Told with, perhaps, not as much depth as some of the other tales by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens, THE FALL OF TEROK NOR starts out very, very slowly but does deliver with an unbelievably-exciting climax to set up the second book (already on the shelves in the states). Arguably, this writing team go to great lengths to preserve the characters that make up the Trek universe, and THE FALL OF TEROK NOR is no example otherwise. All of your favorites from DS9 -- including an even impromptu but somewhat shoddily written cameo by Vic Fontaine -- appear in your mind's eye as they would on the small screen.
The story? There isn't much that could be disclosed without ruining it for those who want to take a good Trek: suffice it to say that THE FALL OF TEROK NOR deals with the end of all life as we know it!
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