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Summary The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms

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characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 â ⚣ The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms Books ⚡ Author Diane Carey – Citybells.co.uk Based on Call to Arms written by Ira Steven Behr Robert Hewitt Wolfe A Time to Stand written by Ira Steven Behr Hans Beimler Sons and Daughters written by Bradley Thompson David Weddle Rocks and ShoalEddle Rocks and Shoals written by Ronald D Moore Behind the Lines written by Rene Echevarria Favor the Bold written by Ira Steven Behr Hans The Dominion MOBI : Beimler Sacrifice of Angels written by Ira Steven Behr Hans Beimle.

characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 Diane Carey also wrote the War 2 PDF/EPUB ë Distress Call young adult series under the name DL CareyDiane Carey is primarily a science fiction author best known for her work in the Star Trek franchise She has been the lead off writer for two Star Trek spin off book series Star Trek The Next Generation with Star Trek Ghost The Dominion MOBI :À Ship and the novelization of the Star Trek Enterprise pilot Broken BowFor.

10 Comments on "characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108"

  • Jerry

    characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 The Dominion War 2 Call to ArmsI'm not really familiar with Deep Space Nine so a lot of this book was lost on me Still the writing was good and the story felt exciting


  • Damian Dubois

    characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 The Dominion War 2 Call to ArmsA three star book for a run of episodes effectively a ‘Call to Arms’ through to ‘Sons and Daughters’ that are pretty much top notch 5 star material


  • Daniel Kukwa

    characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 The Dominion War 2 Call to ArmsSorry Ms Careythis is an incredibly disappointing novelization for such a pivotal set of Dominion War TV episodes Deep Space Nine deserves betterand you proved you get DS9 like few other authorsso why did this book end up so bland and unappealing Best to stick to the TV version and avoid this version


  • Jim

    characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 The Dominion War 2 Call to ArmsAs a Star Trek fan way back in the 60s before there was ET Luke Skywalker or Groot I was excited to pick up the Star Trek novels as they came out


  • Sean Randall

    characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 The Dominion War 2 Call to ArmsIt was really good to see some episodes taken to the page in this one I particularly liked the focus on Martok who even though he was an important character on the series didn't figure as heavily in the episodes here as he is portrayed on the page yet this is managed without changing the story very much at all which is impressive from a writing point of view and gives us a bit of background and continuity whilst readingIt's a shame the end of this book arc won't end the war


  • Joshua Palmatier

    characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 The Dominion War 2 Call to ArmsIt's a little hard to review this book since for the most part it's just a novelization of the episodes from Deep Space Nine that pertained to the Dominian War So this will be briefDiane Carey does a great job of novelizing the episodes There are a few extras here and there that make some of the connections between the episodes smoother and fill in some of the background between scenes The obvious advantage of the written word over what's on the screen is that the author can go into detail about what the characters are feeling and Diane did a great job of that hereThe opening half of this book is a little rough mainly in the respect that once they abandon Deep Space Nine there's a pause before Sisko and crew come up with a good solid plot thread to follow That section between those two threads is shaky But once they get a specific m


  • Kaotic

    characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 The Dominion War 2 Call to ArmsI would say my rating is a 35 starI really enjoyed the book the writing was good and not overwhelming with one emotional level or too much jargon Plus the switch in writing styles for the scenes from the Jem Hadar's point of view were very nicely done in my opinionBut the thing that kept me loving it was that it didn't bring a new story to the fold like volume one did The Dominion War is and probably always will be one of my favorite archs and the scenes played out in the book were excellent scenes but I had already seen themI don't mind novelization of stories when I go in expecting it but I was really hoping all four books would be something new But I guess 50% isn't bad and at least the writing conveyed what it needed to in a good way


  • Joshua Williams

    characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 The Dominion War 2 Call to ArmsJust a novelized version of some Star Trek DS9 episodes Not very exciting


  • Craig

    characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 The Dominion War 2 Call to ArmsWow where do I begin with this First off the I read Diane Carey's works the concerned I get for how much I liked her initial stuff I don't know if it was this bad all along she got progressively worse This is the worst I was curious how two novels were going to bring together 6 or 7 Deep Space Nine episodes togetherturns out I should have been concerned It's sloppy the whole way through It's like Carey took all of the deleted scenes from all the episodes and tried to dosomething There's no plot here other than what peaks through from the show here and there but it is covered under her misinterpretations of the events onscreen and her sloppy additions This is the worst of Star Trek books this is borderline


  • Frank Davis

    characters The Dominion War 2 Call to Arms 108 The Dominion War 2 Call to ArmsBorrrrr innnng Nah that's not actually true This is really well written and offers some insights that are left out of the TV episodes The highlight for me was taking a look into the thoughts of the Jem Hadar and I enjoyed Carey's depiction of how their thought processes might work But I'm not a fan of reading novelisations and I found myself mostly just looking forward to finishing it just so that I could get on with book 3 of the series Still a very well written novelisation and I'm sure that you will enjoy it than I did