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A Matter of Time: The Unauthorized Back to the Future Lexicon Paperback – November 20, 2012
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Some of the details here are very miniscule, from Marty McFly's driver's license number to words that were scrawled in graffiti in various places during the movie. Of course, you can learn about the Flux Capacitor, Doc Brown, and the entire McFly clan. There are also entries in the lexicon showing Darth Vader, Eddie Van Halen, and Alex Keaton's place in the Back to the Future universe.
The appendices in the back of the book complement the book wonderfully. An episode guide, cover gallery, and even a family tree of sorts are among the extra pages at the end of A Matter of Time. Perhaps the most interesting page in this volume is the reproduction of the telephone book page Marty tore out in 1955, showing Doc's historical address and phone number.
From beginning to end, A Matter of Time will delight Back to the Future fans with tidbits that they had forgotten.
I've been a BTTF fan for as long as I can remember and own pretty much every book that has ever been published on the Trilogy. I'd have to say that the Lexicon is perhaps the first ever ESSENTIAL book for any serious BTTF fan.
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I bought this as a gift for an impossible to buy for 15 year old. No surprise - he loves it! Hasslein Books, you've done it again!Published 14 months ago by wolfpack923
This is easily the best printed book about BTTF. I am absolutely thrilled by how thorough it is! Can't wait to start reading.Published on September 11, 2013 by jessica
for the prompt service. The book was a father's day present. He enjoyed it very much. Thank you again for the prompt servicePublished on June 28, 2013 by Angie Moore
This was a Christmas gift and the person receiving was very pleased with the book -- a big fan of Back to the FuturePublished on December 26, 2012 by Rita Goodner