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Title : Millennium: Book I of III: The Fall of Terok Nor
Writers : Garfield Reeves-Stevens, Judith Reeves-Stevens
Year : 2000
Rating : 4.6667 for 6 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Jono Rating : 3
Review : Nice opener to the trilogy, interesting storyline and the characters are well written.
Reviewer : Moonprince Rating : 5
Review : The Millennium series is one of the best ever written. The story grabs you right from the begining and never lets you go. This book is a good opening.
Reviewer : Brady Rating : 5
Review : The Millennium Trilogy is the greatest trilogy of Star Trek books I have ever read. From beginning to end, it is simply stunning. I found the trilogy as an Omnibus version at my library and I bought it. I looked at the back of the book, where it offered a timeline of the events of the Millennium trilogy. I was stunned, and I knew that I had to read these books. The first one does not disappoint. It is thoroughly engrossing and fulfilling. The entire novel holds your attention fast and never lets go until the final heart-stopping pages. Picturing the destruction of DS9 is unbelievably eerie and freaky. An excellent kickoff to a great trilogy.
Reviewer : Trekkie Rating : 5
Review : The first part of one of the best star trek trilogy books I've ever read.
Reviewer : Ms. Spock Rating : 5
Review : One of the greatest DS9 books! All the characters are spot on!
Reviewer : A fan Rating : 5
Review : Great beginning, the story felt so much like a DS9 episode. All the characters were in character and it had plenty of action
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