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I love both the Original and the Sequel, and to be honest...the person who advised against it can't even spell the title right so how should we trust that this person even can read any of the other Sci-Fi books out there. They are out there...I just don't enjoy them as much as the Star Trek and Star Wars universes. 9 out of 10 for me
I heard the fist one some time ago I got it on tape from a dicount shop, and it was a good buy, as was the Sequel, I think the first one was better, bu if you like Spock and Q as characters then you like this.
The unbeatable combination of characters: Q and Spock. The characters (and their actors!) are so great together. And it's wonderful to have this to listen to now that Mr Nimoy is gone.
When Spock becomes Q. Hysterical!
So fun to listen to. And short enough to finish in one day! If you listened to the original Spock vs. Q, don't miss this sequel.
I have become a lover of audiobooks; primarily Star Wars and Star Trek related, biographies, and motivational books.
Hearing Nimoy and de Lancie voice their characters with as much style, vigor, and sincerity as they did on their respective series. I pretty much smiled for the entire duration as I imagined watching them on stage.
Comparable to the first Spock vs Q audio book. Where the first was a chess game of wits, this one felt more of a literal flipping the script and walking in the other's shoes. More casual than the first, and very enjoyable.
Hard to decide, but my favorite line from Spock to Q was his response to a Captain Kirk reference at a dinner with the enterprise bridge crew.
I did laugh.
What happens if Spock and Q switch places? Listen and you will find out! Leonard Nimoy was such a joy to listen to during Live performances. Alien Voices owned by Nimoy and de Lancie always are a fun ride.
absolutely hilarious. John De Lancie interacts flawlessly with Leonard Nimoy. I'd recommend it any day
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