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The New Trek Programme Guide: The Next Generation & Early Deep Space Nine Episode by Episode

Paul Cornell, Martin Day, Keith Topping

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Prose: non-fiction, Science fiction

The classic unauthorised guide to the STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION and the first years of DEEP SPACE NINE, now available again in its original edition!

STAR TREK is one of the world's most popular and enduring science fiction franchises, spanning decades' worth of TV, film, comics, books and more. This book - originally published just as DEEP SPACE NINE was first being produced - analyses the rebirth and renaissance of the series in the nineteen eighties and nineties.

Along with masses of factual information - plot synopses, cast and crew and, uniquely, British transmission dates - this Programme Guide casts a gently critical eye over the series' continuity (and lack of it) and lingers over the moments of humour (intentional and otherwise).

In sum, this is a light-hearted, detailed and affectionate overview of the revitalised version of the classic STAR TREK. Please note that it has not been updated since its original publication.

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Paul Cornell

Paul Cornell is a writer of SF and fantasy in prose, comics and television, one of only two people to be Hugo Award-nominated for all three media. He wrote three episodes of Doctor Who for the BBC, Batman & Robin and Superman in Action Comics for DC, and a mature readers series at Vertigo called Saucer Country. His first urban fantasy novel, London Falling, about a modern undercover police unit in London accidentally becoming able to see dark magic and monsters, was published in 2012. He lives near London, and his other interests include cricket, all things Fortean, and hisnewborn son Thomas.

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