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Despite Lwaxana Troi's romantic overtures toward the captain, the celebration seems to go smoothly until the situation is further complicated by the arrival of the notorious and all powerful being called Q, who has come to examine and challenge the human concept of love. The festivities are thrown into turmoil, the powerful Tizarin families are on the verge of war, and Lwaxana Troi is determined to teach Q a lesson in love that he will never forget.
If you're a fan of Q and Lwaxana Troi, then this book is a dream come true. Reads just like an episode. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carla Cipolloni
It's been awhile since I read this, and seeing it here on Amazon reminds me that I'm past due for unpacking it for a fun and refreshing reread. This is one of my favorites. Read morePublished 6 months ago by bookiewookie
This is the funniest Star Trek book I have read! Q getting a whipping from Laxwana Troi? A wedding goes terribly wrong? Read morePublished 10 months ago by karbon15
This book was full of typos, errors, repeated sentences, misspelled words, misspelled character's name, incomplete sentences and more. It is not entertainig nor isitt funny. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Michael E. Smith
This is one of my very favorite Star Trek novels! It is a hilarious story about Q investigating and experimenting with the concept of love. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Victoria Goldy-Rhodes
John de Lancie ("Q") and Majel Barrett Roddenberry ("Luwaxanna Troi") prove their immense talent by perfectly voicing the entire Next Generation cast in one of the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Pistol O'Cannon
The Star Trek expanded universe is like a large sandbox. There's room for everyone to play and the sky's the limit as to what kinds of stories can be told. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Daniel Estes