inner workings of the universe's most famous starship - the
USS Enterprise NCC 1701A - are now collected in one book,
aided by the log books of Chief Engineer Montgomery 'Scotty'
Dear. What could have been a rather fun book is sadly way
off the mark. Mr Scott's Guide to the Enterprise was
first published in 1987. Now I don't know what, if anything,
has been updated in this reprint, but it still looks very
much like a cheap 1980's book.
reprints of all of the black and white photographs used is
appalling - and I mean really, really bad. First off they
are too dark and secondly they look like someone has run off
copies on a photocopier.
there is the content - not humorous enough to be appealing
to anyone but anoraks! And why on earth is there two pages
devoted to typefaces?
whole book looks like an amateur put it together in a weekend.
I was astounded that Titan Books let this one on the shelves
with their name plastered all over it.
to see this in the "3 for £5" bin in your
local remainder bookstore soon.
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