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Star Trek: The Motion Picture. 1979 Star Trek: The Motion Picture
by Gene Roddenberry
based on a story outline by Alan Dean Foster
First Edition 1979
Simon & Schuster
New York
ISBN 0671253247
Hardback in dust jacket
Cover illustration by Bob Peak
252 pages
Price: $9.95

A Star Trek film novelization by Gene Roddenberry.

The original screenplay was based on a story outline by Alan Dean Foster.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the first printing of the 1979 Futura paperback edition, ISBN 0708817254. Cover illustration by Bob Peak.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
It came from an unexplored quarter of the galaxy.

It ignored all attempts to communicate with it.

And it annihilated all opposition with energy bolts of unimaginable ferocity.

Computer projections showed that it would enter the solar system in precisely three days.

The USS ENTERPRISE, refitting in dry dock, was the only craft that Starfleet Command could send to intercept the Cloud in time…

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