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Ascendance The Post Television Deep Space Nine Saga Continues With This Original Novel From New York Times Bestselling Author David R George III On The Original Deep Space Nine, Captain Kira Nerys Watches As The Nearby Wormhole Opens And Discharges A Single, Bladelike Vessel Attempts To Contact Its Crew Fail, And The Ship Is Soon Followed By Another Vessel Of Similar Design When An Armada Subsequently Begins To Emerge From The Wormhole, It Seems Clear That DS9 Is Under Attack Kira Orders Her First Officer, Commander Elias Vaughn, To Board The U.S.S Defiant And Defend The Station, And Alerts Starfleet To Send Additional Forces As Her Crew Prepares DS9 S Shields And Weaponry For The Onslaught To Come.Meanwhile, On The Lead Ship, Iliana Ghemor Considers Launching An Attack On DS9 And Finally Ending The Life Of Kira, The Fountainhead Of All The Ills In Her Miserable Life Her Vengeance Demands Than Mere Death, Though It Requires Pain Ghemor Refocuses, Choosing To Follow Her Plan To Mete Out Her Revenge On The Captain By First Decimating The Population Of Bajor 2015 CBS Studios, Inc STAR TREK And Related Marks And Logos Are Trademarks Of CBS Studios, Inc All Rights Reserved.


10 thoughts on “Ascendance

  1. says:

    It s a very easy read, but it s in service of a book that exists simply to be a giant chess board It s moving all the old pieces off the board such as the Ascendants and setting up the next phase of DS9 storytelling the further adventures of Vic Fontai...


  2. says:

    A pointless journey moving chess pieces around without any depth The characters Kira, Sisko, Ro sound like boring lecturers they say whatever the plot needs them to instead of being characters in and of themselves Even Ro s religious journey to belief in the prophets which comes completely out of character and isn t examined anywhere in the book it just happens is apeing the exact plot we watched on TV a decade and a half ago in the actual DS9 TV series with Kira.There s nothing here you A pointless journey moving chess pieces around without any depth The characters Kira, Sisko, Ro sound like boring lecturers they say whatever the plot needs them to instead of being characters in and of themselves Even R...


  3. says:

    Really good book that tells the missing story of the DS9 relaunch regarding the Ascendants but also launches the series in a new direction.George s writing can sometimes be too verbose and he does have a tendency to give summaries of stuff that s already happened in this book, no...


  4. says:

    A solid entry in the 24th century continuity, and an explanation of the Ascendant attack on Bajor that has been a long time in coming I enjoyed this story for the most part, and I am thrilled that Dee...


  5. says:

    This book follows Star Trek DS9 Sacraments of Fire, which I recommend that you read before this one I really enjoyed this one Next up Star Trek DS9 The Long Mirage.


  6. says:

    This is a GREAT book for fans of the DS9 relaunch, and even further back Plenty of loose ends tied up from some previous books that I thought they were going to just ignore or forget A newcomer might be slightly lost, but it s still a good read Glad to see them throwing a bone to those of...


  7. says:

    A little slow at times but a good entry for the DS9 series Looking forward to the next one


  8. says:

    I gave Ascendance a 5 star rating because it managed to confuse me There are several story lines, time lines, and several main characters dispersed throughout each, which made it a little difficult to follow I have enjoyed Star Trek novels for over 20 years, and am always happy to see a life further explored, a new species developed, an old species beginning explained There was all of this and , in Ascendance Deep Space Nine is a favorite of mine also, and I was sorry to see the sho I gave Ascendance a 5 star rating because it managed to confuse me There are several story lines, time lines, and several main characters dispersed t...


  9. says:

    Star Trek Deep Space Nine Ascendance by David R George III Ascendance continues the story right from where Sacraments of Fire left off, so you should have read at least that one before starting this The focus here lies on finishing up the Ascendants storyline that was begun during the pre Destiny relaunch books and picked up in Sacraments Now we know what happened with Taran atar and a bunch of Ascendants and, although the Ascendants attack takes place 6 years in the past, it still co Star Trek Deep Space Nine Ascendance by David R George III Ascendance continues the story right from where Sacraments of Fire left off, so you should have read at least that one before starting this The focus here lies on finishing up the Ascendants storyline that was begun during the pre Destiny relaunch books and picked up in Sacraments Now we know what happened with Taran atar and a bunch ...


  10. says:

    The world of Star Trek Deep Space Nine has at times been one of thecomplicated universes in the relaunch era simply because it was forced to a do a jump in the Destiny trilogy that left a few things unexplained Then again, the series especially as of late has been running parallel plots trying to resolve events in 2377 8 what is now the present day 2385 6 In Ascendance , David R George III manages to not only wrap up the parallel universe story arc involving Ileana Ghemor, but The world of Star Trek Deep Space Nine has at times been one of thecomplicated universes in the relaunch era simply because it was forced to a do a jump in the Destiny trilogy that left a few things unexplained Then again, the series especially as of late has been running parallel plots trying to resolve events in 2377 8 what is now the pre...


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