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  • Geoff Willmetts
    Hello Jack Weverka s done the range of novelisations, including just sorting out The Sting purely as a screenplay in book format. Padding out the characters
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      Hello Jack
      Weverka's done the range of novelisations, including just sorting out 'The
      Sting' purely as a screenplay in book format. Padding out the characters and
      adding a bit more depth to their motivation makes sense. The overall gist of
      the plot at the end was that the moonrock was fragmented wasn't lost.

      In the UK, a lot of novelisations consisted of 2 or 3 stories from the TV
      series. I can't speak for all US releases but that held true there was well,
      although novels based on the characters were more prevalent long before Trek
      came along. Look at UNCLE, I Spy and Mission: Impossible.
      If Weverka's brief was to work with only one story then he had to do
      something or he'd only have had a 40 page story on his hands.

      Geoff




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