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e-Book Mission Gamma Book Four: Lesser Evil (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Mission Gamma) download

e-Book Mission Gamma Book Four: Lesser Evil (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Mission Gamma) download

by Robert Simpson

ISBN: 0743410246
ISBN13: 978-0743410243
Language: English
Publisher: Pocket Books; 1St Edition edition (October 29, 2002)
Category: Science Fiction
Subategory: Science Fiction

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Book 8 of 18 in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Mission Gamma Series. Regarding "Lesser Evil", imagine that you are in Star Fleet. What were the WORST of the WORST enemies you encountered in the Star Trek Universe? Then imagine the worst-case scenario!

Book 8 of 18 in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Mission Gamma Series. What were the WORST of the WORST enemies you encountered in the Star Trek Universe? Then imagine the worst-case scenario!

SINS PAST Chaos erupts aboard Deep Space 9 ™ as the crew begins a. .Robert Simpson is a contributor to the acclaimed Star Trek anthology, THE LIVES OF DAX.

But the crime she seeks to avenge is part of a plot more ancient and far-reaching than anyone suspects, and that secret, if exposed, could divide worlds throughout the Alpha Quadrant. This was a fairly good wrap up to the "Mission Gamma" Series inside the DS9 relaunch series. However, the most memorable part was the ending, but not for the right reasons.

Lesser Evil (Mission Gamma, Book 4). Robert Simpson. Originally published as Star Trek: The Lives of Dax. Second printing included the rounded Star Trek: Deep Space Nine word mark used for the relaunch novels. Strange New Worlds 2016 (2016) by Neil Bryant, Gary Piserchio and Frank Tagader, Kelli Fitzpatrick, Chris Chaplin, Michael Turner, Nancy Debretsion, Derek Tyler Attico, Roger McCoy, John Coffren, and Kristen McQuinn.

Real World article(written from a Production point of view). Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Mission Gamma is a series of four Pocket DS9 novels published by Pocket Books in 2002. It forms part of the Deep Space Nine relaunch series. The series tells the story of the resumption of Starfleet's exploration of the Gamma Quadrant following the end of the Dominion War, with Elias Vaughn commanding the USS Defiant on the mission with Julian Bashir, Ezri Dax and Nog among his crew.

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SINS PAST Chaos erupts aboard "Deep Space 9 (TM. ore. 3 primary works, 4 total works.

Mission Gamma Book Four - Robert Simpson. It was really rushed and tried to poorly set up the next book in the DS9 relaunch, while actually not telling us anything. If your in the series, its worth reading.

A four-book odyssey of space exploration, political intrigue, religious schism, deadly conspiracies and startling revelations, this is Deep Space Nine at its best. Mission Gamma : The Lesser Evil. Part of the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Series, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine german cross cult series ( Series, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Mission Gamma ( Series). Select Format: Mass Market Paperback.

Mission Gamma, Book Four: Lesser Evil Robert Simpson Publication Date: November 2002 Timeline: August 2376, following Mission Gamma, Book Three: Cathedral; plus various flashbacks (2347, 2349, 2355, 2369). He warned me not to take Prynn on this mission. He said he wasn’t worried about the crew; he was worried about the two of u.

Mobile version (beta). Twilight (Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Mission Gamma, Book 1). David R. George III. Download (lit, 414 Kb).

Science Fiction & Fantasy. Mission Gamma Book Four: Lesser Evil. Star Trek Deep Space Nine. Books related to Mission Gamma Book Four: Lesser Evil. Back to Science Fiction & Fantasy. Mission Gamma Book Three: Cathedral.

After a shocking death, space station Deep Space Nine erupts into chaos as weak political alliances unravel in the middle of the desperate search to find a killer, while the commander of the Defiant must confront dark secrets of the past that could cost the life--and love--of his daughter. Original.
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Fenritaur
I had attempted to write a review of this book a few moments ago and encountered a glitch at Amazon that caused it to be lost. Therefore, I am trying again.

Regarding "Lesser Evil", imagine that you are in Star Fleet. What were the WORST of the WORST enemies you encountered in the Star Trek Universe? Then imagine the worst-case scenario! This book kept me on the edge of my seat and I finished reading it within 24-hours because I simply could NOT put it down! On top of that, the story ends on a cliff-hanger that announces that the saga continues with "Rising Son"! Now I have to locate the next novel to see where the twists and turns take me!

Addendum:

I ordered the book, "Rising Son" on Thursday, April 23, 2009 and it arrived, TWO DAYS LATER on April 25, 2009!!!!! I AM AMAZED THAT IT ARRIVED SO FAST!!! I'm already reading about what is happening with Jake Sisko and will be writing a review on "Rising Son" as soon as I finish reading the sequel on Sunday, May 3, 2009!

Breder
I was not expecting much, after reading some of the other reviews. But, I was pleasantly surprised! I think Robert Simpson did a fantastic job, writing this story! He masterfully interwove the various strands and kept me turning the pages. I read the entire book in only one day!
The characters behave as you would expect them to (and hope they will), and it is good to have the Defiant crew back from the Gamma Quadrant, again. Simpson writes so simply and flowingly that you visualize these events happening before your eyes, as on TV or in a movie.
The novel brings closure to the Gamma exploration mission and also paves the way for the next DS9 adventure.
I hope to buy other books by this author, and I hope you will, too.

Efmprof
...they do a story that flies in the face of the liberal banality that has ruled the Star Trek universe for nearly 40 years. Donald Fagen has an old song called "I.G.Y." that pokes fun at the whole I.G.Y. kitsch of the late 1950s/ early 1960s, the idea that some day we were going to have all sorts of gizmos given to us by scientists and engineers that would make life a breeze, the world was going to become peaceful, yadda-yadda. In a recent documentary, William Shatner pointed out that Star Trek anticipated a lot of the technology we have today--hand communicators (we call them cell phones), Romulan spaceship cloaking (we have two different "stealth" warplanes), and one thing that Shatner didn't mention--tricorders. We call those "laptops" and they're already being upstaged in capapbility by palm pilots that are smaller than anything Spock ever toted around. But one thing hasn't changed. We still kill people wholesale because we're us and they're them. Star Trek has made a few efforts to debunk the early Trek idea of there being groups who are 100% great folks. Like the Vulcans--there was a novel which depicted a Vulcan named Christopher who didn't fit the relentless nobility mold. He went around in his decommissioned Constitution class starship and raised all sorts of hell and had a grand old time. He didn't commit any evil, but mainstream Vulcankind thought he was scum nonetheless. In this series, we have to unlearn the DS9 propaganda that joined Trills consist of a symbiont who's a great person implanted into a humanoid who's also a great person. The result--great person squared. Look at Dax, for example. Its last two hosts have been real 10s. The lovely Jadzia, who could have been Charlie's 89th angel in the timeline. Cutesy cuddly Ezri, who's everybody's cherished kid sister--if they do a DS9 movie with time travel scenes showing Ezri in middle age, they should ask Sally Field. Gidget Goes Bajoran, hear what I'm saying? But let's not forget that Dax also had a host who was a psycho killer. They blew it on that match, Trill cultural pretensions to perfection in the joining process not withstanding. Over this series, we learn that Andorian marriage consists of four spouses. But what if one of those spouses is unbalanced to the point of self-destructiveness? It results in a dysfunctional marriage, no matter how many partners there are to try to balance things out. There are positive notes in this series to be sure. Like the estranged daughter of Commander Vaughan coming back into his life and there being a reconciliation rather than a resumed squabble. Like a Jem'Hadar soldier being sent by his new master Odo to Federation territory for an education. He no doubt knows that his old girlfriend Colonel Kira will do right by the kid. The DS9 franchise has always been the best because it presents a more realistic picture of humanoid nature than the leftover I.G.Y. contrived optimism ("What a beautiful world it will be...what a glorious time to be free!"--Donald Fagen) which has governed earlier Trek franchises. Now if only it didn't take four books to tell that believeable a story.

Cemav
Realized back a few weeks ago that I have not read all the DS9 books, so I ran across this awesome four book series. A lot of intertwining plots and characters. Really enjoyed this series now onto other Star Trek books from other series. Live long and prosper!

funike
By far my favourite Mission Gamma story, read it in 3 days from cover to cover. Dealing with the assassination of Shakaar, Jospeh who tries to deal with the loss of his son and grandson, really loved it.

Felolak
Probably the best in the "Mission Gamma" four-book series, this book does a very good job of tying up some loose ends from the previous three, and if it doesn't quite tie up all the loose ends from all of the subplots, it does an acceptable job of it, leaving just enough open to keep the ongoing story open.

Vikus
Love Star Trek .

I loved this book. The cover is terrific. Great storyline and character depth is awesome. I would highly recommend this read.

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