Star Trek
Original Novels: Young Adult
As the heading should suggest, books featuring the characters from the original Star Trek television series, and which have been written for younger readers.

After a short-lived series of just three titles released in the mid-1990s, a second series of Starfleet Academy novels was launched by Simon Spotlight in late 2010, this time featuring the versions of the characters as seen in the 2009 movie.
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy #1 — Crisis on Vulcan

Crisis on Vulcan cover image
by Brad & Barbara Strickland
  • United States
  • Paperback
  • Pocket Minstrel
  • 1996
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy #2 — Aftershock

Aftershock cover image
by John Vornholt
  • United States
  • Paperback
  • Pocket Minstrel
  • 1996
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy #3 — Cadet Kirk

Cadet Kirk cover image
by Diane Carey
  • United States
  • Paperback
  • Pocket Books
  • 1996
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy — The Delta Anomaly

The Delta Anomaly cover image
by Rick Barba
  • United States
  • Paperback
  • Simon Spotlight
  • November 2010
Other Editions
Flag of United States Star Trek: Starfleet Academy — The Delta Anomaly
click for cover image United States / Hardback / Simon Spotlight / 2010 / 144241409X
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy — The Edge

The Edge cover image
by Rudy Josephs
  • United States
  • Paperback
  • Simon Spotlight
  • December 2010
Other Editions
Flag of United States Star Trek: Starfleet Academy — The Edge
click for cover image United States / Hardback / Simon Spotlight / 2010 / 1442414081
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy — Gemini Agent

Gemini Agent cover image
by Rick Barba
  • United States
  • Paperback
  • Simon Spotlight
  • June 2011
Other Editions
Flag of United States Star Trek: Starfleet Academy — Gemini Agent
click for cover image United States / Hardback / Simon Spotlight / 2011 / 144241961X
Back Cover Blurb
In The Gemini Agent, as first-year final exams week kicks off, several incident reports with serious allegations against James T. Kirk end up on the Commandant of Midshipmen's desk. None of the allegations are true, of course... or are they? Kirk is being plagued by mysterious blackout periods, so he finds the allegations difficult to refute. During these blackout periods, he has no recollection of what he did, save for some very disturbing and disjointed memories. Kirk needs his friends, Bones and Uhura to help prove his innocence. Who is targeting Kirk, and why is he being targeted? And how far are they willing to go? Someone close to Kirk holds the answers to all of these questions, but can he put the pieces together before it's too late?
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy — The Assassination Game

The Assassination Game cover image
by Alan Gratz
  • United States
  • Paperback
  • Simon Spotlight
  • June 2012
Other Editions
Flag of United States Star Trek: Starfleet Academy — The Assassination Game
click for cover image United States / Hardback / Simon Spotlight / 2011 / 1442420596
Back Cover Blurb
When a terrorist attack rocks Starfleet Academy, it's clear someone has a very serious — and very deadly — secret agenda.

The rules are simple: Draw a target. Track him down and "kill" him with a spork. Take your victim's target for your own. Oh, and make sure the player with your name doesn't get to you first. No safe zones. No time-outs. The game ends when only one player remains.

James T. Kirk is playing for fun. Leonard "Bones" McCoy is playing to get closer to a girl. But when a series of terrorist attacks rock the usually placid Starfleet Academy campus, it becomes clear that somebody is playing the game for real. Is it one of the visiting Varkolak, on Earth to attend an intergalactic medical conference? Or could it be a member of a super-secret society at the Academy dedicated to taking care of threats to the Federation, no matter what rules they have to break to do it?