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Star Trek FAQ 2.0 (Unofficial and Unauthorized): Everything Left to Know about the Next Generation, the Movies, and Beyond

Star Trek FAQ Unofficial and Unauthorized Everything Left to Know about the Next Generation the Movies and Beyond FAQ This book is not endorsed sponsored or affiliated with CBS Studios Inc Paramount Pictures or the Star Trek franchise In the s and s Star Trek rose from the ash heap of network cancellati

  • Title: Star Trek FAQ 2.0 (Unofficial and Unauthorized): Everything Left to Know about the Next Generation, the Movies, and Beyond
  • Author: Mark Clark
  • ISBN: 9781557837936
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • FAQ This book is not endorsed, sponsored, or affiliated with CBS Studios Inc Paramount Pictures, or the Star Trek franchise In the 1980s and 90s, Star Trek rose from the ash heap of network cancellation and soared to the peak of its popularity with a series of blockbuster feature films and the smash sequel series Star Trek The Next Generation Star Trek FAQ 2.0 FAQ This book is not endorsed, sponsored, or affiliated with CBS Studios Inc Paramount Pictures, or the Star Trek franchise In the 1980s and 90s, Star Trek rose from the ash heap of network cancellation and soared to the peak of its popularity with a series of blockbuster feature films and the smash sequel series Star Trek The Next Generation Star Trek FAQ 2.0 picks up where the original Star Trek FAQ left off, chronicling the historic comeback of the failed series and its emergence as a pop culture touchstone The book provides accounts of the production of every Star Trek movie including creator Gene Roddenberry s struggle to retain control of the franchise and every episode of The Next Generation and the conflicts that roiled its writing staff It also offers profiles of the actors, directors, writers, producers, and technicians whose excellence fueled the franchise s success, and explores often overlooked aspects of the Star Trek phenomenon, including unofficial, fan made productions Star Trek FAQ 2.0 represents the final frontier of Trek scholarship.

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    1. I'm not sure why this book is called a FAQ, as it's not presented at all in that format. However, there is some great information included here. There's also some chapters that could have been eliminated (I don't think we needed chapters on which episodes were best for each actor, when that was covered in the individual episode descriptions) and it's a shame that everything after Next Generation is so summarily disposed of with just a few paragraphs.


    2. Update: The publisher just added a "look inside" feature where you can see the Table of Contents for the book. If you're on the fence about this book, check it out - a lot of great content! halleonardbooks/viewclRecently Netflix Canada starting carrying the entire Star Trek TNG series and we've been binge watching the series. We're about 5 episodes from the 7th season and series finale. And I wish I would have had Mark Clark's Star Trek FAQ 2.0 (Unofficial and Unauthorized): Everything Left to K [...]


    3. The first thing that struck me while reading this book is the sheer amount of information contained within. Less of a FAQ book, this second installment reads as a historical encyclopedia of every bit and piece that the Trek franchise had and still has to offer. Beginning with the movies, the author lays out a comprehensive guide to every key aspect of events that unfolded. Every detail of cast and crew is covered, both in that time period and the events that led up to it. Backgrounds of all the [...]


    4. To set the record straight, this is not an FAQ. Instead, this book spells out behind-the-scenes activities surrounding the Star Trek movies and The Next Generation tv show.The 2.0 signifies it being a follow-up to Star Trek FAQ by the same author.There is a large amount of information in this book but I read alot of quotes taken from the DVDs. (Nothing real "new" from what Trek fans already know)Just as you might have gathered from watching the special features of the Trek DVDs, there was incred [...]


    5. Clearly you have to be one of the greatest fan of Star Trek to read this sequel to Star Treq FAQ 1.0. If the first book was about the original series, this second book starts from the first movie "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" and describes not only all those that have followed, but also all the episodes (every single one of them :) of Next Generation. At this point, I expect that the nextbook will be about Voyager and Deep Space Nine, maybe Enterprise also, considered that DSN is only the SF v [...]


    6. The only major bummer about this book is that the author's overriding focus is on The Next Generation, while I am presently working my way through Netflix's store of Deep Space Nine episodes-- DS9 gets lots of glancing references during discussion of TNG characters/plotlines who later show up there, but only one chapter is allotted to deal collectively with DS9, Voyager, and Enterprise. Meanwhile a recounting of the awards that Star Trek shows and movies have won (which was already sprinkled thr [...]


    7. Really bad. Really. The guy who wrote this must of done his research just off the web and maybe a few youtube interviews. Nothing new here. This might have been good if it was a senior thesis in HS. Maybe not. Glad it was free.






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