||I'll be honest, I don't remember much of this book, as I was 11 when it came out. David Marinaccio is a local guy and cousins with my friend's mother. When the book premiered in 1994 he did a book signing at the newly opened Barnes and Noble in town, and I was of course there (along with a few hundred people and a couple local news stations, suprisingly). I remember more about being an excited 11 year old who got to meet someone who wrote about Trek, than I was about the book. All and all, I remember this to be a sort of analysis how Trek reflected popular culture, history, and the like. We'll go *** on this, just a default score. I will dig this out of my attic soon and check this out again.