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  • trevor thurlow
    You should also remember that How Much... was hitting bookstore shelves in August/September 1987, so the author was only working with what had been released
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      You should also remember that 'How Much...' was hitting bookstore shelves in August/September 1987, so the author was only working with what had been released on TV on TOS and in Star Trek's 1-4 at the theaters.

      Trevor


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      > Date: Sun, 1 Jun 2008 08:57:20 +0000
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      > Subject: [Star Trek Books] Digest Number 2401
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      > 1b. Re: Funny, funny book!
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      > 1a. Re: Funny, funny book!
      > Posted by: "Estaban Maturin" the_black_fleet@... the_black_fleet
      > Date: Sat May 31, 2008 5:16 am ((PDT))
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      > I don't think they nailed the Klingons quite right, since on finding out about "plan C" a proper Klingon would have laid waste to the entire plant. But it was a 'light and fluffy' book rather then a dark and grim type. So I found it entertaining in the contrast to the other books I was reading at the time.
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      > I also read Dean Koontz mostly for the fact that he will throw some kind of absurd in the middle of suspenseful bit just to throw you off.
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      > I read some really dark stuff, so sometimes I just want the light, that was one that after reading it, I had to go out and buy it.
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      > 1b. Re: Funny, funny book!
      > Posted by: "Ian McFarlane" mackiedoo@... mcfari
      > Date: Sat May 31, 2008 6:23 am ((PDT))
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      > True dat! :-)
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      >> I too love Monty Python to death. Just not that
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      > Is it even possible to dislike Monty Python?
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