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The original script of the best episode in the original Star Trek series. Why only two stars?
The first one-THIRD of the book is taken up by a repetitive, neurotic rant... Read more
So far I've only read the original script. And I'm glad of the changes they made for the aired version. IMO it is MUCH MUCH better.
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This is a good read. The only complaint I have is there was too much repetition. All the different rewrites of the initial screen play.Published 14 days ago by Kathy Hassig
Despite this topic being discussed by Ellison time and again it remains a fascinating look at different views of how events transpired and how scripts can be mangled by the time... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
The first 25% was interesting, and then it devolved into a diatribe against everyone involved in Star Trek. Gave up after the first iteration of the story.Published 1 month ago by Anthony Zappa
Working one's way through the 30+ year running battle among Harlan Ellison, the memory of Gene Roddenberry, and all the other Star Trek personalities involved becomes a bit... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Douglas K. Tatsch
Ellison is one of the greats - but City on the Edge was sadly self-defending some really bad treatment he received from the always bad treatment given by the 'Industry'. Read morePublished 1 month ago by goodlife gal