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If any television show deserves the "FAQ Treatment," it's Gene Roddenberry's STAR TREK.
The very fact these idea come up in a review shows a strength in the overall presentation of information throughout the book.
There are some great photos, and then are some photos of VHS tapes which should have been edited out I think.
Lots of info here. Even if you're a die hard Star Trek fan that thinks you already know all there is to know about your favorite TV show there is plenty here that will interest... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Louis A. Carnivale
A very well written over all view of TOS , lots of information on actors, episodes, sets, etc.. Actually there is a bit too much info; but I just glossed over the parts I was... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Robbie Nagy
I have read, I think, all of the books and heard all of the stories. This isn't anything new. This is old stuff, recycled. To make a buck. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ronald R. Allen Jr.
There is a lot of research that went into this book. There are some great photos, and then are some photos of VHS tapes which should have been edited out I think. Read morePublished 19 months ago by J. D. Plotner
This book is full of useful instights into what went on to make trek and each episodes. I found many things that i was umaware about. its a really good read.Published 21 months ago by E
Chances are, even if you're not a fan of Star Trek (in any of its incarnations), you can reference Captain Kirk, "live long and prosper," and "beam me up, Scottie" in conversation. Read morePublished on July 2, 2012 by T. Dotts
I found this book while looking for a copy of "The Twilight Zone Companion" at a local bookstore. With it's unassuming cover (and lack of any official Paramount endorsement) I... Read morePublished on June 29, 2012 by Alan
Well written review of one of my favorite tv series. I'm considered a 'die hard' fan and yet was surprised and pleased to read so many insider facts about Star Trek and it's... Read morePublished on June 19, 2012 by fieldmouse
Book Info: Genre: Nonfiction/History of TV tie-in Reading Level: Adult
Disclosure: I received a free ebook eGalley from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Read more