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7 essential books every ‘Star Trek’ fan should read
Beam us up, Trekdom.
In Star Trek’s future, reading makes a big comeback. Be prepared with these excellent Star Trek book or two. They’re just as engrossing as the sci-fi franchise.
Published just in time for Trek’s 50th anniversary last year, CBS commissioned artists from around the world to commemorate the series. This compendium contains posters, photos, comic strips, and even textiles to celebrate Trek’s Golden Anniversary. The perfect coffee table book for your ready room (or to add to your Star Trek book collection).
Price: $26.71 (regularly $39.95)
On Captain Kirk’s Enterprise, nobody has it worse than red shirts. Whether they know it or not, they’re disposable, usually just there to introduce whatever danger the bridge crew will face in an episode. Redshirt’s Little Book of Doom is an adorable picture book that depicts a red shirt enduring whatever a harsh galaxy can deal him.
Price: $13.88 (regularly $14.99)
All true patriots should know the history of their home country or intergalactic state. Star Trek Federation: The First 150 Years tells the United Federation of Planet’s origin story. Everything is covered, from its post-apocalyptic beginnings to first contact and the trials of the diplomats and explorers born under its flag.
Price: $21.85 (regularly $29.95)
When you encounter new life and civilizations, you also encounter new treats. Learn how to make everything from plomeek soup to raktajino with the Star Trek Cookbook. Written by the intergalactic gourmand himself, Neelix (Ethan Phillips).
Price: $13.92 (regularly $24)
For the selective few who are accepted to Starfleet Academy, their school years can be rigorous. This book covers all the unconventional medicine, dangerous life forms and crazy scenarios a member of Starfleet has to contend with. Your secret weapon to beat the Kobayashi Meru.
Ever wonder what a cat would look like in the captain’s chair? Wonder no more! This flawless Star Trek book puts cats in Trek situations in what may be one of the best books conceived and printed by man. Just try and put it down.
Price: $6.32 (regularly $14.95)
Like the Borg, you’re likely after assimilating all the Trek knowledge you can. The Star Trek Encyclopedia covers all you need to know from Trek’s first 50 years in two volumes. All the deep cuts from the 1966 show, to Deep Space Nine, and all the way through Chris Pine are covered here. Written by long-time series producers Michael and Denise Okuda, giving it the serious Trek cred it deserves.
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Jaime Carillo is a writer for Pure Nintendo and a plucky YouTube cook. He specializes in writing about console gaming and kitchen gadgets. It comes naturally, considering he's either wielding a massive cleaver or Switch Pro controller at any given point. When he's not cruising through a drive-thru at 2am, he's baking shokupan or whipping up a big pot of Japanese curry. He enjoys retro gaming, geopolitics, and Vic Berger videos.