[PDF] Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire | by ↠ David R. George III [PDF] Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire | by ↠ David R. George III - Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire, Star Trek Deep Space Nine Sacraments of Fire The latest novel in the ongoing Next Generation Deep Space Nine expanded universe crossover from New York Times bestselling author David George Days after the assassination of Federation President Na

  • Title: Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire
  • Author: David R. George III
  • ISBN: 9781476756332
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback

[PDF] Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire | by ↠ David R. George III, Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire, David R. George III, Star Trek Deep Space Nine Sacraments of Fire The latest novel in the ongoing Next Generation Deep Space Nine expanded universe crossover from New York Times bestselling author David George Days after the assassination of Federation President Nan Bacco on Deep Space the unexpected appearance of a stranger on the station raises serious concerns He seems dazed and confused providing in a pecu

Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire

[PDF] Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire | by ↠ David R. George III [PDF] Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire | by ↠ David R. George III - Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire, Star Trek Deep Space Nine Sacraments of Fire The latest novel in the ongoing Next Generation Deep Space Nine expanded universe crossover from New York Times bestselling author David George Days after the assassination of Federation President Na Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire

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227 thought on “Star Trek - Deep Space Nine: Sacraments of Fire

  1. A middle book not concluding anything While the novel isn t marked as part of a series, it s clear that you must read at least the novel Revelation and Dust by the same author, that even when that other book is part of another event named The Fall is focused in building its own story than contribute to the event at handE IMPORTANCE OF ENDING SOMETHINGOur mandate is what it says in the Starfleet charter To boldly go where no one has gone before I ve never liked the split infinitive.To go boldly, [...]


  2. Partner pre ordered it and didn t cancel it in time despite me pleading It seems to have come early Masochist that I am, after vowing not to read DRG3 s future books, I broke that promise because I really really want DS9 books to be good, because I really really love DS9.But, no I literally do not know why anyone finds the drivel that DRG3 writes for DS9 since Typhon Pact readable He can t write a consistent character to save his life, he has absolutely no idea who the DS9 characters are or who [...]


  3. There are many things in this story that I haven t even touched on in my review In many ways, Sacraments of Fire is like the middle book in a trilogy consisting of The Fall Revelation and Dust and next year s Ascendance It is difficult to judge the finished story with a lot of the plot still in the air Still, I loved this setup for what is to come and if Ascendance is as gripping as this novel has been, I m on board I m overjoyed to finally have answers to what happened during the time jump, as [...]



  4. What can I say It s got a tiny bit of good stuff, where the plot seems to advance But in the end, it s typical David R George III.I m beginning to think that this man has no idea what it means to advance a plot Either that, or he has no idea how to write a plot which encompasses only a single book.This novel is basically a sequel to Revelation And Dust, which was itself an awful, unfinished piece of literature And you know, DRG3 is consistent, because this is also an awful, unfinished piece of l [...]


  5. In one sense, this novel disappoints Instead of going forward, it s of a closed circle it exists to fill in a gap in DS9 novel continuity that was only hinted at in previous books In that sense, I was unhappy with the book However, I also finished the book in a single, ravenous 3.5 hour sittingwhich makes this one excellent example of how to tread water without making it feel like a waste of time The second half of the novel in particular plants some interesting and ominous seeds for the future [...]


  6. This book started out good and had promise, but there were just too many sub plots and I wasn t sure where the story was going I found out that it was going absolutely nowhere, none of the sub plots were tied together at the end Apparently there is a sequel, Ascendance, but the this book was not marked as part of a series, so I don t know if any of the sub plots will be tied together in the next book.


  7. So we are FINALLY getting a resolution to the long awaited Ascendants storyline, and the author manages a quite clever way of adding it in without killing the momentum of the existing plotlines This is a very dense book, juggling multiple plot lines, and the author does quite well with it My only bitch is it s a cliff hanger and we have to wait for book two Heh.


  8. Star Trek Deep Space Nine Sacraments of Fire by David R George III Sacraments of Fire is the next part in the heavily interconnected Trek relaunch, following up on the events in George s own Revelation and Dust which perhaps leads me to the first and most important point of criticism I don t know why but there s no note within the books lately about which parts of the relaunch are most heavily referenced I label myself as a casual Trek reader, meaning I read the parts that appeal to me but certa [...]



  9. With Sacraments of Fire , David R George III takes the DS9 novels on a bit of a history tour then sets up what could be either something very good or something very bad The book itself begins with the return of Ileana Ghemor the Ascendants as she believes she s The Fire is set on revenge against Bajor Kira Nerys We ve also got events set shortly after the assassination of Nanietta Bacco the station dealing w the arrival of another visitor from the wormhole an orb in Altek Dans whose mere presenc [...]


  10. I love the Deep Space 9 characters and story, but George s books always seem to drag with a bunch of extra detail that s not really necessary I know that can be nice sometimes, but it s a matter of feel whether or not it works.Recently, in George s books, it doesn t.Not to mention full paragraphs sometimes a page or two of recapping events from previous novels Some recap is necessary for those starting with this book, but George goes way overboard At times, there s even half a page of summarizin [...]


  11. While this novel was an enjoyable read, I think I ll have to read the follow up novel, Ascendants, before I give this a better rating I felt like I had turned on a television miniseries without having seen the first couple of hours If I recall correctly, I had started the previous one in this cycle, Revelations and Dust, but not finished it My bad.


  12. I found the book a good read But disjointed Was looking forward to picking up DS9 following the assassination of Bacco But disappointed in revisiting events of a prior bookeven if could mean a change in outcomes Just move along I am looking forward to Ascendant though I just wish they had left the other subplot out


  13. I started this book but found myself not connecting with my much loved characters The story line seemed to drag I put the book down in the middle of it and never got back to it Author was David R George.


  14. Still trying to figure out what I think It at times really does not finish any story lines or build much up until the end it seems to me At times it feels disjointed because it jumps around so much in all the different story lines it is trying to juggle.


  15. I am not sure how I feel about this book it was slow and confusing at times but it sets up the storyline for ascendance which I really look forward to reading as I ve been very excited to see how this ascendant story line goes.


  16. I m glad they re finally getting around to tying up the whole Ascendants storyline that got dropped and I d give this 4 stars but tbh Fuck this cliffhanger I m SO MAD.


  17. Glad to be back in the DS9 universe DRG3 is one of my favorites, and I cannot wait to read the follow up this fall.



  18. This book has some intriguing themes, but it s the middle book in a series of three and it s been a while since I read the first oned the third one isn t available yet.


  19. I ve enjoy ver much the stories that fill the holes in The Fall UFP crisis The most moving is the challenge in front of the Bajoran s faith.




  20. Had trouble hooking me tons of setup for future parts if this series I expect, not enough resolution for a standalone novel.




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