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Emissary : the novel

Author: J M Dillard; Michael Piller; Rick Berman
Publisher: New York : Pocket Star Books, ©1993.
Series: Star trek: deep space nine, #1.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Commander Benjamin Sisko is just recovering from the death of his wife when he is assigned command over the former Cardassian, the new Federation space station, Deep Space Nine. This space station is strategically located not only because of its orbit about Bajor, but also because of its proximity tot he only known stable wormhole in the galaxy. After meeting the other Bajoran and Starfleet personnel assigned to the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Science fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J M Dillard; Michael Piller; Rick Berman
ISBN: 0671789589 9780671789589 0671798588 9780671798581 0671852361 9780671852368
OCLC Number: 27296495
Notes: "The extraordinary novel, based on the blockbuster pilot episode for the exciting new television series!"--Cover.
Description: 274 p. ; 18 cm.
Series Title: Star trek: deep space nine, #1.
Responsibility: by J.M. Dillard ; based on the teleplay by Michael Piller ; story by Rick Berman & Michael Piller.

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Commander Benjamin Sisko is just recovering from the death of his wife when he is assigned command over the former Cardassian, the new Federation space station, Deep Space Nine. This space station is strategically located not only because of its orbit about Bajor, but also because of its proximity tot he only known stable wormhole in the galaxy. After meeting the other Bajoran and Starfleet personnel assigned to the station, including a former Bajoran freedom fighter and a shapeshifter, Sisko finds himself in that very wormhole and in the midst of a metaphysical experience as the alien inhabitants of the wormhole question the concepts of time and love. Sisko, filled with humanistic hubris, begins to explain these experienced, and resolves his painful past.

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