Best Star Trek Books (Part I)

Boldly go where no man has gone before….Truthfully, plenty of folks have gone to the bookstore to purchase the best Star Trek books. In case you don’t want to leave the comfort of your home, we have put together a list.

From the start of Kirk’s career as Captain to his death and all the amazing missions in between, these books contain the best of the first crew and all the folks who join them along the way.

Titles like Q-In-Law, Avatar, and Federation are sure to please the Trek fans from the past and please the Trek fans of the future. A huge number of authors have tried to effectively narrate the story of Star Trek, but only real Trekkies realize who stands out. These are the best Star Trek books that will be favorites among fans.

Federation by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens

This long awaited novel has both celebrated crews of the Starship Enterprise in an heroic adventure that spans space and time.

As the crews get ready for their missions, fate brings them together until past and future unify and the destiny of the two famous starships depends on one another.

Q-in-Law by Peter David

A wedding is being held for the Tizarin, two powerful rival families. While Captain Picard is happy about the upcoming ceremony, his happiness is cut short by the arrival of a Federation delegate. In spite of advances by the delegate towards Picard, all goes well with the wedding. However, complications arrive with the notorious being named Q.

Avatar by S.D. Perry

As the Federation gets ready to bring a counter strike against the Dominion, Colonel Kira isn’t pleased with it. With the threat of everything being chaotic, Kira has a hard choice.

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