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!
blowing superman the ride of steel up into pieces
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.
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

*** This post was edited by CoasterKrayzie on 9/4/2001. ***

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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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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