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A new era begins in the annals of Deep Space Nine... As the story begun in Book One continues, the Federation prepares to launch a counterstrike against the Dominion. Searching for a way to prevent another galactic holocaust, Colonel Kira is forced to make a choice between being true to her faith and being true to her loyalties. Meanwhile, as the combined crews of Deep Space Nine and the USS Enterprise struggle to stop a treacherous plot from destroying both the station and the ship, the shocking truth behind a disturbing prophecy and a grisly murder is revealed. Dark secrets, divided allegiances, treachery and, ultimately, hope - AVATAR is Deep Space Nine at its multi-layered best.… (more)

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S.D. Perry does an excellent job of continuing the multi-layer story of DS9. The religious crisis of the book of secular prophecies allowed for the book to delve into a deeper story of the meaning of religious faith then would have been possible on the show and its here where the arena of the written word proves its a better home for the character of DS9 then in episodic television. Although initially seeming very fanwankish, the pairing of ST's two top Bajoran females is perfect, paying off very well at the bittersweet ending of the novel. Still think the inclusion of the Enterprise is a bit much. Looking forward to reading more. ( )
  Humberto.Ferre | Sep 28, 2016 |
Die Auflösung kommt schnell und etwas unbefriedigend, ansonsten ist es ein starkes Werk. ( )
  elroyguess | Feb 28, 2016 |
Enjoyed the overall story but didn't like the second book as much as the first. The plot that I was expecting to become a major story ended up being only a minor reference, likely leading to the next books in the series. ( )
  SF_fan_mae | Jan 15, 2016 |
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Same as the last book, so if you read it there, you can skip this part:

This book wouldn't have been possible without the kindness, creative improvements, and/or information provided to me by...

Paula Block, at Paramount, for her tremendous support.  Keith R.A. DeCandido and David Henderson, who helped compile the time line.  Doctor Joelle Murray, for a few physics definitions that I think I understand (Joelle: you rock).  Cliff Nielsen for his brilliant cover art, and Mike Okuda, for the new logo design (sharp, eh?).  Jessica McGivney, for always believing.  Also Rob Simpson, who was there at the story's conception...and of course, my editor, Marco Palmieri, who is a creative force behind these books but tries to avoid taking credit.

On a more personal note, I need to thank Steve and Dianne Perry, Doctor Les Goldmann, and Myk Olsen, for their moral support...and to every brave writer of Star Trek technical journals, encyclopedias, chronologies, and companions - without you, I'd still be writing the outline.
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