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Space:1999 Year One Viewer's Guide September Th, The Moon Is Blasted Out Of Earth Orbit By A Massive Nuclear Explosion, Carrying Men And Women On Moon Base Alpha Into The Depths Of Space Encounters With Space Time Warps, Aliens Races And Other Worlds Would Soon Follow Now Comes This In Depth Viewer S Guide, Featuring Detailed Examinations And Analysis Of All Episodes Of The Classic Season One Of Space Produced And Created By Legendary Husband And Wife Team Gerry And Sylvia Anderson, Space Starred Martin Landau And Barbara Bain In One Of The Most Spectacular And Expensive Series Ever Broadcast Often Misunderstood By Critics, This Book Sets Out To Highlight The Many Strengths And Finer Qualities Of This Classic Series


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5 thoughts on “Space:1999 Year One Viewer's Guide

  1. says:

    There is a growing body of work on SPACE 1999, and this latest book by Adrian Sherlock is most welcome What makes this tome different from earlier works by Muir, Wood, Fageolle, Turdo, Liardet and others is the Australian perspective This perspective adds new and fresh insights into a television series that just gets and interesting with


  2. says:

    A well written and pleasant read concentrating on the stories of Year 1 of Gerry Anderson s epic series Space 1999 For the most part it s factually accurate, which pleases me no end as I hate badly researched books I would recommend this book highly.


  3. says:

    This is a good little book and well written Hopefully volume two is on the horizon It is only let down by s poor printing of the cover art but that has nothing to do with the author.


  4. says:

    I can only assume the other glowing reviews are from friends or family of the author as this is one of the worst, most utterly amateurish books I ve ever read, and is riddled with typos and spelling errors The reviews are shallow and amount to little than lengthy re caps of the episode plots Sorry, but there s nothing worthwhile here for fans of Space 1999, and this


  5. says:

    This is a must have for a fan of Space 1999 Very good read Highly recommend it.


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