Delta Quadrant: The Unofficial Guide to Voyager

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Virgin Books Limited, 2000 - Star Trek television programs - 330 pages
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No one can avoid noticing the way Star Trek has gripped the imagination of more than one generation. From it a worldwide phenomenon of "Trekkies" has evolved. Voyager is the latest stage in the Star Trek chronicle, and it is hugely successful.

Delta Quadrant is unique, as it is the first Voyager episode guide to be published. This comprehensive book is the essential companion to every Star Trek Voyager viewer. It examines each episode in detail, explaining technical terms and drawing the reader's attention to puzzles inconsistencies. The highlights of each episode discussed and the author provides a commet that is authoritative and informed, yet simultnously witty and opinionated.

As a result of David's contacts, some of the not interesting (and not widely-available) which gives us a rare insider's perspective.

A "must" for every Star Trek fan.

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About the author (2000)

David McIntee is a freelance writer and journalist, living in England. Among his many titles are a dozen "Dr. Who" further adventures and a pair of acclaimed non-fiction titles. He loves movies, music, reading, model-making, and fighting with live steel.

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