What are the best Trek books? I'm wondering if there's any consensus in fandom on this question. Fiction Non-fiction I have a hearty love of old Trek novels, The Entropy Effect; Uhura's Song; My Enemy, My Ally; Spock's World are a few faves. But I've also read and loved newer ones (Survivors; The Lives of Dax), though I feel a bit out of the loop for the past several years. But I've read nearly as much Trek commentary, from the old Best of Trek books (collections of articles from Trek magazine 1974-1994 or thereabouts; I could rarely get my hands on the actual mag), but also loved Enterprise Zones: Critical Positions on Star Trek and I'm just starting Star Trek: The Human Frontier. How about you?