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Title : Star Charts: The Complete Atlas of Star Trek
Writers : Geoffrey Mandel
Year : 2002
Rating : 3.6667 for 3 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Bryan Moore Rating : 5
Review : INCREDIBLE! While some of it falls out of canon via various errors (as pointed out by Graham in his review), this book has fascinated me for the last 2 and a half years. At least once a week I look at it and just smile as it seems to make the world of Star Trek that much more real. While not flawless (I wish it went into more detail on some planets, etc), it puts everything into a neat little package. I've always found myself fascinated by maps (used to shoot darts at various US and Connecticut maps as a kid), love the google.com satellite map functions, etc,..) and to see something like this charted is just a great little treasure for me. Makes the travels of the various ships seem amazingly significant yet at the same time small, which alone makes this my favorite book Trek has out there!
Reviewer : ktasay Rating : 5
Review : Excellent reference! Although not perfect in placement of some stars, it is without doubt the best to date. Planet classes and galactic coordinate descriptions alone make it a good resource to have.
Reviewer : Y16bGD1HOBh Rating : 1
Review : Rating I needed this book so much. I have read other books on Network Marketing but it's clear that the atouhr has built a business from the ground up and now I believe I can too. I wanted a book filled with nuts and bolts. I refer to the book every day. Thank you Jan Ruhe for writing this book.
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