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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Missing (English Edition) von [McCormack, Una]
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An original novel set in the universe of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—a direct sequel to the New York Times bestselling story arc, The Fall!

The entire sector is waiting to see what the newly reopened Bajoran wormhole will mean for the shifting political landscape in the Alpha Quadrant. On Deep Space 9, Captain Ro Laren is suddenly drawn into the affairs of the People of the Open Sky, who have come to the station in search of sanctuary. Despite the opposition of the station's security officer, Jefferson Blackmer, Ro Laren and Deep Space 9's new CMO, Doctor Beverly Crusher, offer the People aid. But when Dr. Crusher’s highly secure files are accessed without permission—the same files that hold the secrets of the Shedai, a race whose powerful but half-understood scientific secrets solved the Andorian catastrophe—the People seem the likeliest suspects.

As tensions rise on the station, the science vessel Athene Donald arrives as part of its journey of exploration. The brainchild of Doctor Katherine Pulaski, this ship is crewed by different species from the Khitomer Accords and the Typhon Pact. Pulaski’s hope is that science will do what diplomacy has not: help the great powers put aside their hostilities and work together. But when the Athene Donald is summarily stopped in her voyage by the powerful vessel of a hitherto unknown species, Pulaski begins to wonder—will this first contact bring her crew together or tear them all apart?

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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Una McCormack is the author of the Star Trek novels The Fall: The Crimson Shadow (a New York Times bestseller); Cardassia—The Lotus Flower (which appeared in Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Volume 1); The Never-Ending Sacrifice; Hollow Men; and Brinkmanship; as well as two Doctor Who novels, The King’s Dragons and The Way Through the Woods, and numerous short stories. She lives with her partner, Matthew, in Cambridge, England, where she reads, writes, and teaches.


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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 321 Seiten
  • Verlag: Pocket Books/Star Trek (30. Dezember 2014)
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  • Sprache: Englisch
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Much Better Than Expected 3. Januar 2015
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At first, I was prejudiced against this book. The first DS9-branded Star Trek book since 2009, and the two main characters in this book aren't even native to Deep Space Nine but are instead the two doctors from The Next Generation: Beverly Crusher and Katherine Pulaski. But to do my part to support bringing back the DS9 title, I bought it and read it--and loved it.

It feels exactly like an episode of the original DS9 series (both television and relaunch novels), focusing on long-term character development and socio-political landscapes that are always evolving. Seeing Federation-Tzenkethi and Cardassian-Romulan tensions thaw even slightly was gratifying. The conflict between the Cardassians and the Romulans disputing some missing prisoners of war was excellent, and the resolution was perfect DS9 (even I did see it coming by the end).

Even though they weren't the main focus, Ro, Quark, Odo, and Garak all feature and are written perfectly. Their characters continue to evolve and grow, but they're still the same people we grew to know and love. The new characters of Corazame and Peter Alden (plus Pulaski's crew) were surprisingly engaging, so much so that I am now going to go back and purchase "Brinkmanship."

There are only two reasons why I did not rate this a full 5 out of 5 stars:

First and foremost, so many of the DS9 crew were missing: Sisko, O'Brien, Dax, Nerys, and Nog are all absent. And second and worst, there are interesting events happening involving these characters (especially Nerys and Taran'atar) that were set up at the end of previous DS9-centric novels that are not addressed at all even though this novel takes place weeks after those set-up events. I'm honestly confused as to what might have happened and why it wasn't mentioned in passing. Still, overall a respectable and enjoyable reestablishing of the Deep Space Nine Relaunch!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Cardassians, Explorers, and Tzenkethi, oh my..... 31. Dezember 2014
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Ahhh, Una McCormack. Her writing style is unique among the Relaunch authors (full of parentheses) and her take on Cardassians fits their political, intrigue-wrapped-in-an-enigma-tale culture and portrayal. Without spoiling it, "The Missing" picks up where several characters in her previous book "Brinkmanship" left off. We get a more in-depth look at Corazame "Cory" Ret Ata-E, the unwitting Tzenkethi individual who got swapped for the Cardassian agent who went native in the previous novel. Dr. Crusher makes a good-sized return and makes yet another female friend and ally (another Star Trek book which passes the Bechdel test.....) And, as the first chapter intro on Amazon suggests, we get a lot more of the likably dour Dr. Katherine Pulaski -- with absolutely no mention of any repercussions from her involvement with helping solve the Andorian fertility crisis. I'd have liked to have at least some inkling of what happened after the events of "A Ceremony of Losses." But we get some Odo (well-written); more Captain Ro (one first-contact moment in particular made me burst out laughing, because I'd have done the EXACT same thing); and even some Garak (even more well-written -- every word I could hear in Andrew Robinson's voice). And we get the alien-flavor-of-the-week, the People of the Open Sky, who were described as the equivalent of interstellar hippy-gypsies whom I actually grew to like in most respects.

One detail I felt was an inconsistency: the Cardassian attitude towards orphans. The Cardassians involved seemed to have grown a lot more empathetic to their plight than would be inferred from the Natima Lang passages in the Terok Nor trilogy, and also from "The Never Ending Sacrifice" -- another Una McCormack offering. When did the Cardies become so bloody sympathetic? It's insidious. And cloying. They're becoming just like the Federation. ;)

Basically a quick, pleasant read, not a lot of surprises. It feels like a bit of filler for the next story, but it's tasty filler.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen *spoilers* Well written. Not great, but quite good. 2. Januar 2015
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A generally good read. I enjoyed the first half more than the last because the character development is very good.I always enjoyed Odo. Down to earth, passionate about justice and injustice, no nonsense. I also enjoy Garak's wit. Garak only appears a few times but his repartee always leaves me wanting more. I don't remember Dr Pulaski being so unpleasantly blunt, but McCormack did a good job making her come across as such here. Glad she became friends with Beverly. Frankly, the part I glossed over the most was one of the main storylines,Cory the glowing alien. Seemed quite dull really.

Sorry. I'm rambling.

Guess it's a good book, nice to have a more DS9 centric novel even though there are threads to TNG via Beverly Crusher and Captain Picard's journal entries.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Nothing missing about it. 2. Januar 2015
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I liked this novel but didn't love it as much I have some of the other winter/Fall 2014 books like Disavowed. It just felt incomplete, maybe because I'm so used to reading the various series' that have come out like the Fall, Voyager in the DQ, etc. Ms. McCormack has a real gift for dialogue as I could definitely hear the characters through the book. She uses their voices like the actors did all those years ago on TV and that is something special. I didn't think I would like Pulaski but the author fleshes her out and gives us greater understanding from only being Dr. Crusher's replacement in season 2 of TNG. Odo, Quark, Garak, and Ro were absolutely perfect in every scene. Nice to see Odo given a greater role in a novel than just guest star from the Gamma Quadrant.

My only real (minor) irritation is that we have no idea where this goes next and that's the great thing about Trek lit..
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3.0 von 5 Sternen A slightly above average read 20. Januar 2015
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I appreciated this book because it harkens back to the days of the old DS9. A much more typical story about the station which was very refreshing from the fast paced, universe complicated DS9 follow on story arc that has been constructed by many authors. I do hope this arc continues!
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