Star Trek FAQ 2.0 (Unofficial and Unauthorized): Everything Left to Know About the Next Generation, the Movies and Beyond

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Rowman & Littlefield, Jun 1, 2013 - Performing Arts - 400 pages
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I liked this book more than the first Star Trek FAQ book, probably because I hadn't already read a lot of information about the story behind most of the movies or the formation of The Next Generation ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
Roddenberrys Successors
Star Trek III The Search for Spock
Creating The Next Generation
The Next Generation Season One 1987
Next Generation Directors
The Next Generation Season
Roddenberrys
The Next Generation Season Five
The Next Generation
Social Commentary and Recurring
The Next Generation Season
The Food and Beverages of Star Trek
The Quotable Next Generation
The Next Generation Season Seven
Star Trek Generations 1994

The Next Generation Season Three 1989
Guest Stars and Secondary Cast Members
Guest Stars and Secondary Cast Members
The Next Generation Season Four 1990
Guest Stars and Secondary Cast
The Academy Years
Star Trek Insurrection 1998
Star Trek Nemesis 2002
Patrick Stewarts Finest Moments
Brent Spiners Finest Moments
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About the author (2013)

Mark Clark (Mentor on the Lake, OH'), 'a 1988 graduate of the University of Louisville, is a film historian and the author of several books, including Star Trek FAQ: Everything Left to Know About the First Voyages of the Starship Enterprise, and has contributed essays and articles to numerous other books and magazines. He's a former film critic for the Louisville Courier-Journal and has also taught film history and genre theory for the Factory Digital Film Production Program at Douglas Education Center in Monessen, Pennsylvania.

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