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Title : Millennium: Book 3 : Inferno
Writers : Garfield Reeves-Stevens, Judith Reeves-Stevens
Year : 2000
Rating : 4.6000 for 5 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Jono Rating : 4
Review : Good conclusion to the story, though it is a bit confusing when you read it the first time. Overall a great series.
Reviewer : Brady Rating : 4
Review : Inferno is the weak link of the Millennium Trilogy. While excellent, it is extremely complicated and difficult to understand. The metaphysical stuff in is is very confusing. It does provide a very satisfactory ending to the trilogy, but it is very hard to understand. The Millennium Trilogy is not just a must for DS9 fans, but a must for any avid Star Trek fan.
Reviewer : Ms Spock Rating : 5
Review : A great conclusion to the millennium trilogy!
Reviewer : Trekkie Rating : 5
Review : A great read
Reviewer : A fan Rating : 5
Review : Great finale for the Millennium trilogy. Every DS9 fan should read it, it's propably the best DS9 books there are.
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