Prophecy and Change

Prophecy and Change Love and Hate Faith and Doubt Guilt and Innocence Peace and War Few television series have embraced this symphony of contradictions on the epic scale of Star Trek Deep Space Nine From the vastness of

  • Title: Prophecy and Change
  • Author: Marco Palmieri Andrew J. Robinson Kevin G. Summers Geoffrey Thorne Una McCormack Michael A. Martin Andy Mangels Keith R.A. DeCandido
  • ISBN: 9780743470735
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • Love and Hate Faith and Doubt Guilt and Innocence Peace and War Few television series have embraced this symphony of contradictions on the epic scale of Star Trek Deep Space Nine From the vastness of space to the darkest depths of the soul, from the clash of empires to the struggles of conscience, from the crossroads of a galaxy to the convergence of hearts thatLove and Hate Faith and Doubt Guilt and Innocence Peace and War Few television series have embraced this symphony of contradictions on the epic scale of Star Trek Deep Space Nine From the vastness of space to the darkest depths of the soul, from the clash of empires to the struggles of conscience, from the crossroads of a galaxy to the convergence of hearts that seven year journey was both universal and personal, challenging its audience with stories and characters that redefined Star Trek s Human Adventure for all time PATHWAYS TRAVELEDThe widowed father struggling to rebuild his shattered life, reborn as a religious icon to millions of believers CHALLENGES CONQUEREDThe resistance fighter who aided her former oppressors in their struggle for liberation and emerged as the leader she never imagined herself becoming TRUTHS REVEALEDThe orphaned alien whose quest for his own identity became the salvation of a quadrant Rediscover this extraordinary saga in a landmark collection of tales that confronts assumptions, divulges secrets, and asks as many questions as it answers These stories, entwined with familiar episodes, reveal the world of Deep Space Nine anew as told by Christopher L Bennett Keith R.A DeCandido Heather Jarman Jeffrey Lang Michael A Martin and Andy Mangels Una McCormack Terri Osborne Andrew J Robinson Kevin G Summers Geoffrey Thorne

    Star Trek Deep Space Nine Prophecy and Change Anthology While this means that PROPHECY AND CHANGE isn t technically a part of the so called Season relaunch of the series in book form, it does make it a valuable prologue to these newer adventures Within just a few pages, you ll quickly see that this is a different Prophecy and Change Memory Alpha FANDOM powered by Wikia Prophecy and Change is a Pocket DS short story anthology written to celebrate the th anniversary of Star Trek Deep Space Nine edited by Marco Palmieri Published by Pocket Books , it was first released in September . Prophecy and Change Memory Beta, non canon Star Trek Back Cover Text Edit Love and Hate Faith and Doubt Guilt and Innocence Peace and War Few television series have embraced this symphony of contradictions of the epic scale of Star Trek Deep Space Nine.From the vastness of space to the darkest depths of the soul, from the clash of empires to the struggles of conscience, from the crossroads of the galaxy to the convergence of hearts that Prophecy and Change by Marco Palmieri Sep , Prophecy and Change has ratings and reviews Lexie said Its hard for me to write a review about Star Trek, or anything tied into it, objectively. Star Trek Deep Space Nine Prophecy and While this means that PROPHECY AND CHANGE isn t technically a part of the so called Season relaunch of the series in book form, it does make it a valuable prologue to these newer adventures Within just a few pages, you ll quickly see that this is a different Prophecy and Change OverDrive Following the publication of Deep Space Nine tenth anniversary books RISING SON, THE LIVES OF DAX and THE LEFT HAND OF DESTINY, PROPHECY AND CHANGE is an anthology of original stories celebrating the television series.

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    1. Its hard for me to write a review about Star Trek, or anything tied into it, objectively. From 1987 to 2001, I watched some form of Trek on TV with my father on a weekly basis. From The Next Generation to Voyager my formidable years were shaped by those shows and the ideals. My dad will often lament the fact I remember DS9 the greatest since its darker tone and more cynical view of Roddenberry's 'future' in turn seemed to influence my sarcastic, cynical nature. That void though in my fannish lif [...]

    2. Most of the material in this Deep Space Nine tenth anniversary collection is pretty typical Pocket Books Star Trek fiction.That being said, the last two stories are well worth talking about. Una McCormack, who later wrote the brilliant Never-Ending Sacrifice, writes the first one, which tackles a few key characters from one of the closing moments of the series as they attempt to grapple with the drastically changed fortunes of their lives (that's the running theme of the whole collection, but it [...]

    3. Everything that is wonderful about Deep Space Nine is distilled within the stories found in this beautiful collection. No "Star Trek" series ever displayed the intensity that DS9 possessed; the battles, the drama, the character depth, even the humourl combined to create something special. Ahead of its time yet timeless -- something best said about both DS9 the series, and this celebratory short story collection.

    4. This year being the 25th anniversary of the first broadcast of Deep Space Nine, I figured I would read the anthology they did for the 10th anniversary. Over all, I enjoyed it. Some answered questions that had never been addressed. Others gave insight into characters. Little disappointed in the last chapter - I think Stitch in Time set the bar high, and anything revisiting that couldn't measure up.

    5. I always love new insights into the DS9 universe. And while this anthology featured some of my favourite characters, some of the stories came off a little weak. Una McCormack's story was definitely the best one of the bunch and mostly saved the rest of the book. Fun for any DS9-lover, but certainly not the must-read I was hoping for.

    6. Pretty good anthology of stories celebrating the 10th anniversary of DS9 in 2003. I'm reading this as part of my personal project to read every Pocket Star Trek novel published.

    7. *** These are my personal notes, not a review! (Sorry, the private notes box is too small) ******************************************************************************1. Story about Sisko & Kira getting to know each other a bit on Bajor, and Kai Opaka (set after the first ep). 4/5, nice read2. Kai Winn tries to return an Orb from Cardassia to Bajor. Many chars, most interestingly showing Nog's evolution from typical Ferengi to thinking about joining Starfleet. 3.5/53. Jadzia conspires to m [...]

    8. This is an anthology of ten longish stories focusing on the characters of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine set from right after the pilot episode "Emissary" to well after the end of the series in the aftermath of the Dominion War. I find that Star Trek pro-fiction can be rather hit or miss--and at first I thought this would be a miss. Editors usually choose their strongest story to open an anthology, hoping those taking a look will be pulled in. I wasn't taken with Summer's "Ha'mara" and left it think [...]

    9. I assume that most readers are picking this book up hoping to find some meaning to their lives after finishing all of DS9 in an incredible feat of binge watching. Further, I assume that many of those readers are looking for Andrew J Robinson's "The Calling", a rare case of an actor competently writing the further adventures of a character they portrayed. If you've read Robinson's novel, "A Stitch In Time", you'll probably love this story. If you haven't, find a copy then come back for this. But [...]

    10. This is a wonderful collection of 11 stories from Star Trek Deep Space Nine covering all seven seasons and beyond. The list of stories contained in this anthology, along with my notes on each story, is listed below:Revisited Part 1 - this is basically the beginning of the show called The Visitor -5 stars Ha'mara by Kevin G. Summers - excellent story which takes place soon after Opaka tells Sisko that he's the Emissary. Sisko and Kira are lost in the catacombs after a bomb explodes while they are [...]

    11. This collection of short stories about characters in the “DS9” 'verse written by professional writers has better and lesser stories. “Ha’ mara” by Kevin G. Summers is set immediately following “The Emissary” on Bajor. Sisko, Kira and two children are trapped in caves under Ashalla monastery. In “The Orb of Opportunity” by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels Kai Winn asks 14 year old Nog to open a safe containing a Bajoran orb. This adventure leads Nog to question whether profi [...]

    12. Of the various Star Trek television series that have aired over the years, my favorite is Deep Space Nine. Unlike the rest, this series had an engaging backstory, intrigue, and a little mysticism thrown in for good measure. I was disappointed when the series ended, but evidently others feel the same way. A host of authors have continued the DS9 saga in print and this collection of short stories features their work. Read it.Of particular interest are the stories by Andrew J. Robinson, the actor w [...]

    13. Wow.Great anthology for a media related collection. Especially recommended are the stories by McCormack and by Robinson.McCormack's story really drew me in emotionally, perhaps because the way to my heart is through books, and a book plays an important role in this story. Robinson's story, great as it is, bewilders me a bit. I don't really comprehend what the Vinculum is; it might be mostly incomprehensible, something experienced in a non-analytical way. All the stuff about the Hebitians, ancien [...]

    14. A book of short stories based at different times in the series. These are all character based plots that work really well. There's even a Garak one written by the actor. My favourites were the Quark finding himself with help from his ex-wife the Klingon, and Jake Sisko the journalist. A very good read. Well worth it if you are a fan of the series as it plugs gaps, like how Julian and Miles became friends again after that incident. A very good read.

    15. Anthology of stories intertwined with the canon of DS9. I find this anthology much more readable than many of the novels because the stories are shorter and more directly tied to the worlds we already know. The stories are new and exciting, but yet familiar.The framing with "The Visitor" was a logical and brilliant way to introduce these stories, with a twist at the end.

    16. I picked this up at the Library after a re-watch of Deep Space Nine made me wistful for that corner of the Star Trek Universe. I was pleasantly delighted by it and I'd recommend it to any fan of DS9 as a fun read!

    17. A somewhat uneven but ultimately accomplished anthology. Some really good stuff in this one, stories that needed to be told. I would have liked to have seen a continuation to the episode "Hard Times," though

    18. Pretty good anthology, but the Garak storyline depends on you having seen the STAGE play that the actor wrote. I couldn't find any version of this written, so it can be rather confusing.

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