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Old August 20 2003, 03:23 PM   #30
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Re: Are there any canon books?

Posted by Defcon:
I couldnīt care less if books are canon or not. For me itīs more important that i enjoy the book when i read it, than that it fits into a certain continuity and is a official part of the Star Trek canon history. OK, itīs great if you get a great read and it doesnīt contradicts the novels you have read earlier or the TV-shows and movies, but for me the overall quality is far more imortant than if novels are canon or not.
Good for you. I don't feel that canonicity (Just for the record, I may have made that word up) should factor into deciding whether a story is good or not. It should keep true to characters and situations and abilities and the like, but that is not the same as being canon.
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