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Title : Star Trek TNG : Q & A
Writers : Keith R. A. DeCandido
Year : 2007
Rating : 4.6667 for 3 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Pulpytine Rating : 5
Review : Fantastic book. It keeps the spirit of TNG and Q wonderfully and is enjoyable throughout. The story is exciting and is hard to put down. It is a culmination of all of Q's previous appearances to the Enterprise crew and explains a lot of why Q was so interested in the Enterprise crew, with Picard in particular. It also features appearances from other novel series (namely Titan) and some cameos from familiar races and their reactions to the happenings of this book. Again, it is a fantastic book and I strongly recommend reading it.
Reviewer : drakkillus darksunn Rating : 5
Review : Great story that captures Q's fascination with humanity and turns it into something more and something useful. The lines are great, one can hear John de Lancie speaking them as they are read!
Reviewer : Bryan Moore Rating : 4
Review : A frantic hop through alternate realties, some of the framing is reminiscent of the 1994 classic "Q Squared" though with tie ins to "All Good Things..." and Q's mission for Picard and all of humanity. It's fun and pretty light hearted, with some interesting action spliced in. Quick and painless read.
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