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  • Paperback
  • 372 pages
  • The War of the Prophets
  • Judith Reeves-Stevens
  • English
  • 01 April 2018
  • 0671024027

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10 thoughts on “The War of the Prophets

  1. says:

    Riker reappeared on the viewer, eyes afire with rage The War of the Prophets is coming Choose your side, Emissary because this is your war nowp 408, The Fall of Terok NorWhen Captain Sisko and the rest of the Ds9 crew recovered three lost Bajoran artifacts the lost Orbs of Jalbador they thought a great mystery and the murderous schemes surrounding it had finally been put to rest When when the three orbs spontaneously gathered together and opened a second wormhole, glowing crim Riker reappeared on the viewer, eyes afire with rage The War of the Prophets is coming Choose your side, Emissary because this is your war nowp 408, The Fall of Terok NorWhen Captain Sisko and the rest of the Ds9 crew recovered three lost Bajoran artifacts the lost Orbs of Jalbador they thought a great mystery and the murderous schemes surrounding it had finally been put to rest When when the three orbs spontaneously gathered together and opened a second wormhole, glowing crimson, the Defiant and all aboard her were thrown into the future while attempting to escape the destruction of Deep Space Nine They found themselves trapped in a nightmarish future, where Klingons, Cardassians, and humans were all but extinct species where the remnant of Starfleet which remained is allied with the Borg and dedicated to the wholesale destruction of Bajor a Bajor which is the seat of power for a new, mighty empire i...

  2. says:

    Interestingly enough, this book is one of the rare middle books in a trilogy to not suffer the no beginning, no end issue which usually makes them the weakest in a series All the lead up in the first book pays off big time in this dystopian alternate future, and the ending actually feels like an ending albeit a cliffhanger of one Although the writing is a little awkward in a few places, the characterization continues to be pretty much spot on, even logically extrapolating to what various Interestingly enough, this book is one of the rare middle books in a trilogy to not suffer the no beginning, no end issue which usually makes them the weakest in a series All the lead up in the first book pays off big time in this dystopian alternate future, and the ending actually feels like an ending albeit a cliffhanger of one Although the writing is a little awkward in a few places, the characterization continues to be pretty much spot on, even logically extrapolating to what various characters are like after experiencing a very different kind of trajectory into the future The book also contains a multitude of cameos and mentions of characters that will make any Trek fan smile, but which don t detract from the story for anyone less well versed in the larger Trek universe Honestly my main complaint is that there wasn t enough Garak, but that s my main complain...

  3. says:

    Part 2 of the Millennium series isn t as good as book 1 Some moments like the appearance of Seven of Nine and the Doctor from Voyager smack of bad fan fiction Other moments, like he idea of Admiral Picard mistaking Dr Bashir for Wesley Crusher, smack of mediocre fan fiction, but made me smile so I gave them a pass There are moments in the book where I had to go back to see if I d missed something Invariably I hadn t The story is convoluted While the book continues where the first book lef Part 2 of the Millennium series isn t as good as book 1 Some moments like the appearance of Seven of Nine and the Doctor from Voyager smack of bad fan fiction Other moments, like he idea of Admiral Picard mistaking Dr Bashir for Wesley Crusher, smack of mediocre fan fiction, but made me smile so I gave them a pass There are m...

  4. says:

    The story takes over where the last book ended, after the three red Orbs of Jalbador aligned and made a second wormhole Wayoun, my favorite DS9 villain, is now a religious leader who believes the Universe will come to an end once the two wormholes merge We find a future version of Nog trying to keep Jean Luc Picard from succumbing to a degenerative disease long enough to repeat his previous success with Project Phoenix, which is required to stop the merging from happening Admittedly, you d pr The story takes over where the last book ended, after the three red Orbs of Jalbador aligned and made a second wormhole Wayoun, my favorite DS9 villain, is now a religious leader who believes the Universe will come to an end once the two wormholes merge We find a future version of Nog trying to keep Jean Luc Picard from succumbing to a degenerative disease long enough to repeat his previous success with Project Phoenix, which is required to stop the me...

  5. says:

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com with the first book in this trilogy, once I started reading, this went fast for such a thick book It did slow down a bit towards that end but then it lightened up with some fun scenes As before, the characterizations were all spot on.BEST.NOG.EVER

  6. says:

    This was a very strange book It started strangely, and ended evenstrangely It depicts a future that doesn t look very appealing, and contains most of the usual suspects from Deep Space 9, as well as a few from Next Generation The chapters wer...

  7. says:

    A very strange exploration of possible future of DS9 characters Strange, because some of known characters behave differently due to that future s events Strange, but not unpleasant A bit too much technobabble in the second volume, perhaps, but generally a great read with lots of our favourite char...

  8. says:

    The Defiant is caught 25 years in the future where there are 2 wormholes, and a war for existence happening Lots of plot twists and intricate details You do need to have read the first book in the trilogy though There s also cameo appearances from Voyagers and Next Gen crew A good read.

  9. says:

    well paced and thought provoking second part of the series The end does leave you wondering somewhat, but that s ok as there s a third installment Characterisation is superb here, you can really feel them.

  10. says:

    It wasn t was good as the first one but it was still pretty good.

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