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0965601617
Author:
Todd Allen Guenther
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Science Fiction
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Mastercom Data Center (August 1, 1998)
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Book by Guenther, Todd Allen.

Book by Guenther, Todd Allen. Series: Ships of the Star Fleet. It is a well-executed work loosely following the format of works such as "Jane's Fighting Ships" with extensive additions regarding the rationals and political processes involved in the development, construction, histories and records of the classes and individual vessels of the classes of Perimeter Action Ships (circa 2291) covered by the volume. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

by Todd Allen Guenther. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780965601610.

Loaded with detailed information - with complete coverage of the Arbiter and Akula sub-classes - this volume provides a thorough analysis of these TacFleet vessels, including:, dozens of detailed schematic drawings, historical and military perspective, class & individual ship logos, full-color systems drawings (weapons, life support, propulsion, et. , Thirteen full-color -" x 18" fold-out sheets with complete deck plans.

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Ships of the Star Fleet - Akyazi - Class Perimeter Action Ships. Ships of the Star Fleet: Akyazi-class perimeter action ships. 92. 9" x 12". Ships of the Star Fleet - Volume One. Todd Guenther.

The first volume included such vessels as the various subclasses of the Constitution-class heavy cruisers, the Knox-class and Surya-class frigates, various iterations of the Avenger-class heavy frigate and foldout diagrams of the Belknap-class strike cruiser. There was a revised version of the first volume published.

Akyazi class Destroyer - Ships of the Starfleet: 2414. exist-so much so that he and Todd Alan Guenther devoted an entire book to just those three (Ships of the Star Fleet-Akyazi Class Perimeter Action Ships). This has got to be one of the most controversial classes I’ve done. The history behind the class’ development as well as the overall astro-political picture which they laid out was so meticulously detailed, I was ready to consign Akyazi to that pile of classes. I wouldn’t bother touching with a 10 foot pole. I got back into the Vanguard novel series, did my own take on the Archer class Scout and began to do a bit of thinking.

Book by Guenther, Todd Allen
  • Mustard Forgotten
Todd Guenther (and Mastercomm DataCenter) are the undisputed experts on "Treknology". This book and it's companion volume: "Ships of the Star Fleet - Volume One", are the Gold Standard of this genre!!
  • Malien
yes! it is absolutely FANTASTIC!!!
  • lets go baby
For those who have a copy of Volume 1, Ships of the Star Fleet, covering most Star Fleet's capital ships (Cruisers & Frigates), Volume 2, this volume will be largely familiar in format and execution.

It is a well-executed work loosely following the format of works such as "Jane's Fighting Ships" with extensive additions regarding the rationals and political processes involved in the development, construction, histories and records of the classes and individual vessels of the classes of Perimeter Action Ships (circa 2290-91) covered by the volume.

I have both Volumes (1 & 2), and they have provided me with quite literally hundreds, if not thousands of hours of rapt enjoyment. I dearly wish that more volumes were available. As it is, I want dearly to buy a second copy of this one as well as Volume 1 (to replace my now somewhat dog-eared and damaged from years of being poured overe for hours at a time), if I can find another copy of Vol. 1.

I unhesitantly, heartily recommend this work for the library of any Star Trek (emphasis on the Kirk, Spock & company-era movies) enthusiast, especially if you (or they) are interested in the type & quality of information that allow you to absorb what's offered in the books and, at your heart's desire, extrapolate from what's already there into your own overview of what would be happening in the Star Trek: The Movies universe including such things as "how would I employ these assets in how I choose to intrepret the social, political and military environment in this era?"

What else can I say? It's a great book for those interested in this kind of information, including, of course (but not limited to) those who have Volume 1.

Bravo!

Craig A. Bassett
  • Bliss
Since checking this page, I now learn this book is a stand alone issue. How sad. If similar publications had been produced, I would have puchased the entire series. A brilliant idea, and extremely well presented. A serious must for anyone interested in Star Trek.
  • Runeterror
The books in this series really go into the nuts and bolts, almost reading like current military texts. It <is> non-canonical for those who care what Paramount thinks. I highly reccomend it. Also, please be advised that they have their own timeline, similar to, but not identical to Paramounts. It also ties in w/ the original Tech Manual. If anyone has a web address for the publisher, Mastercom Data Center, please post it or email me.
  • Malodora
This book is similar in every aspect to that of its predecessor, by the same author. As noted in my review of Vol. 1, this book has some contradictory information with Vol. 1. I am suprised to learn that these were the only two books in this series, which has a high quality factor.
  • Hellstaff
The website for Mastercom is:
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