The Trekker's Guide to Voyager

Hal Schuster
space opera, non-fiction
The Trekker's Guide to Voyager - Hal Schuster

In 1995, almost 30 years after the premier of the original Star Trek, Paramount Pictures aired a new Star Trek series. Star Trek: Voyager was the flagship of its new network, UPN, and the first Star Trek created without the input and guidance of the franchise's creator, Gene Roddenbery. In The Trekker's Guide to Voyager, you'll learn what goes on both behind and in front of the camera in the words of the people closest to the events.

Nowhere else will you find detailed biographies of the actors and production crew, complete character profiles, and in-depth specs on every alien in the Delta Quadrant. Learn exactly why Genevieve Bujold quit the role of Captain Janeway just 2 days after she began work on the show. Discover why Voyager is the fourth series (including Generations) in which Tim Russ appears. And just how far away is the Delta Quadrant, anyway? It's all here — and nowhere else.

Plus, The Trekker's Guide to Voyager features a special guide to the first two seasons of the show, along with a discussion of the oversights, inaccuracies, and outright blunders that mysteriously appear from time to time. Everything from confused camera angles to disappearing shoes to plot holes through which you could pilot a starship is covered in this comprehensive guide.

Totally uncensored, utterly fascinating, and intricately detailed, this book is the ultimate guide to Star Trek: Voyager.

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Release date: 1996
Genres: space opera, non-fiction
Tags: star trek
Updated: August 27, 2021