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The Fall of Terok Nor (Star Trek Deep Space…

The Fall of Terok Nor (Star Trek Deep Space Nine, Millennium Book 1 of 3) (original 2000; edition 2000)

by Judith Reeves-Stevens

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Bajor is in flames. The corridors of Terok Nor echo with the sounds of battle. It is the end of the Cardassian Occupation and the beginning of the greatest epic adventure in the saga of Deep Space 9 Six years later, with the Federation losing ground in its war against the Dominion, the galaxy's greatest smugglers, including the beautiful and enigmatic Vash, rendezvous on Deep Space 9. Their objective: a fabled lost Orb of the Prophets unlike any other, rumored to be the key to unlocking a second wormhole in Bajoran Space, a second Celestial Temple. Almost immediately, mysterious events plague the station: Odo arrests Quark for murder; Jake and Nog lead Chief O'Brien to an eerie holosuite in a section of the station that's not on any schematic; and a Cardassian scientist whom even the Obsidian Order once feared makes an unexpected appearance. With all these events tied to a never-before-told story of the Cardassian withdrawal, Captain Benjamin Sisko faces the most dangerous challenge of his career: Unless he can uncover the secret of the lost Orb, what began with the fall of Terok Nor will end with the destruction of Deep Space 9...or worse.… (more)
Title:The Fall of Terok Nor (Star Trek Deep Space Nine, Millennium Book 1 of 3)
Authors:Judith Reeves-Stevens
Info:Star Trek (2000), Paperback
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Millennium: The Fall of Terok Nor by Judith Reeves-Stevens (2000)



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Quark is charged with murder. Two dead bodies are found that were left when the Cardassians left Terok Nor.
I didn't like some of how Vash was portrayed.
It is the beginning of a trilogy. ( )
  nx74defiant | Mar 31, 2018 |
For any true DS9 fan, you'll enjoy this book. The characters come to life, and it's entertaining to hear Quark's thoughts and revealing to hear Sisko's ambivalence of being the emissary to the prophets. The only thing that annoyed me was the overuse of exposition; however, as others mentioned, the authors were probably thinking about readers who are't familiar with this DS9 universe. If you want a light-hearted, fun read, you'll enjoy this story for the characters and how they use humor to get through dire situations. This has always been a prominent feature of the DS9 series, and the authors do an excellent job of executing the humorous--and oftentimes pointless banter which readers will either detest or love. There's a definite spiritual theme which classifies this story as visionary fiction. Sisko, and his role as an emissary to the Bajoran's prophets also plays into this theme. While other characters debate over the prophets versus "wormhole aliens" explanation, Sisko never commits to an opinion, allowing his experiences to guide him rather than dogma. The debate over the nature of the prophets continues in this book and peaks in the third act with a surprise appearance from another famous Star Trek character. I'm interested to see how this all plays out. ( )
  elenipapanou | Aug 22, 2013 |
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