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Old May 29 2010, 02:21 AM   #64
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Re: Charting the Novel-verse

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DS9
The post-Finale Deep Space Nine literature has the most intricate and complex continuity of all the Trek novel lines. To acommodate this, the core-novels will be listed as either part of the "Primary Core Continuity" or the "Secondary Core Continuity." The "Primary core continuity" is the "main" DS9 story, and the "secondary core continuity" are books and stories that aren't a part of the main story, but were released with deliberate connections to it.

Primary Core Continuity
  • Avatar book one by S.D. Perry
  • Avatar book two by S.D. Perry
  • Section 31: Rogue by Jeffrey Weddle and Jeffrey Lang
  • Gateways book four: Demons of Air and Darkness and the novella "Horn and Ivory" in Gateways book seven: What Lay Beyond by Keith R.A. DeCandido
Mission Gamma
  • Twilight by David R. George III
  • This Gray Spirit by Heather Jarman
  • Cathedral by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels
  • Lesser Evil by Robert Simpson
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  • Rising Son by S.D. Perry
  • Unity by S.D. Perry
Worlds of Deep Space Nine
Volume One--
  • Cardassia by Una McCormack
  • Andor by Heather Jarman
Volume Two--
  • Trill by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels
  • Bajor by J. Noah Kim
Volume Three--
  • Ferenginar by Keith R. A. DeCandido
  • The Dominion by David R. George III
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  • Warpath by David Mack
  • Fearful Symmetry by Olivia Woods
  • The Soul Key by Olivia Woods
  • Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire by David R. George III
Secondary Core Continuity
Novels
  • The Left Hand of Destiny book one by J.G. Hertzler and Jeffrey Lang
  • The Left Hand of Destiny book two by J.G. Hertzler and Jeffrey Lang
  • Hollow Men by Una McCormack
  • The Never-Ending Sacrifice by Una McCormack
Terok Nor
  • Day of the Vipers by James Swallow
  • Night of the Wolves by S.D. Perry and Britta Dennison
  • Dawn of the Eagles by S.D. Perry and Brtitta Dennison
Anthologies
The Lives of Dax -- While completely consistant with the post-finale fiction, the Audrid and Joran tales are of particular interest to the DS9 series as a whole. It should also noted that rhe charater T'Pau inthe Lela tale can not possibly be the T'Pau from TOS and ENT due to inconsistancies with her age.
  • Ezri: "Second star to the right...", by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
  • Lela: "First Steps", by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  • Tobin: "Dead Man's Hand", by Jeffrey Lang
  • Emony: "Old Souls", by Michael Jan Friedman
  • Audrid: "Sins of the Mother", by S.D. Perry
  • Torias: "Infinity", by Susan Wright
  • Joran: "Allegro Ouroboros in D Minor", by S.D. Perry and Robert Simpson
  • Curzon: "The Music Between the Notes" by Steven Barnes
  • Jadzia: "Reflections", by L.A. Graf
  • Ezri: "... and straight on 'til morning", by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Prophecy and Change
  • Introduction, by Terry J. Erdmann and Paula M. Block
  • "Revisited, Part One", by Anonymous
  • "Ha'mara", by Kevin G. Summers
  • "The Orb of Opportunity", by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels
  • "Broken Oaths", by Keith R.A. DeCandido
  • "... Loved I Not Honor More", by Christopher L. Bennett
  • "Three Sides to Every Story", by Terri Osborne
  • "The Devil You Know", by Heather Jarman
  • "Foundlings", by Jeffrey Lang
  • "Chiaroscuro", by Geoffrey Thorne
  • "Face Value", by Una McCormack
  • "The Calling", by Andrew J. Robinson
  • "Revisited, Part Two", by Anonymous
Christopher L. Bennett's annotations for "...Loved I Not Honor More"
http://home.fuse.net/ChristopherLBennett/Trekfiction.html#P&C

Tales of the Dominion War (various) ed. by Keith R.A. DeCandido

Tales from the Captain's Table "The Officer's Table" by Heather Jarman
Obsidian Alliances MU: "Saturns Children" by Sarah Shaw
Comics
  • N-Vector by K.W. Jeter
  • Divided We Fall by David Mack and John Ordover
  • Connected
  • Pre-"relaunch" DS9 novels whose events have been acknowledged in one of the "core continuities" and stories from other series that connect to the DS9 continuity.
Connected
  • TNG: Double Helix: Vectors by Dean Wesley Smith and Kathryn Kristine Rusch (Character referenced in Terok Nor: Dawn of the Eagles)
  • DS9: A Stitch in Time by Andrew J. Robinson (Referenced in Avatar. Established the post-holocaust Cardassian civilization and the Orallian Way)
  • SCE: Cold Fusion by Keith R. A. Decandido (Features Nog, takes place inbetween Avatar and Section 31: Rogue)
  • The Gateways series crossed over through the entire Trek lit line.
  • DS9: The 34th Rule by David R. George III (Referenced in Mission Gamma:Twilight)
  • The Brave and the Bold book two by Keith R.A. DeCandido (Features Kira and a cameo by Vaughn)
  • SCE: Malefictorm by Terri Osborne (Kira, Ro, Quark, Treir)
  • SCE: Lost Time by Ilsa J. Bick (Kira, Vaughn, Ro)
  • SCE: Wounds book one by Ilsa J. Bick (Bashir)
  • SCE: Wounds book two by Ilsa J. Bick (Bashir)
  • The Destiny trilogy by David Mack
  • A Singular Destiny by Keith R. A. DeCandido
  • Typhon Pact: Zero Sum Game by David Mack
Why is A Stitch in Time is just in the Connected section, instead of the Secondary continuity section? Especially since the Secondary continuity list includes The Lives of Dax (also published before Avatar), Terok Nor trilogy (heavily includes the Oralian Way, which was originally introduced in A Stitch in Time), and Prophecy and Change ("The Calling" is a sequel to ASIT)? Also, apart from being directly referenced in Avatar, ASIT established Garak's role in the post-Dominion Cardassia that was referenced in the later books, includingThe Never-Ending Sacrifice, and, from what I've heard (haven't read it yet), the Cardassian story in Worlds of Deep Space Nine?

Another thing, shouldn't Seeds of Dissent be 'connected' both to the Eugenics Wars books (which I believes it references) and - by the same principle you used to classify Places of Exile as related to VOY continuity - DS9 (even though his family name is never stated, it's obvious that the character called "Mace" is meant to be an alternate version of Darrah Mace from Terok Nor: Day of the Vipers; pretty much everyone else in the novella is a version of a character we already know, the age fits - he is described as an older Bajoran man, which he would be at the time when the novella takes place, and the novella and Day of the Vipers were both written by James Swallow)?
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