Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Left Hand of Destiny, Book One (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Left Hand of Destiny #1)
With those words, Lieutenant Ezri Dax propelled Lieutenant Commander Worf to the most fateful decision of his life -- to vanquish Klingon leader Gowron in honorable combat and install in his place a low-born, one-eyed soldier of the empire who might lead their people back to the path of honor.
Under the weighty...more
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I’m unapologetic lover of Klingons. When I went to the Vancouver Star Trek Convention, the thing I was looking forward to the Breakfast with the Klingons the most. While on the outside I was all calm, on the inside the little girl in me would have thrown my autograph book on my head with glee just as my sister did when ...more
I needed a reprieve from the hard nonfiction I've been engaged with, saw this on Oyster, and promptly pounced upon it.
I used to read sci-fi and fantasy a lot when I was younger, in the '80s and '90s, but after Iraq, I lost my innocence of imagination to the harsh hell of reality, and began to dissect the world, history, and human behavior for what it truly is. That said, I was (and will always be) a huge fan of Star Trek's Deep Space Nine series, which was THE St ...more
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My disappointment was short-lived, though. This book does a wonderful job of getting into Martok's head. He's shown to be a complex individual, still reeling after the traumatic events he suffered during the series, and who has his own doubts and flaws. That see ...more
Before they can beam down to celebrate with gallons of blood wine a rebel blows up the hall of warriors and another Klingon civil war that breaks out suddenly.
Pretty neat that this novel is co-written by the actor who played Martok. Andrew Robinson(Also the serial killer in dirty har ...more