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By S. D. Perry
A brand new period starts off within the annals of Deep house Nine...Star Trek's grittiest and so much not easy sequence can have reached its climatic end at the tv monitor, yet all-new adventures at the frontiers of Federation area proceed among the covers of Pocket Books. within the aftermath of the kingdom conflict that introduced the big name Trek universe to the threshold of spoil, house station Deep area 9 - the galaxy's nexus of army and clinical intrigue, located because it is at the wormhole that hyperlinks quadrants - once more turns into a flashpoint of forthcoming Armageddon while a shock assault cripples the station, killing the 1st Officer and perilous the delicate peace. Colonel Kira and the surviving group of DS9 - in addition to 4 controverisal new officials - are all that stand opposed to the outbreak of a brand new clash and a doom fortold via the Prophets to coincide with the beginning of Captain Benjamin Sisko's baby. in the meantime, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the workforce of the USS company make a startling discovery, one who will confirm the process a complete civilisation and profoundly impact the lives of the staff of Deep area Nine...
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