Cadet Qaylan Furlong's father was killed by the Borg in the battle of Wolf 359. Now, 10 years later, the Borg are attacking again, and Starfleet won't allow Cadet Furlong to stay aboard the Starship Cheyenne to avenge his father's death - but Q will. He'll do better than that, in fact, taking the cadet back in time and putting him on the same ship as his father to give Qaylan a chance to save him - and the entire Federation - on a mission of extreme danger, difficult choices, and suprising results.
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Everything changes. Everything is connected. Pay attention.
Going from a multidimensional, interactive game into a linear story requires finesse. But not here.
"Star Trek: Borg"
I got this because I use to have the roll playing game to it and never could complete it, kept getting killed, and I think Q got fed up with me.
So it was nice to see how it should have been played, and how may of ended
As the title says, this is superb. Anyone familiar with Star Trek, will know just how fascinating encounters with Q can be, add The Borg, and throw in some messing about with the time space continuum, and you have a real recipe for success.
John De Lancey adds his usual brand of Q sarcastic humour, which not only makes you smile, but also adds to the storyline. Speaking of the storyline............excellent stuff, with some surprising twists and turns.
A must buy for any Star Trek fan!!
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