Tag Archives: Deep Space Nine

What We Left Behind

A few months back I caught wind of the fan-funded What We Left Behind: A Look Back at Deep Space Nine, and naturally  I preordered.  I watched (and loved) it tonight, and though it has nothing to do with books,  … Continue reading

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Force and Motion

 ST DS9: Force and Motion© 2016 Jeffrey Lang352 pages All Miles O’Brien wanted to do was visit a research lab and catch up with an old friend, along with his engineering chum Nog.  He didn’t expect to be thrown into … Continue reading

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Obsidian Alliances

Star Trek Mirror Universe: Obsidian Alliances© 2007 Keith DeCandido, Peter David, and “Sarah Shaw”448 pages Noticeably absent from Glass Empires were any characters or stories from Deep Space Nine,  the series which revived and expanded the premise of the Mirror … Continue reading

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A Ceremony of Losses

Star Trek the Fall: A Ceremony of Losses© 2013 David Mack353 pages “I’m a ship captain, doctor. Risk is my business.” “…you’re an un-armed, one-man freighter.” “Okay, delivering cargo is my business. But I’m trying to diversify.” Now this is a … Continue reading

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Crimson Shadow

Star Trek the Fall: Crimson Shadow© 2013 Una McCormack352 pages After ten years of reconstruction, the Federation is preparing to leave Cardassia. Not all the locals gathering outside are there to wish its engineers and social workers a fare-thee-well, however. … Continue reading

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Revelations and Dust

Star Trek the Fall:  Revelation and Dust 401 pages © 2013 David R. George III David R. George takes a bullet for the team in The Fall: Revelation and Dust. First in a five-part series with five participating authors, Revelation … Continue reading

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The Never Ending Sacrifice

The Never Ending Sacrifice© 2009 Una McCormack352 pages No Star Trek series rivals Deep Space Nine for its moral drama, for its stationary setting meant that characters had to live with the consequences of thir decisions. It told rich stories, … Continue reading

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