Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Millennium #2: The War of the Prophets

Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Millennium #2: The War of the Prophets

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Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Millennium #2: The War of the Prophets by Judith Reeves-Stevens, Garfield Reeves-Stevens

The crew of the Starship Defiant is trapped in a future in which the Pah-wraiths have triumphed-as the greatest epic adventure in the saga of Deep Space 9™ continues....
In the last days of the twenty-fourth century, caught in the crossfire of the apocalyptic confrontation between the Bajoran Prophets and the Pah-wraiths, Captain Benjamin Sisko, and his crew face what might be the final millennium. On one side, the Pah-wraiths' new Emissary -- Kai Weyoun -- promises his followers that when Bajor's two Celestial -Temples are restored as one, all beings in the universe will ascend to a new and glorious existence with the True Prophets. On the other side, the scientists of Starfleet predict that when the two Bajoran wormholes merge, they will create a Warp 10 shock wave of infinite destructive power.
With the Federation on the brink of collapse, and Starfleet consumed by Admiral Jean-Luc Picard's obsessive quest to build the largest starship ever conceived, Sisko enters the ultimate race against time for the biggest stakes of all -- the survival of the universe itself.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780743406802
Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek
Publication date: 05/16/2000
Series: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Series
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 432
File size: 1 MB

About the Author


Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens are the authors of more than thirty books, including numerous New York Times bestselling Star Trek novels. Their newest novel of suspense, Freefall, is a follow-up to their Los Angeles Times bestseller, Icefire, and is set against the political intrigue and historical conspiracy surrounding the next race to the Moon.

In keeping with their interest in both the reality of space exploration and the science fiction that helps inspire it, in 2003 Judith and Garfield were invited to join a NASA Space Policy Workshop for the development of NASA's new goals as put forth in the agency's 2004 Vision for Space Exploration. Then, for the 2004 television season, the couple joined the writing staff of Star Trek: Enterprise as executive story editors. For more information, please visit www.reeves-stevens.com.

Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens are the authors of more than thirty books, including numerous New York Times bestselling Star Trek novels. Their newest novel of suspense, Freefall, is a follow-up to their Los Angeles Times bestseller, Icefire, and is set against the political intrigue and historical conspiracy surrounding the next race to the Moon.

In keeping with their interest in both the reality of space exploration and the science fiction that helps inspire it, in 2003 Judith and Garfield were invited to join a NASA Space Policy Workshop for the development of NASA's new goals as put forth in the agency's 2004 Vision for Space Exploration. Then, for the 2004 television season, the couple joined the writing staff of Star Trek: Enterprise as executive story editors. For more information, please visit www.reeves-stevens.com.

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I loved this book, the second in the series. I couldn't put it down, and I can't wait to read the last one. Everything was MUCH better than satisfactory. My only complaint is what happened to the character Tom Riker. Why is it that Tom always gets the short end of the stick? Couldn't someone let him get a great deal--just once? The War of the Prophets series gives an interesting look into a nonreligious view of the Prophets of Bajor. Are they a help or a hindrance to the Bajoran people? Do they blind the Bajoran people and keep them from progress? I'm looking forward to the final battle between the Pah-wraiths and what Kai Weyoun calls the False Prophets, the Prophets Kira Nerys believes are gods.