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Title : Star Trek Chronology: The History of the Future
Writers : Denise Okuda, Michael Okuda
Year : 1993
Rating : 3.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Greg Janesch Rating : 3
Review : This compliments such books as the encyclopedia by listing everything in chronological order. They do need a new one, though; it's 12 years out of date.
Reviewer : ASR Rating : 4
Review : Where to start... With the total, utter and complete deterioration of any coherent timeline with the careless anachronisms of Enterprise, I often look at this book and sigh. A coherent, believable progression from Eugenics Wars to Warp Drive to Federation, a suggestion that early space travel was much different than life on a twenty-third or twenty-forth century starship- this is what the chronology offered. In every particular, the Chronology agrees with established (pre-Voyager) canon, and, more importantly, with the vision of Trek. I was against Enterprise because I knew that the creaters (B&B) were too lazy to follow this timeline, and most definitely too lazy to make up a better one.
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