To boldly go
Some people can never get enough of Star Trek. (You know who you are.) Here are three more books for them.
Night of the Living Trekkies (Quirk Fiction) by Kevin David Anderson and Sam Stall is a novel that might be the final frontier of zombie-pop culture mashup (but probably not), with Trek fanboys and fangirls battling brain-eating monsters at a science fiction convention.
Star Trek: The Original Series 365 (Abrams) by Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdmann is a hefty volume billed as the "definitive guide" to all 79 original episodes of the TV show, packed with minutiae and hundreds of photographs.
The View From the Bridge: Memories of Star Trek and a Life in Hollywood (Plume) by Nicholas Meyer is a showbiz memoir, now in paperback, by the director of the second (The Wrath of Khan) and sixth (The Undiscovered Country) films in the Star Trek movie franchise.
Colette Bancroft, Times book editor