4874Re: Has any one read the book version of broken bow?
- Jul 1, 2002--- In startrekbooks@y..., "voyagerbooks" <voyager.books@n...> wrote:
> Thanks for the info. do you know if its going to be out inJohn Ordover said there were no plans to release "Broken Bow" as a
> paperback .
paperback at the present time. It's not on next years schedule yet
either. But watch Amazon and other book stores for used or
discounted copies. I know my local Barnes & Noble puts hardbacks on
the discount table about 8 or 9 months after their initial release
and they are only about $5. (That's how I get my hardcovers!)
Myself I passed on "Broken Bow" as the story was written from the
first draft script so Diane Carey didn't really have anything to go
on as far as the characterizations. Also she said in an interview
that she wrote it in a rush, 3 days I believe, and she wasn't really
happy with how it came out. But on the other hand, novelizations
expand on the script so often they are excellent.
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