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Old May 3 2014, 12:19 AM   #16
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Re: What Has Andrew Robinson (Garak) Been Up To Lately?

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FWIW I think it makes perfect canonical sense for Garak to be given a highly visible position of power on Cardassia after the war.

Just because the Federation is the only major power not inclined to come in and conquer them immediately in their highly vulnerable state, and he's the most popular Cardassian in the Federation by a wide margin.
That all implies the Federation has any say in who gets to govern Cardassia. And that's hardly the Federation's style, or at least it shouldn't be.
I think you misread my post.

Garak would not be placed in a position of power by the Federation. Garak would be placed in a position of power by Cardassians who see the Federation as the only thing preventing the Klingons and Romulans from going 'Fall of Centauri Prime' on their asses.
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Old May 3 2014, 12:23 AM   #17
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Re: What Has Andrew Robinson (Garak) Been Up To Lately?

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Whatever he's doing, I do wish he would write another Star Trek book. His first, "A Stitch in Time", was an excellent read.
This! A hundred times this! "A Stitch in Time" is easily my favorite DS9 book, and 4th on my favorite Trek books list.
For those who are not aware, Andrew did write a sequel to A Stitch in Time - a short story titled "The Calling" which appears in the DS9 anthology Prophecy and Change.

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Old May 7 2014, 03:14 AM   #18
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This! A hundred times this! "A Stitch in Time" is easily my favorite DS9 book, and 4th on my favorite Trek books list.
For those who are not aware, Andrew did write a sequel to A Stitch in Time - a short story titled "The Calling" which appears in the DS9 anthology Prophecy and Change.

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Oh wow, I did not know he did write a sequel to a "stitch in time". Honestly, from reading the synopsis though, I think I will keep with ASIT. It seems less depressing, though the un-resolved love story from that book is something that kind of bothers me.
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Old May 7 2014, 03:34 AM   #19
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Re: What Has Andrew Robinson (Garak) Been Up To Lately?

Oh wow, I remember this guy. Specifically because he was so good, had great eyes and I remembered him from Dirty Harry.

Those eyes just sparkled.
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