Revelation and Dust

Revelation and Dust

David R. George III / Feb 26, 2020

Revelation and Dust Welcome to the new Deep Space After the destruction of the original space station by a rogue faction of the Typhon Pact Miles O Brien and Nog have led the Starfleet Corps of Engineers in designing a

  • Title: Revelation and Dust
  • Author: David R. George III
  • ISBN: 9781476722306
  • Page: 381
  • Format: ebook
  • Welcome to the new Deep Space 9After the destruction of the original space station by a rogue faction of the Typhon Pact, Miles O Brien and Nog have led the Starfleet Corps of Engineers in designing and constructing a larger, advanced starbase in the Bajoran system Now, as familiar faces such as Benjamin Sisko, Kasidy Yates, Ezri Dax, Odo, and Quark arrive at the newWelcome to the new Deep Space 9After the destruction of the original space station by a rogue faction of the Typhon Pact, Miles O Brien and Nog have led the Starfleet Corps of Engineers in designing and constructing a larger, advanced starbase in the Bajoran system Now, as familiar faces such as Benjamin Sisko, Kasidy Yates, Ezri Dax, Odo, and Quark arrive at the new station, Captain Ro Laren will host various heads of state to an impressive dedication ceremony The dignitaries include not only the leaders of allies such as Klingon Chancellor Martok, Ferengi Grand Nagus Rom, the Cardassian castellan, and the Bajoran first minister but also those of rival powers, such as the Romulan praetor and the Gorn imperator But as Ro s crew prepares to open DS9 to the entire Bajor Sector and beyond, disaster looms A faction has already set in action a shocking plan that, if successful, will shake the Alpha and Beta Quadrants to the core.And what of Kira Nerys, lost aboard a runabout when the Bajoran wormhole collapsed In the two years that have passed during construction of the new Deep Space 9, there have been no indications that the Celestial Temple, the Prophets, or Kira have survived But since Ben Sisko once learned that the wormhole aliens exist nonlinearly in time, what does that mean with respect to their fate, or that of the wormholeor of Kira herself

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    1. This is the first novel of a 5-part event of Star Trek titled "The Fall". Pocket Books plans to publish each book, one per month in the extent of 5 months. Each novel will cover the accountings of a week (time story). The event will use the characters of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" combining them in one big event. So far, this first novel used the characters of DS9 and already know due news that the second novel will focus on TNG characters. I guess that in [...]

    2. If I could vote for something worse than 1-star, I would do it.A horrible waste of time and dead trees. If this was an episode of a Trek television show, it would have been a "clip show". You know, the ones that recycle footage from previous episodes to make up the majority of the content. Often this comes in the form of flashbacks, "remember when". Usually this is to save on a season's production budget. Wonder what the excuse was for this novel.Well, that's what most of this book was. Remember [...]

    3. I'd been looking forward to this book all summer: the launch of a new DS9-centered multivolume story is about as exciting as it gets. Unfortunately, this book got tossed on the return pile 100 pages in. Nothing happens. Literally the entire first 100pp amounts to, the Cardassian head of state is called home to deal with an uprising in advance of a summit meeting, and the Federation President wants to speak to Odo for reasons unknown. The rest is an exercise in needless backstory, appalling repet [...]

    4. Let's just pretend I didn't spend time reading this. Since the Typhon Pact arc started in the new Star Trek novels, the books have just felt off, but still I kept reading.I think this is the one that convinced me to just give up. The whole series of current books in this pack seem to be ham handed political/spy stuff with little of what make ST actually fun. In doses that is fine, but that is all there in the series nowadays it seems. The worst part is the extensive flashbacks throughout often t [...]

    5. The full review can be found on my blog:sonsofcorax.wordpress/2014If I remember correctly, the last Star Trek novel I read, prior to James Swallow’s quite good Cast No Shadow last year in June, was some time in 2004 and it was one where the author focused on Spock and his relationship to a niece or some such character who was coming of age quite soon and was intended to be married off soon after in a bit of family politics. So its been a long time, to be generous. Cast No Shadow really got me [...]

    6. Oh boy. David R. George is one of my favourite Trek authors, but not even he could rescue this gong show of a placeholder premise. It's not his fault! It's not his fault that the DS9 storyline fell years behind in continuity from the rest of the TrekLit universe. It's not his fault that the economic downturn resulted in the firing of visionary editors like Marco Palmieri who spearheaded amazing arcs and it's not his fault that Pocket publishes so many fewer books than it used to.So DRG has to sp [...]

    7. As with most David R. George III books, this was really hit and miss. George likes long, evocative description and character introspection, often to the point where the book drags to a halt and then needs some big event to get going again.You get a huge amount of description of the new Deep Space Nine, a lot of characters thinking about what's happened the last two years, and a glacial pace that suddenly bursts into the big event of the novel about 60-65% of the way into the book.And it ends wit [...]

    8. Trash. I'm done. This hack shouldn't be writing any more. It's embarrassing for the publisher, the writer, and the characters. I will no longer be reading anything by David R. George III. Summary of as far into this book as I got: - "HAHA THE ASCENDENTS, THEY SURE MADE AN IMPACT ON ME." - This is a common theme for David R. George III to use in order to cover up his inability to write the DS9 characters in-character. - Somehow all the devastation from Destiny is cleared up because a couple class [...]

    9. The first half of this novel was boring and slow. I really had a difficult time getting through the first 100 pages, with all of the background and whatnot that was to set up this series. The final two thirds told the story of political tensions and strife. The narrative seemed to pick up a bit, and I was able to zip through the second half fairly quickly. As a whole, this seems like a great big set up for whatever is coming in the next four books. I am excited to be through this one and ready t [...]

    10. A "Star Trek" novel so compelling and adrenaline pumping that I finished it in the span of two hours and refused to put it down? Of course I'm giving it five stars! Alternating between feeling like I've experienced a magnificent new dawn for DS9, and stomach-churning astonishment at an event that turns an entire quadrant upside down, this was utterly magnificent storytelling, on the grandest scale imaginable. If the next four novels in the sequence are even half as good as this opening installme [...]

    11. Yet another book that spends over a hundred pages spinning the wheels before the story begins, then ends on what should be the turning point of a complete novel. It's a current genre publishing convention I've come to despise.I didn't dislike the story itself. There just isn't much story there, it's slow, and it's incomplete. I'm not sure I'll be reading the four follow-up novels. If they're all paced like this one, I'll read the last few chapters in books 2, 3, and 4 then read book five.

    12. This first book of the five part series The Fall definitely feels like an opening act. Instead of a traditional beginning, middle, and end the story serves more as a novel-length prologue to the rest of the event. It works and I enjoyed it, it just may have been better if the first book was it's own story first and foremost. Overall there was great world building and political intrigue that I am excited to see play out in the other books. I've only read the first two books of the DS9 relaunch se [...]

    13. (camera pans from starfield to new station)Imagine a Star Wars opening crawl expanded to 400 pages. David R. George must have had to take a bullet from the team here, as Revelation and Dust is largely recap and introduction, bringing the Niner gang back together on the new station and set the stage for someone to get shot while at its center. George has done great DS9 work before, so I choose to believe he was editorially constrained in this book to focus on backstory for people who haven't been [...]

    14. The assassination of President Bacco was only somewhat interesting for me. I did, however, really enjoy the character development of Sisko and Bashir.

    15. Good storyI haven't seen the entire series of DS9, however I enjoyed this story. I recognized many people and places. I will definitely finish the series.

    16. The initial book in the "Star Trek: The Fall" series, David R. George III's "Revelation in Dust" starts off 2 years after the destruction of the original DS9 & jumps about a year into the future from our last Typhon Pact novel. In this installment, dignitaries from around the quadrant especially of the Khitomer Accords have gathered at the new DS9 for it's dedication ceremony conducted by Captain Ro Laren. It is during this peaceful dedication ceremony (which also includes a memorial service [...]

    17. If you'd asked me a decade ago whether I was a Star Trek fan I would have looked at you like you were batty. I enjoyed greatly the climaxes of Voyager and DS9 as they were aired; the concept of watching a show week-by-week, without recourse to timeshifts, pausing or online catch-up has eroded sinced yet, things move on, don't they? I picked up this book because David Mack's Disavowed came out recently and, having enjoyed Section 31 a great deal both on screen and on the page I was keen to carry [...]

    18. Mit Star-Trek-Büchern ist es ja meist so: Die Geschichten sind toll. Aber nicht toll erzählt.Auch mit "Erkenntnisse aus Ruinen" verhält es sich nicht anders, denn was (rein Plot-technisch) geschieht ist sagenhaft: Die Präsidentin der Föderation ist nämlich auf dem Weg nach "Deep Space 9". Dort wird die neue Station offiziell eingeweiht - und das in einer Zeit, in der die Föderation gerade angefangen hat sich von den Auseinandersetzungen der jüngeren Vergangenheit (Typhon Pact, Borg) zu e [...]

    19. This review is for the whole five-volume mini-series This is a mini-series that spans the Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine tie-in novel series. The bulk of the series takes place in the 2380s – years after Star Trek: Nemesis, years before Star Trek Online‘s resurrection of Data (or, for that matter, his alternate resurrection in the tie-in novels). It’s after the Dominion War, after and during the Typhon Pact series, and is comprised of five novels, each by a d [...]

    20. This is the first book in a series, so if you're expecting any kind of climax, you're going to be disappointed. However, if you go into this knowing it's only the start of a saga, it's not bad.Deep Space Nine has been rebuilt, looking a tad different and a lot bigger, and is about to be formally opened. Dignitaries from across space are coming for the event, even the Romulans and Gorn, whose people were responsible for the original facility's destruction. Among the famous faces are Captain Ro (n [...]

    21. This book could have been so much better. Unfortunately, half of it is about Kira's time with the Prophets, which is amazingly boring. I found myself counting the pages of each section that dealt with her.There are two interwoven stories here. The first is the dedication of the (spoiler for those who haven't followed the Typhon Pact arc!) new Deep Space Nine. What happens when you invite a bunch of dignitaries to a public event? All hell breaks loose (of course), and the ramifications are huge.T [...]

    22. In this Star Trek DS9 continuing novel Revelation and Dust the author David George III writes the story about the dedication of the new Deep Space 9 (DS9) constructed by Starfleet after the original space station DS9 constructed by the Cardassians was blown up. The story takes place between the dates 22 August 2385 CE to 1 September 2385 CE. The DS9 station is in the vicinity of the now closed wormhole near the Bajoran star system in the alpha quadrant. The wormhole that is closed originally con [...]

    23. Der erste Band der neuen Star Trek Serie "The Fall" ist die eigentliche Fortsetzung der Serien "Star Trek Deep Space 9" und "Star Trek Typhon-Pakt", die Handlungen werden nahtlos fortgesetzt. Nach der Zerstörung von Terek Nor (die ursprüngliche Station DS9) durch Streitkräfte des Typhon-Paktes, nach dem Verschwinden von Kira Nerys im Wurmloch, dem Auftauchen von Odo, dem einzigen Gründer im Alpha-Quadranten und dem Verschwinden des Wurmlochs entsteht ein neues Deep Space Nine unter dem Komma [...]

    24. Revelation and Dust is the next book in the Star Trek DS9 and TNG relaunch novels. This book essentially starts the process of a mini-series of books relating to the "Big event" in this one. To bring the reader up to speed, at the end of the previous novel, Brinkmanship, DS9 was sabotaged and ultimately destroyed. Revelation and Dust covers the completion and inauguration of the new, and very oddly designed, Deep Space Nine.Revelation and Dust is very political and aside from the major event in [...]

    25. My only real problem with this novel was that it started off verrrrrry slow. This is in large part due to the introduction of the newly completed Deep Space 9. We, the readers, no longer have the imagery that the television show provided for us, so we have to explore the newer, bigger station through the eyes of the characters in the book. We get to see the new command center (the Hub), the new infirmary (Sector General Hospital), the giant park built into the heart of the station, as well as ma [...]

    26. Great read.I enjoy the trekkion time lined and these series keeps them in tact. The writing flows from one to the other.

    27. I was very pleased to read about the "new" DS9 - and after a few books where Sisko was decidely not the Sisko I enjoyed from the past, it was also good to see him once again as a happy family man (admittedly they still have issues to go over - but that just adds to the characters).The death that occurs in this book would have been even more shocking if recent books hadn't had the tendency to kill of supporting characters that we have grown to enjoy It is starting to get a bit depressing - you ge [...]

    28. Prácticamente 400 páginas sobre nada. La mitad de la historia es relleno con unos personajes desconocidos y que no me interesan lo que les pase. La otra mitad es la trama importante y es absoluta y pura introducción. Quiénes son estos personajes que ya conoces, qué les ha pasado para llegar aquí y que ya lo sabes y poco más. El libro podía llamarse Previously on the Star Trek Expanded Universe… Hay tanto relleno dentro del relleno que hasta hay capítulo y medio contando escena a escen [...]

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