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Millennium: Inferno by Judith Reeves-Stevens
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As the final battle between the Prophets and Pah-wraiths nears its conclusion, and the tranlsation of the Bajoran texts is almost complete, normal space-time existence is about to end trapping only Benjamin Sisko, his crew and the Klingons in time. Sisko holds the key to victory for the Prophets and the fate of the universe as he struggles to choose the precise moment in time to return to the nonlinear realm and change the past in order to restore the present.… (more)

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The conclusion of the trilogy. I'm not real fond of this time travel, will we change the time line, has it already changed stuff. ( )
  nx74defiant | May 12, 2018 |
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