I just picked up this volume on impulse at my local Barnes & Noble tonight. Somehow I entirely missed this compilation back in 2016 (as well as the BBS's two threads on the subject), but I'm glad I've got my hands on it now. It's a good-looking black leather-bound hardcover collection with the Starfleet delta on the front, and an overhead diagram of the Enterprise on the back. The inside front & back covers have some nice glossy photos of the characters and the ship. It contains 45 of the 79 TOS novelizations that James Blish wrote back in the 1960s, along with an introduction, "Star Trek in the Real World," written by Norman Spinrad for Bantam books back in 1991. Quite a steal for only $25! The list of episodes contained in the volume (Courtesy of Dayton Ward and Therin of Andor in the previous threads): Season 1 The Menagerie Where No Man Has Gone Before Charlie's Law (Charlie X) The Naked Time The Enemy Within What Are Little Girls Made Of? Dagger of the Mind The Conscience of the King Balance of Terror The Galileo Seven Arena Tomorrow Is Yesterday Court Martial The Return of the Archons Space Seed A Taste of Armageddon This Side of Paradise The Devil in the Dark Errand of Mercy The City on the Edge of Forever Operation Annihilate Season 2 Amok Time Who Mourns for Adonais? The Changeling Mirror, Mirror The Apple The Doomsday Machine Metamorphosis Journey to Babel The Deadly Years The Trouble With Tribbles A Piece of the Action The Immunity Syndrome By Any Other Name The Ultmate Computer Assignment: Earth Season 3 The Enterprise Incident The Day of the Dove For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky The Tholian Web Wink of an Eye Let That Be Your Last Battlefield The Cloudminders All Our Yesterdays I've heard for years that the Blish adaptations are great, so I'm looking forward to finally reading several of them for myself. If you have a B&N store near you and are interested in getting a copy, I'd recommend checking them out. Once I finally crack the covers, I'll post what I think in this thread (and/or link to my thoughts posted elsewhere).