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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 401pages
  • The Fall: Revelation and Dust (Star Trek: The Fall Book 1)
  • David R George III
  • English
  • 18 April 2020
  • B00A28GXII

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Read Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê David R George III Read The Fall: Revelation and Dust (Star Trek: The Fall Book 1) ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB David R George III Ê 6 Read A uadrants to the core And what of Kira Nerys lost aboard a runabout when the Bajoran wormhole collapsed In the two years that have passed during construction of the new Deep Space 9 there have been no indications that the Celestial Temple the Prophets or Kira have survived But since Ben Sisko once learned that the wormhole aliens exist nonlinearly in time what does that mean with respect to their fate or that of the wormholeor of Kira herself I have eagerly awaited this book since it was announced and when I finally got around to reading it Very early Thank you I was somewhat disappointed but not as much as some people seem to be In many ways it s appropriate that a few early chapters take so much from the DS9 pilot Emissary because it comes across a lot like a weaker pilot episode for a new series I later went back and re assessed Emissary favourably so I am curious if I will do the same once The Fall gets into full swing because it seems like a lot of set up for the rest of the series The new DS9 crew from the last few books are back but we are still getting to know them many just being names without much of a personality at this point The story can stand alone but it wants you to come back for the next partThe focus of the book shifts between two main plot threads switching back and forth between chapters as David R George III has freuently done with his books in the past and has often helped to keep my interest in each story In this case however one of them feels much weaker and whilst I eventually understood its purpose I still found myself wanting to rush through those chapters and get back to the main action I wouldn t say you could completely remove them and still have the same story but a lot of it could have been trimmed down without anyone missing it too muchIt s not all bad though the memorial scenes early on were important after the previous story and it was nice to have so many familiar faces brought back Also I still enjoy the author s style of writing which manages to keep me reading during the less frantic moments and his descriptions of the new station really helped to draw me into it There s a moment later on that the book had clearly been building towards and was fairly obvious to predict going in but still hits you hard when it happensOverall I would say it was good but it could have been so much I would recommend it so long as you understand it is clearly a beginning to something largerOne minor issue is something I ve noticed several times in the author s books and pops up again here He occasionally makes reference to future moments in the book saying things like She would realise 2 days from now how wrong she had been or All that would change when he saw tragic event It s not terrible it can just be a little jarring and sometimes spoils what could be shocking if he hadn t said anything

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The Fall: Revelation and Dust (Star Trek: The Fall Book 1)

Read Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê David R George III Read The Fall: Revelation and Dust (Star Trek: The Fall Book 1) ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB David R George III Ê 6 Read Ceremony The dignitaries include not only the leaders of alliessuch as Klingon Chancellor Martok Ferengi Grand Nagus Rom the Cardassian castellan and the Bajoran first ministerbut also those of rival powers such as the Romulan praetor and the Gorn imperator But as Ros crew prepares to open DS9 to the entire Bajor Sector and beyond disaster looms A faction has already set in action a shocking plan that if successful will shake the Alpha and Bet Terrible I m usually generous but this is awful The interpersonal dynamics feels like something from a modern day romance novel Superfluous and tedious descriptions of irrelevant s make up the majority of this book Save your moneyIn fact this is so bad I ve returned to my review to add At several points in the story we are subjected to multiple pages of a character thinking about the events we as a reader have just read About 15% of the book describes the layout and architecture of a space station I have a masters in engineering and I couldn t follow any of it There s a distinct lack of understanding of what scientific breakthroughs we can expect over the next 300 years There a several pages dedicated to a character in the shower using soap As if soap will still be around in 2385 Very little happen 30 pages would have been sufficient Maybe throw in a technical schematic of the space station to save us from dying of boredom The main plot event is weak and poorly conceivedI want my money back

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Read Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê David R George III Read The Fall: Revelation and Dust (Star Trek: The Fall Book 1) ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB David R George III Ê 6 Read WELCOME TO THE NEW DEEP SPACE 9 After the destruction of the original space station by a rogue faction of the Typhon Pact Miles OBrien and Nog have led the Starfleet Corps of Engineers in designing and constructing a largeradvanced starbase in the Bajoran system Now as familiar faces such as Benjamin Sisko Kasidy Yates Ezri Dax Odo and uark arrive at the new station Captain Ro Laren will host various heads of state at an impressive dedication ST awesome as always