Friday 2 September 2016

Version Five of the Star Trek Lit-verse Reading Order Flowchart

Can't figure out which book to read next in the tangled web of Star Trek novel continuity? Well fear not, Thrawn and I have once more updated The Almighty Star Trek Lit-verse Reading Order Flow Chart, with all the latest releases, and a few not even out yet.

If you've not found your way to it before, the flow chart lays out all the connections between the modern prose continuity which link the relaunch series books of TNG, DS9, Voyager, Enterprise, New Frontier, Titan, Vanguard, and more, detailing how they crossover and spin-off.

As always, you can find the full size version on its own dedicated page here on The Trek Collective, which you can find at any time via the "Reading Order" tab at the top of the page.

This latest update includes all the recently released books that tie into the larger books continuity, which as you can see visualised on the chart has had a nice resurgence in DS9 stories lately. Some of the changes to the format of the chart include new more distinct colours to hopefully make it a little easier to tell the various series apart. We've also added a new "jumping on point" icon, to help new readers with suggestions on good places to start reading (but of course you can jump in anywhere really).

My thanks as always to the wonderful Thrawn for creating the original chart, allowing me to host it here, and working with me to expand and refine it for almost five years now! I hope you all find this as useful a resource as I do!


dan said...

this is so great. thank you for updating it and adding the new features!

it looks like "distant shores" is missing. ive been working through the voyager books with your guide and i would place it after "evolution" and before "homecoming".

(it would be a good jumping on point too, for someone who just watched the series finale)

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TerranRich said...

Thank you so much for this! It has been invaluable during my resurgence of interest in the Trek literary "relaunch" era universe.

Just one error I noticed: it says "" near the top, instead of the proper URL. ;)

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