The Complete Unauthorized History
"Our buddy Bob wrote another book! I can't think of a better person to cover the history of the venerable science fiction franchise Star Trek than Robert Greenberger, himself a contributor to the universe, having authored novels and comics." - Johanna
"The author tends to seek out the more colourful or hidden facts. Sometimes that means geeky trivia; sometime it means juicy gossip - and he isn't under any pressure from above not to tarnish The Great Bird Of The Galaxy's halo. He's also more interested than an "official" historian might be in fandom - as you might expect, given that he was there at the very first Star Trek convention in 1972." - Ian Berriman
“Taking an expansive view of the "Star Trek" cosmos, the book combines an authoritative history of the 46-year-old franchise -- including all six television series and 11 feature films -- with anecdotes from fans. Graphic designer Mike Okuda and his wife, Denise, and astronauts Thomas D. Jones and Mario Runco Jr., are among the trekkies who share their memories, along with several of the show's writers and producers.” - Connecticut Post
"For fans of any of the Star Trek series…this is a splendid book to have in one’s collection.” - TrekToday.com
“With all five TV series now streaming on Netflix, and the latest movie due in May (2013), this is the perfect gift for indomitable Trekker – and the more casual fan” - Grand Rapids Press
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When Bob Greenberger came to the first "Star Trek" convention in New York City in 1972, he discovered that the universe of the sci-fi show went far beyond the bridge of the USS Enterprise. Now he's written a book about his favorite sci-fi show. Learn More.