The universe of "Star Trek" has a rich amount of novels and comics, some based off the televison series, other using them as a jumping off point for new adventures. Some notable novel series include: Star Trek: New Frontier, by Peter David Star Trek: Stargazer, by Michael Jan Friedman Star Trek: IKS Gorkon, by Keith R.A. DeCandido Star Trek: Challenger, by Diane Carey* Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Post finale, by various Star Trek: Voyager, Post finale, by Christie Golden Star Trek: The Lost Era, by various Star Trek: Titan, by various Star Trek: Vanguard, by various Star Trek, SCE (eBooks), by various This is just a smattering of the realm of "Trek" fiction out there. [link=http://www.psiphi.org]PsiPhi: a great resource for Trek novels[/link] What does everyone else think of the 'Trek' fiction out there? I love it, I'm currently reading Star Trek: Titan Orion's Hounds by Christopher L. Bennett and it's a great read. A lot of though went into this book, and it's evident, the science seems plausible, the characters are spot on, and it's fun.