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Roc Books, 208 pages

Contents:

Star Trek: The Next Generation -- Review and Commentary by Walter Irwin
Walking the Decks of the Real Enterprise by Sally Jerome
Children in Star Trek by Elizabeth Ann Osborne
Star Trek and the Miracle Myth by Joyce Tullock
The Final Frontier is the Human Heart by Mark Alfred
Falling Out of Standard Orbit by David Winfrey
The Disappearing Bum -- A Fun Look at Time Travels in Star Trek by Jeff Mason
Humanism in Star Trek -- An Alternative Approach by Ron Beshears
The Giant Star Trek Novel by Susan M. Steele
A Critique of Spock's World by Lou E. Mason
Star Trek's Third Season: A Worthwhile Mixture of Success and Failure by Gregory Herbek
All Vulcan in One Tightly Wrapped Package by Karla Taylor
Ask Not What Your Federation Can Do For You: Kirk as a Kennedy Figure by Judy Klass
Uniforms by Lieutenant David Crockett
The Empath by Tom Lalli

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Walking the deck of the real Enterprise
Falling out of standard orbit
All Vulcan in one tightly wrapped package
Ask not what your Federation can do for you...

Star Trek, the original TV show, the motion pictures, the new series -- for over two decades the ideas, dreams, and imaginative vision of this media phenomenon have captured an ever-growing audience of all ages and backgrounds. Each volume in this ongoing series created by and for Star Trek fans by Walter Irwin, G.B. Love, and their fellow enthusiasts, has continued to uncover fascinating new facets of the constantly expanding Trek universe. This latest collection returns to these irresistible realms where, with the aid of the experts, you'll learn more about the inner workings of Star Trek: The Next Generation... investigate some intriguing leads on Data's true origins and purpose... find out what really makes the Enterprise fly... and have a front row view of all your favorite stars, episodes, and films in -- The Best of Trek 16

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