All Good Things...

All Good Things Seven years ago Captain Jean Luc Picard first faced the judgment of the Q Continuum a race of beings with God like powers over time and space who presumed to gauge humanity s fitness to exist in the

  • Title: All Good Things...
  • Author: Michael Jan Friedman Jonathan Frakes
  • ISBN: 9780743546256
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Audiobook
  • All Good Things...

    Seven years ago, Captain Jean Luc Picard first faced the judgment of the Q Continuum a race of beings with God like powers over time and space who presumed to gauge humanity s fitness to exist in the galaxy Seven years ago they suspended judgment, but now a decision has been reached The human race will be eliminated, not only in the present, but throughout time HumanSeven years ago, Captain Jean Luc Picard first faced the judgment of the Q Continuum a race of beings with God like powers over time and space who presumed to gauge humanity s fitness to exist in the galaxy Seven years ago they suspended judgment, but now a decision has been reached The human race will be eliminated, not only in the present, but throughout time Humanity will never have existed at all.The only chance to save mankind lies with Captain Picard An old enemy has granted him the power to revisit his life as it was seven years before, and to experience his life twenty five years in the future With the help of friendships that span time and space, Picard struggles to defeat the plans of the Q Continuum But even as he fights to save the human race from total extinction, he has been set up to be the unwitting agent of mankind s destruction.In an effort to save humanity, Picard must sacrifice himself and all those he commands and if their sacrifice fails all mankind is doomed.

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    1. Matty Smith

      Fun read! A little clunky when adding a scene here or there that felt like it was from an earlier draft of the script but still one of the best episodes of sci-fi tv ever.I did have a moment though in the future where the anomaly at first didn't exist but then 6 hours later did. If it's anti-time and growing as time goes backwards, it doesn't make sense that it was created and then started growing as time progressed vs. created and then growing as time went back even within the same time period. [...]

    2. Michael

      This book is based on the series finale of "Star Trek: The Next Generation", I listen to this as an audio-book by Jonathan Frakes (Commander Riker). This was one of my favorite episodes of TNG and I loved it as an audio-book, I would highly recommend it to anyone.

    3. Anna

      I remember having an obscene amount of feelings when I first saw this episode, and the book brought them all back. It was a beautiful last episode, doing something that few serialized shows manage to do: bring a measure of closure. As it was done, "Encounter at Farpoint" and "All Good Things" serve as bookends to a show that discusses humanity, morality, and poses fundamental and needed questions in a way that's entertaining and informative without being preachy or obnixious. To basically start [...]

    4. Katerina

      A true classic with an ending that has to be one of the best I've ever read AND watched. It is the true ending of Star Trek. Fuck the movies and everything they stand for.

    5. John Barclay

      A good time travel story with an increasingly maddened Picard working out the paradoxes of his situation. Unfortunately it's a Q story.

    6. Dale

      Published by Simon & Schuster Audio in 1994Read by Jonathan FrakesDuration: 2 hours, 55 minutes.AbridgedBased on a script by Ronald D. Moore and Brannon BragaAll Good Things is an abridged audiobook presentation of the novelization of the two hour series finale of Star Trek: The Next Generation. There is a lot of room there for errors to be made. Will the reader interpret the material well? Is the abridgment done well? Is the novelization of the script done well? That's a lot of steps betwee [...]

    7. Joey

      This was a very good adaptation of the final episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Admittedly, it had some strong source material to work with, but the details and descriptions it added, especially in the scenes that take place between the action, really fleshed the story out. Considering how much of a visual spectacle the original episode was I was surprised that it translated so well to book form, though part of that may be me bringing memories of those visual cues with me into it. Either [...]

    8. Ken

      Other than some vignettes that show us what other characters — Wesley Crusher, Dr. Pulaski, Lwaxanna Troi, Reginald Barclay — were doing during this episode, the novelization of "All Good Things…" doesn't add much to the television series. But it does handle the constant time-shifting eloquently, and it reminded me how long it's been since I've seen the show — far too many details seemed new to me.

    9. Vincent Darlage

      The best part was Jonathan Frake's Picard voice. The worst part was his Worf voice. The plot had the same difficulties that the episode had - yet another adventure most of the crew didn't remember, a plot where Q not only gave Picard the answer, but caused the problem to begin with. If Q hadn't meddled by giving Picard the power to travel time in the first place, the crisis wouldn't have happened.

    10. ⚜️Trea

      This book was a novelization of the final episode of the Next Generation television series. It is not that different from the actual television episode, but it does showcase some characters not actually mentioned in the episode. I really liked seeing those "extra scenes"! However, I was hoping for more than just a re-hash of the actual episode, and thus was slightly bored throughout it. For fans of the series, it is a good read every now and again, but nothing truly special.

    11. Marcello Gorla

      Devo dire che leggere il libro di questo episodio mi ha messo una certa allegria e amarezza allo stesso tempo. Si colgono tanti particolari che sullo schermo non vedi, proprio perch�� ti ci puoi soffermare e perch�� li puoi gustare in modo diverso.Riflessioni, battute, analogie, mi sono entrate dentro in un certo senso.E in inglese ha veramente un sapore.

    12. Karsyn

      In honor of 50 years of Star Trek, the last episode of TNG. :) Jonathan Frakes did well on audio, when he tried, he sounded a lot like Worf and some like Picard. He couldn't do a Geordi at all, but he did a spot on Riker. LMAO!!

    13. Robyn

      A truly decent novelization of a really great series finale (great in that it ends the chapter, but allows for further exploration). I got this when I was a kid and read it over and over. I hope to dig that battered paperback out of a box and reread it again.

    14. Corey

      With all the history nerdery and political wonkery I've been indulging in recently, I forgot that I was a huge Scifi nerd first! Someone really should have reminded me. This is a novelization of the series finale of TNG. I thought the episode could have been better, but it was still pretty epic.

    15. Michelle

      It was really interesting to read these wonderful characters rather than watch them but can't say it was the most thrilling read of my life. The story was brilliant and I won't spoil it by giving away the specifics but for me it lacked a little life.

    16. Daya Alexander

      Won't list all the star trek trade paperbacks here but this one is special if only for that it offers a conclusion of sorts. Edge of your seat good I thought.

    17. Lugosifan

      While I did read this too early (I'm barely starting the 4th season of TNG), I still thoroughly enjoyed the experience of reading this novel. :)

    18. Ding

      Ich habe das Buch vor etlichen Jahren schon mal auf deutsch gelesen. Leider bin ich nach dem Wiederlesen etwas enttäuscht, ich hatte es besser in Erinnerung.

    19. Colleen O'grady

      Great reading when I want to whip through something light, adventurous and get a bit of a laugh at the same time

    20. Autumn

      I love Q, plain and simple. This book was read to me by Riker. It felt like an old friend telling me a story about other friends that I have not been with in years. It's all good. :)

    21. Joy

      An adaptation of the final episode of Star Trek The Next Generation. It's not horrible. Not much is different from the episode.

    22. am Friesen

      this is a great review of the episode - the coloured pictures from the show in the middle of the book is a nice bonus

    23. David

      Fantastic rendition of the final episode of TNG. There were a lot of great additions from old cast members that did not make it into the final episode. AWESOME!!!

    24. Nicolas

      This novelization added more depth and context to an already great story. It was particularly nice to see some familiar characters cameo: Barclay, Pulaski, Wesley, and others.

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