The mischievous creature who calls himself Q has subjected Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Starship Enterprise to many of their strangest experiences. But little had been known of Q's curious existence or that of the advanced dimension from which he comes. But now Picard knows more than he ever dreamed about an ancient conflict whose consequences might spell the doom of the entire galaxy. The galactic barrier has fallen and Q's oldest enemy is free once more. Captain Picard and his crew find themselves in the middle of a cosmic war between vastly powerful entities. The future of the Federation may be at stake, but how can mere mortals turn the tide in such a superhuman battle? Picard has to find a way, or neither the Q Continuum note the galaxy will survive.
Well, being a long-time Trekkie (TNG is my favorite), I was quite disappointed with this book. Liked the premise, liked the characters, did not like the execution. Read morePublished on Sept. 13 2003 by Allen E. Stern
After starting well in book one, and then slowly down to a crawl in book two,book three lets loose with some of the best story telling in the book series! Read morePublished on Aug. 15 2001 by Brian Reaves
The third book in the Q-Continuum trilogy is positively the worst.
It's boring and incredibly predictable, packed with pointless scenes that don't help the story progress one... Read more
In this conclusion of this incredible trilogy ends with anoutstanding climax. After the destruction of the Tkon Empire, leadsthe first Q Continuum war, which Q is torn to whose... Read morePublished on June 16 2000 by Mel Orr
While I like an occasional StarTrek novel, this one reads like a waste of time, and not only because I can't quite get into suspension of disbelief where humandoids normally... Read morePublished on Jan. 29 2000 by Thorn
How frustrating to pay for 3 books to get a story that really isn't worth a single book. Definitely agree with the others that this was too drawn out. Read morePublished on Nov. 17 1999 by Mary Jo
I was expecting a lot from this trilogy, but I found the story stretched beyond measure to fill up 3 books, the characterization very flawed (how could Mrs Q not realize that her... Read morePublished on Sept. 15 1999
Aparently Cox decided he had explain every undefined mystery in the star trek universe! From the dinos, to the barier on the inner and outer part of the galaxy, to why Q hangs... Read morePublished on July 25 1999