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Thanks for the hard work!!! Do you have plans on updating from time to time??? 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 :. 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. Where is Spock Must Die in this? Also, you have a typo in the title of "Greater Than the Sum.
Star Trek has a fifty-two year history of tie-in fiction, beginning with the publication of James Blish 's Star Trek 1. Novels based on Deep Space Nine and Enterprise were published as recently as Original concept series such as Prometheus , New Frontier , Titan , Section 31 , Seekers, and Vanguard , have been published since Random House published a trio of children's picture books based on Star Trek as part of the Little Golden Books series in Bantam Books was the first licensed publisher of Star Trek tie-in fiction.
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Star Trek has a fifty-two year history of tie-in fiction, beginning with the publication of .. omnibus edition of the episode novelizations organized in season order. Emissary (Deep Space Nine, Book 1), J.M. Dillard, February
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In the first decades, the majority of these were standalone stories that only referenced the show. Unlike the new Star Wars Expanded Universe or various other media tie-in lines, no Star Trek novel, comic, or game is considered canon. Even those written in conjunction with the new, currently in-production series. Even as Star Trek returns in increasing quantity to the small screen, the possibility exists that the Lit-verse will continue in some form for some time to come. Available to the left are reading lists for each of the series, and a complete reading list for the entire Lit-verse. Don't be overwhelmed by the length of some of the lists. Not all connections are noted, only the ones which form the branching out of the lists.
List of Star Trek: The Next Generation novels based on the American science fiction television series of the same name. All novels published as paperback editions, except where indicated. Based on the The Next Generation film series. Illustrated chapter books utilizing imagery from First Contact The Final Reflection , by John M. Ford , was originally published as Star Trek , Book The novels are also linked with Stargazer —