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Star Trek: The Original Series 365 Hardcover – Sep 1 2010
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About the Author
Paula M. Block spent 19 years as publishing director for Paramount Pictures and CBS, and with Terry J. Erdmann, has written numerous books about the entertainment industry, including Star Trek 101, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, and Star Trek: Action!. They live in Oregon.
Dorothy “D. C.” Fontana served as writer and story editor for many beloved episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series. She was instrumental in the development of Star Trek: The Next Generation. She lives in California.
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I did find it a little tricky to pinpoint a particular episode in the book when desired, as they are not specifically itemized and there is no ToC in the front to guide you to a page number. That is my only quibble though.
Pics are great and the trivia is very revealing. I love the Star Trek Original Series as I grew up with it in the "60s so a must have for me.
In regards to the photos there are a few genuinely rare shots that I'm not at all familiar with seeing before. But that's it. Most everything else I'd already seen displayed somewhere else before.
The title Star Trek 365 has no more import than there are 365 pages covering the original series and some background info related to the show or the fandom it spawned. Actually there are more than 365 pages if you count the index pages.
Candidly I'm still critical of the book's format in that there is a lot of wasted page space in using this unusually sized, chunky format. I still think they would have done better to have used a more familiar trade size hardcover.
Overall I think previous publications have covered this materiel better even if they didn't have some of the nice pictures included here.
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