Two powerful rival families of the spacefaring merchant race called the Tizarin are to be joined through marriage, and the U.S.S. Enterprise is chosen as the site for the wedding. Captain Picard is pleased by the happy duty, but his pleasure is cut short by the arrival of the Federation delegate... show more
Two powerful rival families of the spacefaring merchant race called the Tizarin are to be joined through marriage, and the U.S.S. Enterprise is chosen as the site for the wedding. Captain Picard is pleased by the happy duty, but his pleasure is cut short by the arrival of the Federation delegate from Betazed, Lwaxana Troi, the mother of ship's counsellor, Deanna Troi. 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.
Publish date: October 1st 1991
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 252
Edition language: English
Series: Star Trek: The Next Generation 4 (#18)
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. However, we have the added bonus of having Lwaxana Troi in the mix. It makes for a very amusing and entertaining read! I was also able to listen to the audi...
http://boldlyread.tumblr.com/post/54061550768/q-in-lawYou should not read this book.Despite the plot being ok, the action being pretty good, and Lwaxana and Q being nearly spot-on, there are so many problems with the writing that I couldn't go 15 minutes without groaning at something horrible.Crimes...
Excellent Peter David novel in the TNG series. Q gets involved in marital relations between some warring races, and with Deanna Troi's mother. Good characterization and a good bit of fun ... this is NOT a dark tale like "Encounter at Farpoint".
I don't usually read tie-in novels, but this had Q and Lwaxana Troi, two of my favorite Trek characters, so I had to pick it up. In short, it's a romp, and probably better recommended to die-hard fans.
I read this book, not because I'm a Star Trek fan, but rather because I'm a Peter David fan. Despite my having a very limited knowledge of Star Trek and its characters, I never had any trouble following what was going on or remaining invested in the characters. Admittedly, there's not a lot of gra...