Coaster books

Tuesday, September 4, 2001 7:28 AM
When is there going to be a Sequal to that roller coaster book my David Bennet? (I think that was his name?) That was a really good book with the Pictures and Descriptions in all. I can't wait to see coasters like Medusa, Deja Vu, Riddler, Millenium Force, SOB, Roar, Nitro, Super Man ride of steel, Alpengeist, and Chang In that book soon!
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Tuesday, September 4, 2001 7:42 AM
I have wondered the same thing. I am sure you can find how to locate David Bennett some how on the inside cover of the book. Whether it be snail mail or email.
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Tuesday, September 4, 2001 8:40 AM
The American Roller Coaster was a better book i think, its from 2000 so its a little newer, i found it on amazon. But i do agree we need another new one! I have a whole pile of coaster books already
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Tuesday, September 4, 2001 10:10 AM
That book by David Bennet was a good book with some great pictures, but there were so many friggin errors in it!  They said that Ultra Twister at SFAW came from a company named TOGA...not TOGO!  LOL.  Also, they show a picture of DLP's Space Mountain and say that it's the Space Mountain in California!  They look NOTHING alike!  Look closely through the book and you will find a TON of errors!

Anyway, yes, I think we need a new book.

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Gone, a sense of confidence, I'm convinced that there's just too much pressure to take! - Linkin Park, Crawling

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Tuesday, September 4, 2001 10:11 AM
I haven't found a bad coaster book yet. Sure, there are some errors, but all books like that tend to have a few. I love the pictures and details, and it's great to learn a little bit more each time.

What I'd really love to see is a series of coaster books on just one type of coaster: inverted, suspended, stand-up, racing, dueling, etc. The book would include history, lists/stats of current coasters in that category, stuff like that. Ah, well, I'd better get writing! :)

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