: The connection to "Takedown" is the wrong way round. STP take place just before "Takedown" and while it was written later it references events, that take place at the beginning of "Takedown". Bernd

star trek books in chronological order

This chart is great, but do you have a merged list of everything in a single chronological order?

star trek books in chronological order

This chart is great and all, but... where's Corps of Engineers? Because I don't see it on there.

Im thinking of reading Section 31 Control. Do I need to read Disavowed first?

Absolutely. I think ~most (all) would agree. They are both great reads.

If I remember right, way back last year I had the following experience. I had Disavowed as being the next read on DS9 having been through all the others. But I had to stop reading it after a while - I felt I was missing something. So, I went a few steps back and read The Fall series (esp. A Ceremony of Losses - I think), and then went through Vanguard, Lovell and Seekers (in that order) - I'm now on Seekers #2. It's been really interesting getting familiar with all the backdrop as well as having some great reads. Anyway, whatever you do have a great read. I'm sure you'll be able to get any background info to fill in any detail behind both Disavowed & Control from the Internet (Memory Alpha or Beta) - and thanks for reminding me to order my copy of Control!

Any updates inbound?

Yeah, this list is a bit out of date right now. I'm currently reading "Available Light." (The latest TNG book as of April 2019)

star trek books in chronological order

Please could this list be updated, I used to rely on this as which book to read and in what sequence but its now outdated.

Also really looking forward to an update :) would be really appreciated.

star trek books in chronological order

Also looking for an update, I use this to find out when new stuff is out, I didn't even know about Collateral Damage

I only just found out about Collateral Damage as well. This graphic is quickly falling behind! I hope it gets updated, it has been a valuable resource.

Kudos to the flow chart. That is awesome and exactly what I was looking for.

Everyone that's been asking for an update, please check the page now :)

Thank you very much for taking the time to update and expand it. Been using it since version 1. I almost read all novels that are one the chart and feeling both sadness that the litverse as we know it will come to an end. But I'm looking forward to what's to come and if there will be one last novel to bring the novelverse in line with Picard.

star trek books in chronological order

Great chart!! Thanks for the update. Loving your work. #LLAP

star trek books in chronological order

This is fantastic! Thanks for all of the work you did putting this together!

star trek books in chronological order

Just a quick nitpick, the "Created By" section in the 2020 version has a typo (I'm assuming). It says "For the latest version, and additional notes, visit: TrekTrekCollective.com" Looks like there's an extra "Trek" in the url. That said, I love the chart. Thank you!

Is a new version planned for rhe chart? One that goes up to the upcoming Coda trilogy?

There are a couple references to the Enterprise-E’s recent experience with the Genesis Wave in A Time to Sow.

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  • TOS: Early Voyages: Futures
  • TOS: Early Voyages: Thanatos
  • TOS: Early Voyages: Nemesis
  • TOS: Child of Two Worlds
  • Discovery: Desperate Hours
  • TOS: Star-Crossed
  • TOS: Star-Crossed: Loved Not Wisely...
  • Vanguard: Harbinger- Prologue
  • Vangurad: Almost Tomorrow
  • SCE: Foundations, Book One
  • SCE: What's Past, Book Four- Distant Early Warning
  • TOS: Enterprise: The First Adventure
  • TOS: Alien Spotlight: Orions
  • TOS: Mere Anarchy: Things Fall Apart
  • DS9: Sins of the Mother
  • TOS: Where No Man Has Gone Before
  • TOS: My Brother's Keeper, Book 1: Republic
  • TOS: My Brother's Keeper, Book 2: Constitution
  • Vanguard: Harbinger
  • TOS: My Brother's Keeper, Book 3: Enterprise
  • TOS: Alien Spotlight: Romulans II
  • Vanguard: Summon the Thunder
  • Vanguard: Reap the Whirlwind
  • TOS: The Corbomite Maneuver
  • VAN: Hard News
  • TOS: The Landing Party
  • TOS: Mudd's Women
  • TOS: The Enemy Within
  • TOS: The Man Trap
  • TOS: The Naked Time
  • TOS: The Captain's Table, Book 6: Where Sea Meets Sky
  • TOS: Charlie X
  • TOS: The First Artifact
  • TOS: Alien Spotlight: Romulans
  • TOS: Balance of Terror
  • TOS: Shadow Lord
  • TOS: The Peril of Planet Quick Change: The Creatures of Light
  • TOS: The Peril of Planet Quick Change: The Sinister Guest
  • TOS: Errand of Vengeance, Book 1: The Edge of the Sword
  • TOS: What Are Little Girls Made Of?
  • TOS: Errand of Vengeance, Book 2: Killing Blow
  • TOS: Errand of Vengeance, Book 3: River of Blood
  • TOS: Dagger of the Mind
  • TOS: The Conscience of the King
  • TOS: The Galileo Seven
  • TOS: Court Martial
  • TOS: The Avenger
  • TOS: The Menagerie
  • TOS: Shore Leave
  • TOS: The Squire of Gothos
  • TOS: The Modala Imperative
  • TOS: The Alternative Factor
  • TOS: Tomorrow is Yesterday
  • TOS: The Aliens Are Coming!
  • TOS: The Return of the Archons
  • SCE: Foundations, Book Two
  • TOS: A Taste of Armageddon
  • TOS: Space Seed
  • TOS: This Side of Paradise
  • TOS: The Devil in the Dark
  • TOS: Official Record
  • TOS: Errand of Fury, Book 1: Seeds of Rage
  • TOS: Errand of Fury, Book 2: Demands of Honor
  • TOS: Errand of Mercy
  • TOS: Errand of Fury, Book 3: Sacrifices of War
  • Vanguard: Open Secrets
  • TOS: The City on the Edge of Forever
  • TOS: Operation- Annihilate!
  • TOS: Final Frontier
  • TOS: The Leader
  • TOS: Ishmael
  • TOS: Catspaw
  • TOS: The Disinherited
  • TOS: Ambition
  • TOS: Metamorphosis
  • TOS: Chaotic Response
  • TOS: Friday's Child
  • TOS: Invasion!, Book 1: First Strike
  • TOS: Mere Anarchy: The Centre Cannot Hold
  • TOS: The Doomsday Machine
  • TOS: Who Mourns for Adonais?
  • TOS: Wolf in the Fold
  • TOS: Across the Stars
  • TOS: The Changeling
  • TOS: Amok Time
  • TOS: See No Evil
  • TOS: The Apple
  • TOS: Mirror, Mirror
  • TOS: Day of Honor, Book 4: Treaty's Law
  • TOS: Journey to Babel
  • TOS: The Deadly Years
  • TOS: Romulans: The Hollow Crown, Issue One
  • TOS: The Vulcan Academy Murders
  • TOS: The IDIC Epidemic
  • TOS: I, Mudd
  • TOS: The Shocks of Adversity
  • TOS: The Trouble With Tribbles
  • TOS: A Bad Day For Koloth
  • TOS: Bread and Circuses
  • TOS: Mission to Horatius
  • TOS: Twilight's End
  • TOS: Legacies, Book 1: Captain to Captain
  • TOS: First, Do No Harm
  • TOS: A Private Little War
  • TOS: The Gamesters of Triskelion
  • TOS: Obsession
  • TOS: Legacies, Book 2: Best Defense
  • Vanguard: Precipice
  • TOS: Legacies, Book 3: Purgatory's Key
  • Vanguard: The Ruins of Noble Men
  • TOS: The Immunity Syndrome
  • TOS: A Piece of the Action
  • TOS: New Visions- Strange New Worlds
  • TOS: The First Peer
  • TOS: By Any Other Name
  • The Klingon Gambit
  • Mutiny on the Enterprise
  • TOS: Return to Tomorrow
  • TOS: A Choice of Catastrophes
  • TOS: Patterns of Force
  • TOS: Uhura's Song
  • Vanguard: The Stars Look Down
  • TOS: The Ultimate Computer
  • TOS: X-Men- Star Trex
  • TOS: The Omega Glory
  • TOS: Assignment: Earth
  • TOS: Assignment- Earth
  • TOS: From History's Shadow
  • TOS: Spectre of the Gun
  • TOS: Elaan of Troyius
  • TOS: The Paradise Syndrome
  • TOS: Double, Double
  • TOS: Romulans: The Hollow Crown, Issue Two
  • TAS: The Time Trap
  • TOS: The Enterprise Incident
  • SCE: Where Time Stands Still
  • TOS: And the Children Shall Lead
  • TOS: Dreams of the Raven
  • TOS: Spock's Brain
  • TOS: How Much For Just the Planet
  • TOS: Is There in Truth No Beauty?
  • TOS: Ghost-Walker
  • TOS: The Empath
  • Vanguard: What Judgments Come
  • TOS: The Tholian Web
  • TOS: Devices and Desires
  • TOS: Section 31: Cloak
  • TOS: For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
  • TOS: Day of the Dove
  • TOS: Plato's Stepchildren
  • TOS: First Frontier
  • TOS: Wink of an Eye
  • TOS: That Which Survives
  • TOS: Gateways, Book 1: One Small Step
  • TOS: Gateways: One Giant Leap
  • TOS: Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
  • Vanguard: Storming Heaven
  • Vanguard: In Tempest's Wake
  • TOS: Whom Gods Destroy
  • TOS: All Our Yesterdays
  • TOS: The Mark of Gideon
  • TOS: The Savage Curtain
  • TOS: The Lights of Zetar
  • TOS: The Cloud Minders
  • TOS: Crisis on Centaurus
  • TOS: The Way to Eden
  • TOS: Requiem for Methuselah
  • TOS: Turnabout Intruder
  • TOS: As Others See Us
  • TOS: Memory-Prime
  • Seekers: Second Nature
  • Seekers: Point of Divergence
  • TOS: Prime Directive
  • TOS: New Visions- A Scent of Ghosts
  • TOS: Killing Time
  • TOS: Fracture
  • TOS: The Entropy Effect
  • TOS: The Face of the Unknown
  • TOS: The Latter Fire
  • TAS: Beyond the Farthest Star
  • TAS: Yesteryear
  • Seekers: Long Shot
  • Seekers: All That's Left
  • TAS: One of Our Planets is Missing
  • TAS: The Lorelei Signal
  • TAS: More Tribbles, More Troubles
  • TOS: That Which Divides
  • TAS: The Survivor
  • TAS: The Infinite Vulcan
  • TOS: The Unhappy Ones
  • TAS: Once Upon A Planet
  • TAS: The Magicks of Megas-Tu
  • TAS: Mudd's Passion
  • TAS: The Terratin Incident
  • TAS: The Slaver Weapon
  • TAS: The Eye of the Beholder
  • TAS: The Ambergris Element
  • TAS: The Pirates of Orion
  • TAS: The Jihad
  • TAS: The Practical Joker
  • TAS: Albatross
  • TAS: The Counter-Clock Incident
  • TOS: Romulans: Schism
  • TOS: The Price of the Phoenix
  • TOS: The Fate of the Phoenix
  • TOS: The Galactic Whirlpool
  • TOS: The Abode of Life
  • TOS: Corona
  • TOS: Mindshadow
  • TOS: Demons
  • TOS: Chain of Attack
  • TOS: Bloodthirst
  • TOS: The Final Nexus
  • TOS: Yesterday's Son
  • TAS: How Sharper Than A Serpent's Tooth
  • TOS: Allegiance in Exile
  • TOS: Dying of the Light
  • TOS: None But the Brave
  • TOS: Crossroad
  • TOS: The Eugenics Wars, Volume One
  • TOS: The Eugenics Wars, Volume Two
  • TOS: Troublesome Minds
  • TOS: The Rings of Time
  • TOS: No Time Like the Past
  • TOS: Savage Trade
  • TOS: Dreadnaught!
  • TOS: Battlestations!
  • TOS: Where Everybody Knows Your Name
  • TOS: Star-Crossed: A Bright Particular Star
  • TOS: The Lost Years
  • TOS: Mere Anarchy: Shadows of the Indignant
  • TOS: New Visions- Memorium
  • TOS: Traitor Winds
  • TOS: Leonard McCoy, Frontier Doctor: Weeds
  • TOS: Leonard McCoy, Frontier Doctor: Error
  • TOS: A Flag Full of Stars
  • TOS: Leonard McCoy, Frontier Doctor: Medics
  • TOS: Leonard McCoy, Frontier Doctor: Hosts
  • TOS: Leonard McCoy, Frontier Doctor: Scalpel
  • TOS: Serpents in the Garden
  • TOS: Recovery
  • TOS: Night Whispers
  • Star Trek: The Motion Picture
  • TOS: Untold Voyages: Renewal
  • TOS: Ex Machina
  • TOS: Infestation
  • TOS: The Kobayashi Maru
  • TOS: Firestorm
  • TOS: Home is the Hunter
  • TOS: The Final Reflection
  • TOS: The More Things Change
  • TOS: Double Bluff
  • TOS: The Prometheus Design
  • TOS: Triangle
  • TOS: Untold Voyages: World's Collide
  • Department of Temporal Investigations: Forgotten History
  • TOS: Ice Trap
  • TOS: We Are Dying, Egypt, Dying!
  • TOS: The Wounded Sky
  • TOS: Rihannsu, Book 1: My Enemy, My Ally
  • TOS: Spock's World
  • TOS: The Better Man
  • TOS: There's No Space Like Gnomes'!
  • TOS: The Covenant of the Crown
  • TOS: Doctor's Orders
  • TOS: Untold Voyages: Past Imperfect
  • TOS: Rihannsu, Book 2: The Romulan Way
  • TOS: Rihannsu, Book 3: Swordhunt
  • TOS: Rihannsu, Book 4: Honor Blade
  • TOS: Rihannsu, Book 5: The Empty Chair
  • TOS: Shell Game
  • TOS: Death Count
  • TOS: Untold Voyages: Silent Cries
  • TOS: Rules of Engagement
  • TOS: Untold Voyages: Odyssey's End
  • TOS: Deep Domain
  • TOS: New Earth, Book 1: Wagon Train to the Stars
  • TOS: New Earth, Book 2: Belle Terre
  • TOS: New Earth, Book 3: Rough Trails
  • TOS: New Earth, Book 4: The Flaming Arrow
  • TOS: New Earth, Book 5: Thin Air
  • TOS: New Earth, Book 6: Challenger
  • TOS: Gateways, Book 2: Challenger- Chainmail
  • TOS: Gateways: Challenger- Exodus
  • TOS: The Pandora Principle
  • SCE: Foundations, Book Three
  • TOS: Dwellers in the Crucible
  • TOS: Just Another Little Training Cruise
  • TOS: Mere Anarchy: The Darkness Drops Again
  • TOS: Elusive Salvation
  • TOS: Strangers From the Sky
  • TOS: Time For Yesterday
  • DS9: Infinity
  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn
  • TOS: The Wormhole Connection
  • TOS: ...the Only Good Klingon...
  • TOS: Errand of War
  • TOS: Deadly Allies
  • TOS: Mortal Gods
  • TOS: Who is Enigma?
  • TOS: Saavik's Story
  • Star Trek III: The Search For Spock
  • TOS: New Frontiers
  • TOS: The D'Artagnan Three
  • TOS: All Those Years Ago
  • TOS: Dreamworld
  • TOS: Wolf on the Prowl
  • TOS: Wolf at the Door
  • TOS: Double Blind
  • TOS: The Trouble With Transporters
  • TOS: Around the Clock
  • TOS: The Last Word
  • TOS: The Trouble With Bearclaw
  • TOS: Uhura's Story
  • TOS: Maggie's World
  • TOS: Judgement Day
  • TOS: Vicious Circle
  • TOS: The Doomsday Bug
  • TOS: The Needs of the One
  • Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
  • TOS: Debt of Honor
  • TOS: Choices
  • TOS: Retro spect
  • TOS: Timetrap
  • TOS: When You Wish Upon a Star
  • TOS: Mudd's Magic
  • TOS: What Goes Around
  • TOS: The Corbomite Effect
  • TOS: The Return of the Serpent
  • TOS: Getaway
  • TOS: Idol Threats
  • TOS: Who Killed Captian Kirk?
  • TOS: To Reign in Hell
  • Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
  • TOS: The Return!
  • TOS: The Sentence
  • TOS: Death Before Dishonor
  • TOS: Repercussions
  • TOS: Fast Friends
  • TOS: Cure All
  • TOS: Not Sweeney
  • TOS: Going, Going
  • TOS: The Trial of James T. Kirk
  • TOS: Unspoken Truth
  • TOS: In the Name of Honor
  • TOS: The Rift
  • TOS: The Return of the Worthy
  • TOS: Partners?
  • TOS: Once a Hero
  • TOS: Foul Deeds Will Rise
  • TOS: Mission: Muddled
  • TOS: The Sky Above...the Mudd Below
  • TOS Target: Mudd
  • TOS: Raise the Defaint
  • TOS: Class Reunion
  • TOS: Where There's a Will
  • TOS: Secrets
  • TOS: Truth or Treachery
  • TOS: Veritas
  • TOS: Excelsior: Forged in Fire
  • TOS: The Tabukan Syndrome
  • TOS: Runaway
  • TOS: A Little Adventure Goes a Long Way
  • TOS: Acceptable Risk
  • TOS: A Little Man-to-Man Talk
  • TOS: Blaise of Glory
  • TOS: Deceptions
  • TOS: The Peace keeper
  • TOS: Miasma
  • TOS: Renegade
  • TOS: Time Crime
  • TOS: No Compromise
  • TOS: Bait and Switch
  • TOS: Rivals
  • TOS: A Wolf in Cheap Clothing
  • TOS: Cacophony
  • TOS: Convergence
  • TOS: Mere Anarchy: The Blood-Dimmed Tide
  • TOS: A Question of Loyalty
  • TOS: Bloodline
  • Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
  • TOS: Klingons: Blood Will Tell
  • TOS: Assignment: Eternity
  • TOS: Best Destiny
  • TOS: The Ashes of Eden
  • TOS: The Captain's Table, Book 1: War Dragons
  • TOS: The Last Round-up
  • TOS: The Lights in the Sky
  • TOS: The Autobiography of James T. Kirk
  • TOS: Mere Anarchy: Its Hour Come Round
  • TOS: The Captain's Daughter
  • TOS: Vulcan's Forge
  • TOS: Shakedown
  • The Lost Era: The Sundered
  • TOS: Cast No Shadow
  • The Lost Era: Serpents Among the Ruins
  • The Lost Era: Iron and Sacrifice
  • TOS: Burning Dreams
  • The Lost Era: One Constant Star
  • TOS: Enter the Wolves
  • Terok Nor: Day of the Vipers
  • The Lost Era: The Art of the Impossible
  • TNG: Hour of Fire
  • TNG: The Valiant
  • Stargazer: Gauntlet
  • Stargazer: Progenitor
  • Stargazer: Three
  • Stargazer: Oblivion
  • Stargazer: Enigma
  • Stargazer: Maker
  • The Lost Era: Well of Souls
  • TNG: Starfleet Academy- Mystery of the Missing Crew
  • TNG: Starfleet Academy- Secret of the Lizard People
  • TOS: Vulcan's Heart
  • Terok Nor: Night of the Wolves
  • TNG: Double Helix, Book 6: The First Virtue
  • DS9: The Music Between the Notes
  • New Frontier: A Lady of Xenex
  • New Frontier: Lefler's Logs
  • The Lost Era: Deny Thy Father
  • Stargazer: Darkness
  • New Frontier: Turning Point
  • TNG: Starfleet Academy- Worf's First Adventure
  • TNG: Starfleet Academy- Line of Fire
  • TNG: Starfleet Academy- Survival
  • TNG: The Buried Age
  • The Lost Era: Catalyst of Sorrows
  • New Frontier: Waiting for G'Doh
  • New Frontier: Revelations
  • The Lost Era: The Slow Knife
  • New Frontier: Out of the Frying Pan
  • New Frontier: Alice, on the Edge of Night
  • TNG: Double Helix, Book 2: Vectors
  • Terok Nor: Dawn of the Eagles

VOY: Extreme Risk

VOY: Juggernaut

VOY: In the Flesh

VOY: Imperfection

Note to self: Second sight has a wolf 359 problem, and I made a thread about it.

                      34th Rule takes like 6 weeks and ends bit after the orb is returned

The Defector was "last month" in Performance Appraisal.

Data's Day and 11:59 have weird dates

Mosaic was  1 1/2 years after the doctor was activated.

The Last Refuge 16 months after Prime Factors/State of Flux per author

Should I add years to this page since it's so long.

Star Trek Books in Order (55 Book Series)

A Contest of Principles

Star Trek is a series of 55 books written by Various. Here, you can see them all in order! (plus the year each book was published)

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  • Star Trek Books in Order

Enterprise: The First Adventure

Enterprise: The First Adventure

Star trek, book 1.

Strangers from the Sky

Strangers from the Sky

Star trek, book 2.

Final Frontier

Final Frontier

Star trek the original series, book 3.

Spock's World

Spock's World

Star trek, book 4.

Prime Directive

Prime Directive

Star trek, book 5.

Best Destiny

Best Destiny

Star trek the original series, book 6.

Probe

Star Trek, Book 6

Shadows on the Sun

Shadows on the Sun

Star trek, book 8.

Sarek

Star Trek, Book 9

Vulcan's Forge

Vulcan's Forge

Star trek the original series, book 9.

Treaty's Law

Treaty's Law

Star trek, book 11.

War Dragons

War Dragons

Star trek, book 12.

Where Sea Meets Sky

Where Sea Meets Sky

Star trek, book 13.

Vulcan's Heart

Vulcan's Heart

Star trek, book 14.

Cloak

Star Trek, Book 15

One Small Step

One Small Step

Star trek, book 16.

The Last Roundup

The Last Roundup

Star trek, book 17.

Garth of Izar

Garth of Izar

Star trek the original series, book 12.

Gemini

Star Trek, Book 18

The Case of the Colonist's Corpse

The Case of the Colonist's Corpse

Star trek, book 20.

Ex Machina

Star Trek, Book 21

Burning Dreams

Burning Dreams

Star trek, book 22.

Troublesome Minds

Troublesome Minds

Star trek the original series, book 16.

Inception

Star Trek The Original Series, Book 18

Unspoken Truth

Unspoken Truth

Star trek, book 25.

The Children of Kings

The Children of Kings

Star trek, book 26.

Cast No Shadow

Cast No Shadow

Star trek, book 27.

A Choice of Catastrophes

A Choice of Catastrophes

Star trek, book 28.

The Rings of Time

The Rings of Time

Star trek, book 29.

That Which Divides

That Which Divides

Star trek, book 30.

Allegiance in Exile

Allegiance in Exile

Star trek the original series, book 23.

Devil's Bargain

Devil's Bargain

Star trek the original series, book 24.

The Folded World

The Folded World

Star trek the original series, book 26.

The Shocks of Adversity

The Shocks of Adversity

Star trek the original series, book 27.

From History's Shadow

From History's Shadow

Star trek the original series, book 28.

The Weight of Worlds

The Weight of Worlds

Star trek, book 33.

No Time Like the Past

No Time Like the Past

Star trek the original series, book 29.

Seasons of Light and Darkness

Seasons of Light and Darkness

Star trek the original series, book 30.

Serpents in the Garden

Serpents in the Garden

Star trek the original series, book 31.

The More Things Change

The More Things Change

Star trek the original series, book 32.

Shadow of the Machine

Shadow of the Machine

Star trek the original series, book 33.

Foul Deeds Will Rise

Foul Deeds Will Rise

Star trek the original series, book 34.

Savage Trade

Savage Trade

Star trek the original series, book 35.

Crisis of Consciousness

Crisis of Consciousness

Star trek the original series, book 36.

Child of Two Worlds

Child of Two Worlds

Star trek the original series, book 39.

Miasma

Star Trek The Original Series, Book 40

The Latter Fire

The Latter Fire

Star trek the original series, book 41.

Elusive Salvation

Elusive Salvation

Star trek the original series, book 42.

The Face of the Unknown

The Face of the Unknown

Star trek the original series, book 43.

The Captain's Oath

The Captain's Oath

Star trek the original series, book 44.

The Antares Maelstrom

The Antares Maelstrom

Star trek the original series, book 45.

The Higher Frontier

The Higher Frontier

Star trek the original series, book 46.

Agents of Influence

Agents of Influence

Star trek the original series, book 47.

A Contest of Principles

A Contest of Principles

Star trek the original series, book 48.

Living Memory

Living Memory

Star trek the original series, book 49, what to read next.

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Star Trek is one of the largest media tie-ins around, next to Star Wars novelizations.  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.  This is a reading order for all of the published Star Trek novels done more or less chronologically (there are several time travel novels where it is set in multiple time frames, in those cases it is placed chronologically where the majority of the issue takes place).

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