DS9 Relaunch - Help? Joined: Nov 14, Hey all, I just finished watching DS9.
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I know, I'm a little behind the times! Absolutely fantastic! But, unlike any of the other series for me, I felt like I want and need more time with the characters. I felt that although the series had ended, there is so much potential for new stories!
So, I've decided to embark on a reading of the DS9 post-finale books. I didn't think this would be a tough task, but I was wrong! I made some progress in sorting a list out, but trying to pick it up at this stage is difficult. My one bright spot is that my local library seems to have a rather robust Science Fiction section. I found a DS9 relaunch book list on Amazon, and I am able to get most of the books from there in the library.
The others on the list I will have to buy, but so be it. One can't own too many books! However, where I need help is in filling in any missing books from the list it seemed like it hadn't been updated in a bit - I filled in a few books from my memory and to sort the list into a reading order. Although I'll make a special exception for anything Dax-related Anyway, here's the list I have. Any help adding or subtracting books and sorting them into a reading order would be greatly appreciated! Joined: Mar 1, Location: UK.
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Star Trek is Star Trek with a starship, not space station. And the one you did place is in the wrong spot. To say that his optimism is missing is a fair point, but to suggest that there was any less creativity in DS9 is simply not true. It takes a Jeffersonian look at international well, intragalactic politics and serves as a metaphorical Fourth Estate to the Star Trek universe, keeping it honest as best as it can.
It was a show that really knew how to have fun by delving into other genres such as spy movies, war movies, dark comedies, courtroom dramas, romantic comedies, and the above implied political thrillers. It knew how to use all these tools in service of its characters which only flourished in depth and expansiveness. Since then almost a large amount of shows are serialized and are generally much more densely packed.
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DS9 had the most talented actors and most diverse array of characters out of any trek. It could have went to a Season 8 quite easily similar to X-files when they dropped Duchovny and brought in Robert Patrick.. Like DS9 itself it was made by someone with a direct link to its parent show. Robinson was given. The guide in the above article is cool.
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I may use it later to decide what to read next, taking into account the corrections by Keith R. I love DS9. For me, it was the most dramatic of all of the Trek series, and the best written. I would love to see one or two of these novels turned into a mini-series or something.
With all due respect, most of the general public who would potentially go to a see a Trek film have no idea who Sisko is or what an Emissary is! A new ENT novel by the pair would be just awesome — especially given the fact that they were writers on the show during its final season and likely had some more stories brewing for those characters. DS9 rocks, by far and away the best Trek series. Great writing, great acting, and an awesome story arc which maintained the interest and made missing an episode harder to do.
Ive read nothing of the relaunch but am about to go pay Amazon a visit However books like Dominion War: Behind Enemy Lines which contradict major character backstory as given in Avatar, are probably not canon. Where will Destiny fit into all of this?? I know its takes place post NEM so wont that make a time jump of 3 years or so? Avatar, Books 1 and 2 by S. Perry I recall reading the two books of the Avatar series with a great deal of excitement and anticipating.
Twilight by David R. George III This is one hefty book. Cathedral by Michael A. Rising Son by S. Perry To be blunt, I think you either had to love "Rising Son" or hate it. Unity by S. Perry "Unity" was the first hardcover Star Trek book I had bought and read in a long time.
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