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A bit of a mess up with the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection Issue 64.The volume has reprinted all the wrong material instead of issues 27 to 32 of DC Star Trek: TOS volume 1 its reprinted 27-31 of DC Star Trek: TOS volume 2.
Never have I came across one of these graphic novel that reprints all the wrong material !
Unexpected charity shop find recently, which has now been read...
John M Ford's "How much for just the planet?" I remember it being good - fortunately it still holds up really well. After all, how can one not love a book which has the audacity to turn itself into a Gilbert and Sullivan musical for its entire middle section(yes, a prose musical. It is as absurd a thing as it sounds.), riffs on Sword-and-Planet adventure tropes, classic Hollywood thrillers and has Captain Kirk as a central part of a good old-fashioned "exit stage left" farce with a Klingon Captain...all in the same story about the Klingons and Federation competing over a planet stuffed fill of more dilithium than anyone has ever seen in one place...
As far removed as you can get from Ford's other notable Star Trek contribution - "The Final Reflection" - it is, in my opinion, some of the best outright comedy done with Star Trek. Well worth a read if you get the chance.
It does indeed end with a glorious, glorious pie/trifle/other desert fight. A great ending to a fantastic story. Not read The Three-Minute Universe. It was one I always saw the cover of in things but never actually had access to.
I think my most re-read would probably be Dreadnaught! or Vendetta. With it being even honours as to which would take the crown really.