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Star Trek Giveaway - Win Star Trek The Classic Episodes Book Worth £40

Star Trek The Classic Episodes
Celebrate 50 Years of Star Trek with the adapted tales of The Original Series in this amazing competition.

To celebrate Star Trek's 50th anniversary, The Bearded Trio are giving you a chance at winning a copy of Star Trek: The Classic Episodes by James Blish and J. A. Lawrence.

The book includes: 'Amok Time', 'The Doomsday Machine', 'The Trouble with Tribbles' and Hugo Award winners, 'The City on the Edge of Forever' and 'The Menagerie'. Brought together in a beautiful leather bound jacket with silver gilt edging this is a perfect gift for any fan of Star Trek’s Original Series.

Between 1966 and 1969, Star Trek travelled boldly through outer space and into the heart of matters that defined the human condition. This anthology collects 45 classic episodes that aired in the series' first three seasons and has been adapted by James Blish and J. A. Lawrence from scripts by Robert Bloch, Harlan Ellison, Richard Matheson and other leading science fiction writers.

Star Trek The Classic Episodes

The book would be a worthy and beautiful addition to any Trekker's collection and is currently worth £40 on Amazon.

To be in with a chance at winning Star Trek The Classic Episodes, all you have to do is answer this question:

Mr Spock is half human and half what?

A - Vulcan
B - Romulan
C - Ferengi

To enter either tweet the answer to @thebeardedtrio or on our Facebook page.  Closing date for entering is Sunday 7th August 12pm GMT.  We will choose a winner at random and notify the winner where we will ask for a mailing address.  No alternative prize can be given.

Good luck.

Information on the book:

Title - Star Trek: The Classic Episodes
Author - Adapted by James Blish and J. A. Lawrence
ISBN - 9780385365246
Publisher - Barnes&Noble
Amazon Link - UK 
Amazon Link - US

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