Star Trek: All Good Things - Michael Jan Friedman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0671500147 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Michael Jan Friedman / Hardcover / 248 Pages / Book is published 1994-12-01 by Simon & Schuster
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by - written on 08/03/09 (Useful, 12 readings)
Star Trek.- All Good Things. ===================== Q is back! And this time he is gunning for Captain Picard. He will use all of his omnipotence to trick, beguile and confuse the Captain in order to win his deadly game. Q has decided that he was too lenient seven years ago when he allowed the crew, captain and human race to continue existing, now he is going to prove to Jon Luke that he is right in killing off humanity. Picard struggles to hold on to his sanity as he passes through 3 time zones skipping faster and faster whilst trying to solve a devilish puzzle set by Q. can he solve the backwards conundrum before time explodes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/08, updated on 12/07/08 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Star Trek. All Good Things...., Author - Michael Jan Friedman. Introduction - ~~~~~~~~ The book starts cleverly enough with 'Q' watching a couple walking along a beach, whilst he plots new torments for Captain Picard. A few pages later it is revealed that the couple are in fact Deanna and Worf and that they are in a holosuite. Q is already aboard the Enterprise! Synopsis - ~~~~~~ Seven years ago Q allowed humans to exist but told Picard at the time 'he would be watching'. 'Q', that being who believes himself above all other creatures in the universe. Believes that the universe or multiverse ... Read the complete review
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