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Avatar, Book Two


As the Federation prepares to launch a counterstrike against the Dominion, Colonel Kira Nerys searches for a way to prevent another galactic holocaust. But when a newly discovered prophecy propels Jake Sisko on an impossible quest and threatens to plunge all of Bajor into chaos, Kira is forced to choose between being true to her faith... and being true to herself. Meanwhile, as the combined crews of Deep Space 9 and the Starship Enterprise struggle to stop a terrorist plot to destroy the station and the ship, lives change, new friendships are forged, and the shocking truth behind a grisly murder is revealed.

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A devastating attack shatters the peace in the Alpha Quadrant, as religious tensions and political upheavals envelop Bajor.

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Pocket Books

Original Release:

01 May 2001

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234 pages

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Karan Adabwe, Masoud Ahzed, Alle Tol, Turo Ane, Julian Bashir, Sam Bowers, Broik, Capril, Cryan, Ezri Dax, Devro, Elvim, Eric, Vic Fontaine, Frool, Grehm, Grimp, Tiris Jast, Kelly, Jataq'qat, Kira Nerys, Marten, McEwian, Monyodin, Morn, Nguyen, Nog, Po, Quark, Ro Laren, Selzner, Jake Sisko, Nancy Sthili, Setrin Yeta, Shoka Pian, Terek, T'Peyn, Simon Tarses, Thirishar ch'Thane, Prynn Tenmei, John Tiklak, Kasidy Yates, Wasa Graim, Wayeh Surt, Woros Keyth, Achen, Thomas Chang, Beverly Crusher, Data, Kuri Dennings, Dey, Kelly Eideman, Faro, Mike Hopping Bird, Tisseverlin Janna, Geordi La Forge, Kell Perim, Jean-Luc Picard, Presley, Richardson, William Riker, Robison, William Ross, Lily Shalhib, Shannon, Deanna Troi, Truke, Elias Vaughn, Weller

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Deep Space Nine

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Fri 29 Apr, 2016 3:27 PM
A perfect follow up to Avatar book one. Murder, religious tension, prophecies; book two covers a great deal of ground. The discovery of the Ohalu prophesy, an eerily accurate text (deemed heretical by the Vedek Assembly), has profound personal implications for members of the crew and Bajor as a whole. Character development in this follow up novel by SD Perry is handled brilliantly. By this point, the newly introduced characters are already beginning to seem inseparable from those of the show.

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