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Star Trek Log One

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Copyright © 1974 by Paramount Pictures Corporation
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Cir 01-May-1975
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The Series They Could Not Kill!

Good news for Star Trek fans: the series is back on the air!  The critically acclaimed animated series features all new stories on the starship Enterprise and its famous crew.

Ballentine proudly launches the STAR TREK LOG series, lively adaptations of the best episodes - now in paperback for the first time.

- Complete in this volume -
  • Beyond the Farthest Star
  • Yesteryear
  • One of Our Planets is Missing

"NBC's new animated Star Trek is... fascinating fare, written, produced and executed with all the imaginative skill, the intellectual flare and the literary level that made Gene Roddenberry's famous old science-fiction epic the most avidly followed program in TV history..."
- Cecil Smith
The Los Angeles Time
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 Alan Dean Foster
Birth: 18 Nov 1946 New York, New York, USA
Alan Dean Foster (1946 - ) was born in New York City but was raised in Los Angeles, California.  He received a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and a Masters of Fine Arts in Cinema from UCLA.  He worked for a while as a copywriter for a small advertising firm.  His writing career began in 1968 and when a letter of his was published as a short story in the bi-annual magazine The Arkham Collector.  His first novel, The Tar-Aiym Krang, was published by Ballantine Books in 1972.

Foster's work includes science fiction, fantasy, horror, mystery and western fiction.  He has also written novelizations of many films including Star Wars and Alien.

His novel Cyber Way won the Southwest Book Award for Fiction in 1990, the first time for a science fiction writing work.


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