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Science Fiction Bonanno Margaret Wander: Star Trek - TOS - Music of the Spheres. IMP. v2.5 2007-10-16
#1  JSWolf 09-22-2007, 10:47 PM
Yes folks we do indeed have a Star Trek book.

Margaret Wander Bonanno is the author credited with the Star Trek book Probe. What happened was her book Music of the Spheres was taken and re-written and only 7% of the original book remains. On Margaret is giving away the original copy of the book. And yes it is OK to post it on MobileRead. This is a one of a kind posting. So get it while you can for all you TREKKIES!

Music of the Spheres is the sequel the movie Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.

Version 2.0 is direct from the author's Word document. I've cleaned up the formatting, added in the cover image and made the ToC. The author has seen the new version and loves it.

Here is the very first version ever to be posted in IMP format.

Version 2.0 was viewed 29 times.
Version 2.1 was viewed 12 times
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#2  Liviu_5 09-23-2007, 10:57 AM
Here is how a page looks on the previewer.
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#3  JSWolf 09-23-2007, 10:23 PM
But how does it look on the actual reader?
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#4  Liviu_5 09-24-2007, 09:07 AM
Quote JSWolf
But how does it look on the actual reader?
Identical except that there is no right margin , the book is slightly bigger in dimensions and Ebk1150 has a greenish tint.

But pagination, formatting, the shape/size of words (so you can count how many words are on each page for example) - everything is identical.

This book here looks very, very well both on the previewer and Ebk1150.

It's hard to take an accurate picture of the reader to post (with flash - you get reflection, without it's dark), so the best way to see how it looks is with the previewer since that one I can snag and post.
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#5  JSWolf 09-26-2007, 10:48 AM
New version 2.1. I've fixed some typos, emdashes, quotes, and apostrophes.
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#6  JSWolf 10-16-2007, 05:36 PM
I have finished reading Music of the Spheres and have created the final version. I have fixed all the typos I have found, all the em/en dashes and any other formatting that needed fixing. Enjoy version 2.5!
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#7  JSWolf 04-10-2021, 04:53 PM
According to Michael Okuda on Facebook, the Vulcanesque author has passed beyond the Rim.

We have learned that acclaimed Star Trek novelist Margaret Wander Bonanno has passed away unexpectedly of natural causes, according to her family. Bonanno was widely recognized in the Star Trek community for such Vulcan-centric books as Strangers of the Sky and Catalyst of Sorrows. A longtime friend noted that Bonnano “loved nothing more than writing Vulcans.” Her non-Star Trek works included her 1980 mainstream novel, Ember Days, and Saturn’s Child, a science fiction story she co-wrote with Nichelle Nichols in 1995. Margaret Wander Bonanno, who was born in New York and was living in Los Angeles at the time of her death, was 71.
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