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Trill: Unjoined and Bajor: Fragments and Omens

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Within every federation and every empire, behind every hero and every villain, there are the worlds that define them. In the aftermath of Unity and in the daring tradition of Spock's World, The Final Reflection, and A Stitch in Time, the civilizations most closely tied to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine can now be experienced as never before... in tales both sweeping and intimate, reflective and prophetic, eerily familiar and utterly alien. TRILL: They are a people with secrets. For centuries they kept their true nature hidden, even taking disturbing steps to protect the small population of near-immortal symbionts with whom a privileged few Trill are joined, body, mind, and soul. They are a people who hold memory to be sacred, yet deny their own past. Now amid a whirlwind of scandal, accusations, and growing civil unrest, Ezri Dax must penetrate millennia of lies and deceptions, and rediscover what should never have been forgotten, before her civilization rips itself apart. BAJOR: The honeymoon is over. Following the euphoria of Bajor's marriage to the Federation, the real business of making that union work has begun. But even on a world where politics and religion are intertwined, conflicting visions of Bajor's role in the interstellar arena divide the planet's leadership. As newly minted Captain Kira Nerys sets the tone for the kind of Starfleet officer she will be, First Minister Asarem makes a bold move to define Bajor's voice in the Federation, while the returned Benjamin Sisko prepares for a future that only he, as yet, can see.

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The second of three novels focusing on six civilizations, Book Two focuses on the Trill and the Bajorans.

Additional Information

Publisher:

Pocket Books

Original Release:

25 January 2005

Book Length:

380 pages

Book Canon Year:

2376

Featured Characters:

Leonard James Akaar, Asal, Julian Bashir, Ra'ch B'ullhy, Huang Chaoying, Cyl, Taulin Cyl, Dax (symbiont), Ezri Dax, Doyos, Fal, Hiziki Gard, Bera chim Gleer, Jenk, Juarez, Ranul Keru, Kira Nerys, Rantic Lan, Nelenne Lef, Lev, Maz, Lirisse Maz, Matthew Mazibuko, Memh, Dynkorra M'Relle, Rarn, Renhol, Behza Rianu, Rame Sagado, Seng, Dapo Seng, Dula Seng, Pran Sevos, Talris, Rylen Talris, Jirin Tambor, Taran'atar, Charivretha zh'Thane, T'Latrek, Vadel Torvin, Trebor, Vah, Vlu, Min Zife, Asarem Wadeen, Azeni Korena, Julian Bashir, Sam Bowers, Cenn Desca, Fofen Parsh, Iliana Ghemor, Girani Semna, Gordimer, Jaza Najem, Ke Hovath, Ke Iniri, Krim Aldos, Ledahn Muri, Lenaris Holem, Kira Nerys, Nog, Opaka Sulan, Quark, Ralanon Marja, Ro Laren, Jason Senkowski, Benjamin Sisko, Jake Sisko, Rebecca Jae Sisko, Solis Tendren, Sorati Teru, Taran'atar, Simon Tarses, Prynn Tenmei, Thirishar ch'Thane, Theno, Elias Vaughn, Kasidy Yates

Review Series:

Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Cover Type:

Paperback

Book ISBN10:

743483529

Book ISBN13:

978-0743483529

Book ASIN (Amazon eBook):

B000FCJYZA

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Wed 14 Jun, 2017 6:41 AM
The Trill part is a good read, ties in with the parasite incidents but is slow in some parts. The Bajor part is very interesting, especially for those interested in the politics of the Federation (and of Bajor). The Sisko bits are a nice setup for "to be continued"

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