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These Haunted Seas (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

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It is a time of renewed hope. As the U.S.S. Defiant sails through the wormhole and charts a new course of discovery into the unknown ocean of the Gamma Quadrant, powerful individuals from distant worlds gather at station Deep Space 9™ to usher in a bright new era; with the Dominion War now only a memory, Bajor is poised at last to enter the Federation. For Colone ...more
Paperback, 709 pages
Published June 17th 2008 by Pocket Books/Star Trek
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This book contains the first two novels in the Mission Gamma series, a continuation of the plot after the television show ended with season seven. You can start here without reading the first relaunch novels without any problems since the previous stories are clearly summarized here.

The Defiant heads into the Gamma quadrant to explore while Bajor works to enter the Federation. Each book in the series contains a new experience in the Gamma quadrant while the Bajoran arc continues. In Twilight, th
This is actually the first two books of the Mission Gamma series of the Deep Space Nine relaunch. The first of the two books, "Twilight," deals with Vaughn and his daughter with their strained relationship while exploring a deserted "ghost world." This book also explores Ezri and her command abilities. Back on the station, Kira is trying to work with the Federation and their relationship with Bajor. Twilight is less of a "fun" Star Trek novel and more of a deep and emotional one. In a sense, thi ...more
This book was enormous and took a long time for me to read. The reason for that was These Haunted Seas are two books--Twilight and This Gray Spirit.

If you're a fan of DS9, you will love the so-called Season 8. This wasn't the first Season 8 book I've read so the suspense and tension was somewhat lacking. I knew what was going to happen in certain plot points. I still enjoyed it though.

Twilight was the more emotional book as it dealt with the relationship between Vaughn and Prynn and also Ezri's
I read half of this book, and liked it. "Twilight" by David R. George III is pretty good. It starts out kind of slow, but once it picks up things get interesting quickly both on Defiant as it explores the Gamma quadrant and on DS9 as Bajor deals with potential Federation membership. I thought the characters were well done and introspective, dealing with complex personal and societal shifts for many of them. I'd definitely recommend this part of this collection to any fan of DS9.

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Justin Robertson
Part of the official 'Season 8' of arguably the best Trek series.
Includes: Mission Gamma 1 "Twilight" and Mission Gamma 2 "This Gray Spirit"
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