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Mr Spocks Little Book of Mindfulness

How to Survive in an Illogical World (Star

Glenn Dakin

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Eaglemoss Publications Ltd
15 January 2021
Film, TV & Radio; Science fiction; Media Reference; Other Film, TV & Media; Sci-Fi Reference; Aliens; Star Trek Reference; Star Trek; Abbey's Double Rewards; Nexus - Media
Series: Star Trek
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Essays on focus, computers, social media, love, family, self-acceptance and more.

Filled with actual quotes from Mr. Spock and Star Trek characters, along with black & white illustrations. Includes source listing from TV episodes.
By:   Glenn Dakin
Imprint:   Eaglemoss Publications Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 297mm,  Width: 216mm, 
Weight:   567g
ISBN:   9781858759531
ISBN 10:   1858759536
Series:   Star Trek
Pages:   112
Publication Date:   15 January 2021
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Glenn Dakin is a cartoonist and writer. He is the author of the Candle Man book series, and has contributed to a number of British comics including Escape and Deadline and was part of the British small press comics scene in the 1980s. His main creations are Temptation and the semi-autobiographical strip Abe. Glenn and the Hero Collector creative team are based in London, England.

Reviews for Mr Spocks Little Book of Mindfulness: How to Survive in an Illogical World (Star

From the inside cover This book is a light-hearted exploration of the wisdom of Mr. Spock from the STAR TREK TV show and is not intended as a serious guide to mindfulness. Unless you are half-Vulcan already, it will not enable you to overcome your emotional side, any more than it will teach you how to perform the Vulcan nerve pinch or mind-meld with a rock creature. As a look at human life from an alien point of view it may serve as a mildly helpful and occasionally amusing perspective. To expect to achieve true enlightenment from a book of TV quotes and cartoons is not logical.

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