I remember watching this episode a number of years ago, and I loved it. Q AND time travel, what a treat!!
This remains faithful to the original storyline, and Jonathan Frakes does an excellent job of reading it, including his quite accurate impersonations of Picard and Worf. Great stuff!!
The first movie venture for 'The Next Generation' crew, is also a great book. Deeper storyline, superb sound effects, and masterful narration. An excellent book, and yet another worthwhile addition to my collection.
The first time I watched this movie, many years ago, I loved it. That is still the case. The time travel episodes/movies of Star Trek have always fascinated me, and the books are no different.
This book is remarkably similar to the movie, and is yet another great addition to my collection :-)
Having this Dr Who adventure on VHS/DVD i found the teleplay noisy and the story some what disinteresting. But yet again i turn to audibles extensive library of Dr Who tv novelisations and wow i am captivated by the excellence pace of the piece, once again ably told by one time tv companion William Russell, who never seems to make the story dull. adding to his already reknown skill of character impersonation of the 1st doctor, his alien cfeatures are a sound to be believed. The whole story runs along nicely and at over 5hrs plus its advisable to take it in mangable chunks. 10/10.