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Keith R. A. DeCandido takes us to Feringinar with Quark and Ro Laren, then David R. George III offers a tale about Odo, Taran’atar, and the Dominion. While not as compelling as other books in this series, Niners should read this books to keep up with the ongoing relaunch.

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THE DOMINION: Odo continues his efforts -- begun on DS9 -- to understand his shape-shifting people, The Founders, and why they felt driven to conquer the Federation. His quest leads him unexpectedly to questions about the gods and their creations ...and what those creations do when they believe that those gods have forsaken them. FERENGINAR: Political turmoil threatens to unseat Rom from the leadership of the Ferengi Alliance. A scandal involving criminal charges against Rom's former wife uncovers secrets which could not only bring him down but could undermine all the well-meaning changes his regime has introduced. Worse still, hardcore capitalist Quark has been enlisted by Rom's political adversaries to join forces with them against him, with promises of all the wealth and success Quark has ever dreamed of ...as long as he helps them to overthow his brother.

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