Frak You!: The Ultimate Unauthorized Guide to Battlestar Galactica

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ECW Press, 2007 - 400 pages
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Spanning the life of the series'from the1970s original, through theinternet "webisodes," andup tothe end of thecurrent series' third season'this guideis the ultimate resource forBattlestar Galactica. Featuring an interview with producer Ron Moore a

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Jo Storm is an author who lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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