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Voyages of Imagination: The Star Trek Fiction Companion (2006)

by Jeff Ayers

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If you collect Trek novels, this is a wonderful reference resource. ( )
  SF_fan_mae | Feb 20, 2016 |
A thorough (as of publication) listing and critiquing of the Star Trek fiction. The book is massive because the body of work connected with the franchise is massive. Just the sort of reference book I love to browse and highlight! ( )
2 vote MerryMary | Mar 11, 2009 |
http://www.starbaseandromeda.com/Reviews/2007reviews.html#VoyagesofImagination

I also reviewed this one for my local library -- here's the link and the full text: This book is a massive trade-paperback volume that chronicles all of the professionally published Star Trek fiction from the very earliest novels (put out in the late 1960s) through 2004. Each book gets its own page, with a detailed plot description, and often interviews with the author, who recollects the experience of writing in the Star Trek universe. The depth of information here is impressive, but this book will primarily appeal to Star Trek collectors and Trek fans who are completists or continuity buffs. The behind-the-scenes interviews or author commentaries are priceless. A lot of readers probably look down on media tie-in novels as substandard, but you'll be astonished to see how many respected and established authors have contributed to make the pantheon of Star Trek fiction fairly high-class. Authors such as Greg Bear, Lee Correy, James Blish, Diane Duane, Vonda McIntyre and many more have gone on to become award-winning authors in the genre field -- some of these got their starts writing Star Trek novels, and some did Star Trek out of a love for the source material. Personally, I own a copy of this one, and take it with me to conventions, trying to collect as many signatures in it as possible. I consider this an absolutely essential reference work for Star Trek fiction fans!

http://www.lincolnlibraries.org/depts/bookguide/srec/staffrec11-10.htm ( )
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This book is dedicated to my wife, Terry. Having a book published has always been a dream of mine, but with her by my side, I live a dream every day.
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Welcome to the first comprehensive guide to the 40 year history of Star Trek fiction, including the earliest books published in the 1960s & 1970s. Filled with black & white cover art, summaries of the books, a chronological listing & interviews with authors & editors, this is a must for all Star Trek fans.… (more)

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