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Publisher: Pioneer Books
Editor(s): James Van Hise
Published: June 1994
Pages: 190
Reference(s): ISBN 1556983301

Deep Space Nine: A Celebration (also called The Deep Space Celebration, Deep Space: A Celebration, and The Deep Space Nine Celebration in various places throughout the work)

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On the heels of Deep Space Nine's first season, Pioneer books is proud to present The Deep Space Nine Celebration.
Chronicling everything from behind-the-scenes details to characters and storylines, The Deep Space Nine Celebration explores all the nooks and crannies of this third Star Trek series, including:
  • The mysterious origins of Odo, the shape changer
  • An extensive examination of the first episode, "Duet" as well as its inspiration, The Man in the Glass Booth
  • Discussions of the religious and political structures surrounding Deep Space Nine
and much more.
Offering a unique combination of interviews, profiles and critical articles, James Van Hise and his collaborators have assembled a wealth of data and observations about the world's most popular science fiction television universe.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine attempted the impossible: catching lightning in a bottle a third time. It has succeeded, and The Deep Space Nine Celebration reveals why.

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