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Old 04-21-2012, 12:31 PM
I-Am-Zim I-Am-Zim is offline
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I think you would actually enjoy the novel version of the Star Trek movie, as it was written by Alan Dean Foster, and he does some awesome movie tie-ins.
I may try to read it some day. I know I will enjoy it if there is a more in-depth "technobabble" explanation that shows the branched-off universe and assures me that the "real" Trek universe is still intact. I guess I'll have to read it and find out

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What was an interesting reversal was that for Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Alan Dean Foster wrote the story for the movie, and Gene Roddenberry wrote the novelized version.
Interesting. I started reading GR's TMP novel a while back, but never finished. I didn't care for his writing style and some of the ideas hinted at in the novel (new humans, among others) didn't sit well with me. What the heck is a "love instructor" anyhow? I think the prologue said Kirk was named after his mother's first love instructor. I should have stopped there...

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