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Old August 21 2014, 01:48 AM   #1
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#26 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Rebels #3: The Liberated

MajorKira and the ambitious KaiWinn have never seen eye to eye, but when Cardassian renegades invade Deep Space 9, determined to capture one of the sacred Orbs of the Prophets, the two women must work together to preserve both the Orb and the safety of everyone aboard the station.
Captain Sisko and the crew of the Defiant cannot come to Kira's aid; they are too busy teaching an entire world how to fight back against a vicious invasion—even if it means breaking the Prime Directive!
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Old May 1 2015, 03:45 PM   #2
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Re: #26 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Rebels #3: The Liberated

I'm up to page 60 in this book so far, and I must say that the quality of the writing in this book has improved greatly since Book 2, even though ab Hugh is still working with the funky plot that feels too much like "The Laertian Gambit". And there are still things that don't make sense that ab Hugh has had to deal with, like why is Quark on the Defiant, when the bar is still open? Quark being on the Defiant has been one of those "What we're they thinking?" Plots of the whole trilogy.
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Old May 1 2015, 10:07 PM   #3
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Re: #26 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Rebels #3: The Liberated

The whole story of the rebels trilogy was alright, although I´ve never quite bought Winn´s presence aboard DS9. It was a bit far-fetched. I voted average.

I don´t know if the "title" Sister (Sister Winn) is used among the Bajoran clerics. There are Prylars, Ranjens, Vedeks and the Kai.

I have also found many errors regarding standard terms in all three of the novels.

But I liked how Winn bluffed her way through the Occupation.
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