The world of Star Trek

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Bluejay Books, May 1, 1984 - Fiction - 209 pages
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Presents accounts of the producer's original concept of and plans for the popular television series, the making and stars of its episodes, and the popular and continuing response elicited by it

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User Review  - lycomayflower - LibraryThing

I picked this up at our local used bookstore for something less than a dollar and didn't expect much from it beyond the usual behind the scenes stories, most of which I could probably tell myself at ... Read full review


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David Gerrold is the Nebula and Hugo Award-winning author of dozens of books for both adults and young adults. He began his career as the precocious author of the teleplay "The Trouble with Tribbles," broadcast on the original "Star Trek" series and voted the series's most popular episode of all time.
David lives with his son in Northridge, California. And while he admits he no longer believes his son truly is a Martian, in exasperating father-son moments - of which there are many - David believes he still acts like one.

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