The Q Continuum (Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Q Continuum #1-3)
The unpredictable cosmic entity known only as Q has plagued Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Starship Enterprise™ since their very first voyage together. But little was known of Q's mysterious past or of the unearthly realm from which he hails.
A brilliant scientist may have found a way to breach the energy barrier surrounding the Milky Way galaxy,...more
I felt like this trilogy could have had a lot more incredible, omnipotent plot detail as opposed to the "potential" character detail. In Q-Space and for about 2/3's of Q-Zone, I found myself drifting in the vacuum of my own mind while reading about the mystery behind the Galactic Barrier. While the reader is allowed two mai ...more
As one book, this would have made a decent story, as a trilogy it drags so much that you lose interest and find yourself skimming because you see where most of its going and just want to get there.
I'm a big Trek fan, a bigger Q fan and really look forward to books featuring him, as there are no budget restraints and writers can go big and cosmic.
Plus, Greg Cox makes good use of Trek history and is a solid write ...more
When an obsessive Betazoid scientist discovers a way to breach the Great Barrier, Q shows up and at first tries to bully Picard into backing down. Picard, however, refuses to be bullied -- so in an effort to persuade him, Q takes Picard on a journey through time that includes, among ...more
It did get interesting when the Q started fighting 0 and his band, but that only lasted a chapter.