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Reviewer : Pulpytine
Ave Rating : 5.0000 for 2 reviews
Title : Q-Squared Rating : 5
Writers : Peter David Year : 1994
Review : Very, very, very, very, very good book. It mixes 3 timelines: Timeline "A" Yr:2363- Where Picard was charged in the loss of the Stargazer and demoted to Cmdr, Jack Crusher is still alive, and Crusher and Beverly Howard married, but divorced after Wesley's death; "B" Yr:2370- The timeline as we know it; and "C" Yr:2367, continues timeline formed in "Yesterday's Enterprise". Very good and well put together.
Title : Star Trek TNG : Q & A Rating : 5
Writers : Keith R. A. DeCandido Year : 2007
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.

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