Rebels, Book 1 (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, #24)

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Rebels, Book 1 (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, #24) PDF ebook download I enjoyed the book quite a bit up until about 1/3 of the way through. For some reason, the inhabitants of the planet, where the vast majority of the book takes place, are bizarre and distracting from the overall seriousness of the story. The bizarre nature of the natives, for some reason, changes the overall feel of the book. While the DS9 characters are in character for the first 1/3, they too are portrayed out of character in some instances, or just a bit off in others.

Odo is keen to using weapons (which he refused on the TV show), Worf is a clumsy idiot that basically contributes nothing to the party, and O'Brien complains non-stop.

I enjoyed the Dax/Bashier story line, and the Kai Winn/Kira story line quite a bit, and Quark was a breath of fresh air, when he was utilized. I just had problems with some of the characterization on the planet-side part of the story.

Hugh's writing style is interesting and creative, but some readers might be annoyed with his frequent interjections, or find it a somewhat of a taxing read for a Star Trek book.

While there are other Star Trek books that I basically read cover to cover, this one I tended to linger on, not wanting to read more than a few pages at a time. Hopefully, the other 2 books hold my interest a bit more. It was not a bad book by any means, but I can't say it was a very good one either.

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