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From the person who actually wrote this book,
This review is from: Star Trek: Starship Spotter (Paperback)
Just for the record, Adam 'Mojo' Lebowitz and Robert Bonchune created the beautiful 3D renderings of the starships that grace this elegant book. All of the text was written by me, Jonathan Lane, and Alex Rosenzweig. Everyone worked very diligently to create what is an extremely satisfying book if you are a fan of the starships of "Star Trek." The research was painstaking, and what's in this book can be considered as close to the final word as anything ever published about "Star Trek." The backgrounds and specifications for each ship endeavor to draw together over a century of "Star Trek" history, and if you're a real trivia buff, you might catch one or two "winks" to some of the really minute details of the last 35 years of "Star Trek." Enjoy!
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Initial post: Mar 11, 2007 8:31:09 PM PDT
U. Gardner says:
You must be kidding. Stop patting yourself on the back, this was a perfect example of schlock work. You're actually comparing this book (not by title but by implication) to The Enterprise Tech manual, DS9 Tech manual and The Star Trek Encycopedia.
As shown by the table of contents, if this was painstaking, work, then you quys are a clearly a bunch of slackers. Do you really think that Gene Roddenberry, his son or Majel Roddenberry would approve of this book? This book is a dis-service to Gene's memory in my opinion.
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