Another Time, Another Place, Quantum Leap Paperback – Sep 1 2007
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About the Author
Judith A. Moose holds degrees in Broadcast Communications, Advertising and Marketing as well as an F.C.C. license. In 1995, she founded an Entertainment Publicity firm, which is now the JM Media Group. As well as handling the PR for several celebrities, Judith has assisted in the production of the A&E Network’s Biography episode on Joan Collins, the NBC 75th Anniversary Special, VH-1’s Where Are They Now, is currently serving as the Director of Media Relations for the feature film Woman’s Story and in 2003 published her first book, Together – A Sitcom Lover’s Guide To Silver Spoons and her second, Another Time, Another Place: Quantum Leap in November 2004. Judith Moose currently splits her time residing in Las Vegas and Hollywood.
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The history section is great. An enjoyable read. Photos are not bad at all.
Only flaw I see is the episode guide isn't detailed. I can get more information (gasp!) from the internet and that I do not consider a reliable source compared to the printed page. In other words, all you get is the same information (cast list, date of leap, etc.) you can get by watching the series.
Not a bad book, and recommended.
There is actually not much information in the book that I had not read before and a lot of the things in the book have been written before: read it in the official complete Quantum Leap book written in 1993 (which has btw very nice colour pictures and the advantage of a good writer and a very professional print). This book just seems to be an anthology of all things said and written before about Quantum Leap and the actors. And not a very well written anthology at that. Unless you have a need to own anything that's about Quantum Leap, I'd recommend buying the complete quantum leap book instead. I am just sorry I paid a price like this for the book.