Franchise: Star Trek: The Original Series
Storyline: Memorial Books
Paperback Page Count: 286 Add to My Collection
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Bjo Trimble’s On The Good Ship Enterprise is a remarkable behind-the-scenes account of Star Trek taken from the viewpoint of a fifteen year veteran fan. Not only does it ranges from Bjo’s relationship with the actors in the Star Trek set to her experiences in the Orient with Japanese Trek fans, the book will also acquaint you with her personal views and lifestyle both in and out of fandom. It is filled with many heartwarming anecdotes–many are guaranteed to make you laugh–and there are plenty of rare photos and humorous cartoons drawn by artist Scott Hill (Hill’s rendition of Spock and his kow-towing female worshippers which precides the chapter “Spock Appeal”, is a real classic.) Because it covers a fifteen year history, the oversized condensed paperback is very intense reading and must be taken in periodic “doses” to fully appreciate it.