List of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novels
List of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novels based on the American science fiction television series of the same name. The television series was syndicated from 1993 to 1999. The book line was published by Simon & Schuster imprints Pocket Books, Pocket Star, Gallery, and Atria.
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster|
|No. of books||95 (approximate)|
All novels published as paperback editions, except where indicated.
|All novels published as paperback editions, except where indicated.|
|†||First edition published as hardback.|
|◊||Published as an ebook exclusive.|
|º||Included in an omnibus or anthology.|
|Navy: Indicates a miniseries name.|
|Pink: Indicates a crossover series name.|
|et al.: Indicates multiple authors, see note.|
Adaptations of selected episodes. A Call to Arms (1998) and Sacrifice of Angels (1998) are based on seven interlinked episodes from Deep Space Nine's Seasons 5 and 6, beginning with "Call to Arms". Emissary (1993) was published as Deep Space Nine, Book 1.
|Emissary||J.M. Dillard||February 1993||0-671-79858-8|
|The Search||Diane Carey||October 1994||0-671-50604-8|
|The Way of the Warrior||October 1995||0-671-56813-2|
|Trials and Tribble-ations||December 1996||0-671-00902-8|
|Far Beyond the Stars||Steven Barnes||April 1998||0-671-02430-2|
|Call to Arms
(The Dominion War, Book 2)
|Diane Carey||November 1998||0-671-02497-3|
|Sacrifice of Angels
(The Dominion War, Book 4)
|What You Leave Behind||June 1999||0-671-03476-6|
Includes numbered and unnumbered novels: 
|1||Emissary (novelization)||J.M. Dillard||February 1993||0-671-79858-8|
|2||The Siege||Peter David||May 1993||0-671-87083-1|
|3||Bloodletter||K. W. Jeter||August 1993||0-671-87275-3|
|4||The Big Game||Sandy Schofield||November 1993||0-671-88030-6|
|5||Fallen Heroes||Dafydd ab Hugh||February 1994||0-671-88459-X|
|6||Betrayal||Lois Tilton||May 1994||0-671-88117-5|
|7||Warchild||Esther Friesner||September 1994||0-671-88116-7|
|8||Antimatter||John Vornholt||November 1994||0-671-88560-X|
|9||Proud Helios||Melissa Scott||February 1995||0-671-88390-9|
|—||Warped †||K. W. Jeter||March 1995||0-671-87252-4|
|10||Valhalla||Nathan Archer||April 1995||0-671-88115-9|
|11||Devil in the Sky||Greg Cox and John Gregory Betancourt||June 1995||0-671-88114-0|
|—||The Ferengi Rules of Acquisition||Ira Steven Behr[a]||July 1995||0-671-52936-6|
|12||The Laertian Gamble||Robert Sheckley||September 1995||0-671-88690-8|
|13||Station Rage||Diane Carey||November 1995||0-671-88561-8|
|14||The Long Night||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||February 1996||0-671-55165-5|
|15||Objective: Bajor||John Peel||June 1996||0-671-56811-6|
|16||Time's Enemy º
(Invastion!, Book 3)
|L.A. Graf||August 1996||0-671-54150-1|
|17||The Heart of the Warrior||John Gregory Betancourt||October 1996||0-671-00239-2|
|18||Saratoga||Michael Jan Friedman||November 1996||0-671-56897-3|
|19||The Tempest||Susan Wright||February 1997||0-671-00227-9|
|20||Wrath of the Prophets||Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman, and Robert Greenberger||May 1997||0-671-53817-9|
|—||Legends of the Ferengi||Robert Hewitt Wolfe and Ira Steven Behr[b]||July 1997||0-671-00728-9|
|—||Armageddon Sky º
(Day of Honor, Book 2)
|L.A. Graf||September 1997||0-671-00675-4|
|21||Trial by Error||Mark Garland||November 1997||0-671-00251-1|
|22||Vengeance||Dafydd ab Hugh||February 1998||0-671-00468-9|
|—||The Mist º
(The Captain's Table, Book 3)
|Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch[c]||July 1998||0-671-01471-4|
|23||The 34th Rule||Armin Shimerman and David R. George III||January 1999||0-671-00793-9|
(Rebels, Book 1)
|Dafydd ab Hugh||February 1999||0-671-01140-5|
(Rebels, Book 2)
(Rebels, Book 3)
|27||A Stitch in Time [d]||Andrew J. Robinson||May 2000||0-671-03885-0|
|—||Prophecy and Change [d] (anthology)||Marco Palmieri, ed.||September 23, 2003||0-7434-7073-7|
|—||Hollow Men [d]||Una McCormack||April 26, 2005||0-7434-9151-3|
Deep Space Nine (young adult) (1994–1998)Edit
|1||The Star Ghost||Brad Strickland||February 1994||0-671-87999-5|
|3||Prisoners of Peace||John Peel||October 1994||0-671-88288-0|
|4||The Pet||Mel Gilden and Ted Pedersen||December 1994||0-671-88352-6|
|5||Arcade||Diana Gallagher||June 1995||0-671-89678-4|
|6||Field Trip||John Peel||August 1995||0-671-88287-2|
|7||Gypsy World||Ted Pedersen||February 1996||0-671-51115-7|
|8||Highest Score||Kem Antilles||June 1996||0-671-89936-8|
|9||Cardassian Imps||Mel Gilden||February 1997||0-671-51116-5|
|10||Space Camp||Ted Pedersen||June 1997||0-671-00730-0|
|11||Honor Bound º
(Day of Honor)
|Diana G. Gallagher||October 1997||0-671-01452-8|
|12||Trapped in Time||Ted Pedersen||February 1998||0-671-01440-4|
Star Trek: Deeps Space Nine: Rebels miniseries follows the crew of the USS Defiant as they help free an occupied world. Written by Dafydd ab Hugh. The novels were published as Books 24 – 26.
|1||The Conquered||Dafydd ab Hugh||February 1999||0-671-01140-5|
|3||The Liberated||March 1999||0-671-01142-1|
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Millennium miniseries explores an alternate-timeline created after the USS Defiant is transported twenty-five years into the future. Written by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens. An omnibus edition was published in 2002.
|1||The Fall of Terok Nor||Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens||March 2000||0-671-02401-9|
|2||The War of the Prophets||0-671-02402-7|
|—||Millennium (omnibus)||January 2, 2002||0-7434-4249-0|
The following novels were part of multi-author miniseries which crossed over various Star Trek book lines including: The Next Generation, Voyager, New Frontier, and The Original Series. Since 2001[update], no new crossover series have been published. The relaunched novels are linked in a similar fashion, containing shared characters and plots from other book lines and novels. Only Deep Space Nine novels are listed.
|Adventures in Time and Space (reference)||Mary P. Taylor, ed.||August 1999||0-671-03415-4|
|New Worlds, New Civilizations * (reference)||Michael Jan Friedman||November 1999||0-671-88103-5|
|The Badlands, Book 1||Susan Wright||December 1999||0-671-03957-1|
|The Badlands, Book 2||0-671-03958-X|
|Dark Passions, Book 1||January 2, 2001||0-671-78785-3|
|Dark Passions, Book 2||0-671-78786-1|
|The Brave and the Bold, Book 1||Keith DeCandido||November 26, 2002||0-7434-1922-7|
|The Brave and the Bold, Book 2||0-7434-1923-5|
|Articles of the Federation||May 24, 2005||1-4165-0015-4|
|A Singular Destiny||January 27, 2009||978-1-4165-9495-6|
|Seven Deadly Sins (anthology)||Margaret Clark, ed.||March 16, 2010||978-1-4391-0944-1|
Star Trek: Invasion! crossover miniseries spanned each of the Star Trek television series broadcast prior to 1996. The novels were thematically linked. An omnibus edition was published in 1998 containing additional material. The series was conceived and edited by John J. Ordover.
|3||Time's Enemy (Book 16)||L.A. Graf||August 1996||0-671-54150-1|
|—||Invasion! (omnibus)||John J. Ordover, ed.[e]||June 1998||0-671-02185-0|
Day of Honor (1997)Edit
Star Trek: Day of Honor crossover miniseries is inspired by the Voyager episode "Day of Honor". The series was conceived by Paula M. Block and John J. Ordover. An omnibus edition was published in 1999.
|2||Armageddon Sky||L.A. Graf||September 1997||0-671-00675-4|
(Young adult, Book 11)
|Diana G. Gallagher||October 1997||0-671-01452-8|
|—||Day of Honor (omnibus)||Diane Carey, et al.[f]||March 1999||0-671-02813-8|
The Captain's Table (1998)Edit
Star Trek: The Captain's Table crossover miniseries is narrated by various starship captains during their visits to a trans-dimensional bar called The Captain's Table. An omnibus was published in 2000. An anthology of related stories was published in 2005.
|3||The Mist||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch[c]||July 1998||0-671-01471-4|
|—||The Captain's Table (omnibus)||L.A. Graf, et al.[g]||March 2000||0-671-04052-9|
|—||Tales from the Captain's Table (anthology)||Keith DeCandido, ed.||June 14, 2005||1-4165-0520-2|
The Dominion War (1998–2004)Edit
Star Trek: The Dominion War crossover miniseries depicts events leading up to the Dominion War. The first and third novels focus on the crew of the USS Enterprise, while the second and fourth novels are novelizations of a seven-episode arc from Deep Space Nine's sixth and seventh seasons. The novels contain additional characters and situations created by the authors. The Battle for Betazed (2002), by Charlotte Douglas and Susan Kearney, is linked to the series.
|2||Call to Arms||Diane Carey||November 1998||0-671-02497-3|
|4||Sacrifice of Angels||December 1998||0-671-02498-1|
|—||Tales of the Dominion War (anthology)||Keith DeCandido, ed.||August 3, 2004||0-7434-9171-8|
Double Helix (1999–2002)Edit
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Double Helix miniseries is based upon and inspired by the film Outbreak (1995).:434 Created by John J. Ordover and Michael Jan Friedman. An omnibus edition was published in 2002. Vectors (1999), by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, includes character from Deep Space Nine, but was published as The Next Generation, Book 51.
|2||Vectors||Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch||June 1999||0-671-03256-9|
|—||Double Helix (omnibus)||John Gregory Betancourt, et al.[h]||8 October 2002||0-7434-1272-9|
Section 31 (2001–17)Edit
Star Trek: Section 31 crossover miniseries was inspired by the autonomous, clandestine, paramilitary organization introduced in the Deep Space Nine episode "Inquisition". The series continued with Disavowed (2014) and Control (2017), by David Mack, which are linked with the relaunch novels.
|4||Abyss º||David Weddle||June 26, 2001||0-671-77483-2|
|—||Disavowed||David Mack||October 28, 2014||978-1-4767-5308-9|
|—||Control||March 28, 2017||978-1-5011-5170-5|
Star Trek: Gateways crossover series was created by Robert Greenberger and John J. Ordover. The series concluded with the anthology What Lay Beyond (2001). An omnibus was announced at the Shore Leave convention in 2001, but was never published.
|4||Demons of Air and Darkness º||Keith DeCandido||August 28, 2001||0-7434-1852-2|
|7||What Lay Beyond † (anthology)||John J. Ordover, ed.[i]||October 30, 2001||0-7434-3112-X|
The book line was relaunched in 1999 with the publication of the anthology The Lives of Dax, edited by Marco Palmieri. All novels published since are interlinked, and depict the events after the episode "What You Leave Behind". Relaunch novels include characters, plots, and settings from other book lines.
|The Lives of Dax [j] (anthology)||Marco Palmieri, ed.||December 1999||0-671-02840-5|
|A Stitch in Time [k]||Andrew J. Robinson||May 2000||0-671-03885-0|
|Abyss [d] º
(Section 31, Book 4)
|David Weddle and Jeffrey Lang||June 26, 2001||0-7434-0050-X|
|Avatar, Book 1 º||S.D. Perry||May 1, 2001||0-7434-0051-8|
|Avatar, Book 2 º||0-671-77483-2|
|Demons of Air and Darkness [d] º
(Gateways, Book 4)
|Keith DeCandido||August 28, 2001||0-7434-1852-2|
|Rising Son||S.D. Perry||December 31, 2002||0-7434-4838-3|
|The Left Hand of Destiny, Book 1||J. G. Hertzler and Jeffrey Lang||March 14, 2003||0-7434-2328-3|
|The Left Hand of Destiny, Book 2||April 23, 2003||0-7434-2329-1|
|Unity †||S.D. Perry||November 18, 2003||0-7434-4840-5|
|Warpath||David Mack||March 28, 2006||1-4165-0775-2|
|Twist of Faith (omnibus)||S.D. Perry, et al.[l]||May 22, 2007||978-1-4165-3415-0|
|Fearful Symmetry||Olivia Woods||June 24, 2008||978-1-4165-6781-3|
|The Soul Key||July 28, 2009||978-1-4391-0792-8|
|The Never-Ending Sacrifice||Una McCormack||August 25, 2009||978-1-4391-0961-8|
|Lust's Latinum Lost (and Found) ◊||Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdmann||September 1, 2014[m]||978-1-4767-7931-7|
|The Missing||Una McCormack||December 30, 2014||978-1-4767-5023-1|
|Sacraments of Fire||David R. George III||June 30, 2015||978-1-4767-5633-2|
|Ascendance||December 29, 2015||978-1-5011-0370-4|
|Force and Motion||Jeffrey Lang||May 31, 2016||978-1-5011-1073-3|
|Rules of Accusation ◊||Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdmann||July 4, 2016||978-1-5011-1068-9|
|The Long Mirage||David R. George III||February 28, 2017||978-1-5011-3297-1|
|Enigma Tales||Una McCormack||June 27, 2017||978-1-5011-5258-0|
|I, The Constable ◊||Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdmann||November 13, 2017||978-1-5011-6974-8|
Mission Gamma (2002–2017)Edit
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Mission Gamma miniseries follows the crew of the USS Defiant under the command of Elias Vaughn. Not to be confused with the Gamma (2017) miniseries, which has a similar premise. These Haunted Seas (2008) is a collection of Books 1 and 2.
|1||Twilight º||David R. George III||27 August 2002||0-7434-4560-0|
|2||This Gray Spirit º||Heather Jarman||0-7434-4562-7|
|3||Cathedral||Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels||1 October 2002||0-7434-4564-3|
|4||Lesser Evil||Robert Simpson||29 October 2002||0-7434-1024-6|
|—||These Haunted Seas (omnibus)||David R. George III and Heather Jarman||17 June 2008||978-1-4165-5639-8|
Worlds of… (2004–05)Edit
Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine explores the various home worlds of the crew and residents of Deep Space Nine. Created by Marco Palmieri.
|1||Cardassia and Andor||Una McCormack and Heather Jarman||May 25, 2004||0-7434-8351-0|
|2||Trill and Bajor||Andy Mangels, Michael A. Martin,
and J. Noah Kym
|January 25, 2005||0-7434-8352-9|
|3||Ferenginar and The Dominion||Keith DeCandido and David R. George III||0-7434-8353-7|
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Gamma miniseries follows the crew of USS Robinson under the command of Benjamin Sisko. Only one novel has been published. Not to be confused with the Mission Gamma (2002) miniseries which has a similar premise.
|Original Sin||David R. George III||26 September 2017||978-1-5011-3322-0|
- As by Quark, a resident of the Deep Space Nine station, as told by Ira Steven Behr.
- As by Quark, as told to Robert Hewitt Wolfe and Ira Steven Behr.
- As by Benjamin Sisko, told in his own words, as recorded by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch.
- Status as a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine relaunch novel or anthology is disputed among primary sources.
- Invasion! (1998) by John J. Ordover, editor, with Diane Carey, Dean Wesley Smith, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, L.A. Graf, and Dafydd ab Hugh.
- Day of Honor (1999) by Diane Carey, L.A. Graf, Michael Jan Friedman, Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and Diane G. Gallagher.
- The Captain's Table (2000) by L.A. Graf, Michael Jan Friedman, Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Diane Carey, Peter David, Jerry Oltion.
- Double Helix (2002) by John Gregory Betancourt, Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Diane Carey, John Vorhnolt, Peter David, and Michael Jan Friedman and Christie Golden.
- Gateways: What Lay Beyond (2001) by John J. Ordover, editor, with Diane Carey, Peter David, Keith DeCandido, Christie Golden, Robert Greenberger, and Susan Wright.
- Originally published as Star Trek: The Lives of Dax. Second printing included the rounded Star Trek: Deep Space Nine mark used for the relaunch series.
- A Stitch in Time (2000), by Andrew J. Robinson, was published as Deep Space Nine, Book 27.
- Deep Space Nine: Twist of Faith (2007) by S.D. Perry, David Weddle and Jeffrey Lang, Keith DeCandido.
- Exact date of release is not known, or not available via primary sources. Approximated to the nearest month.
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