The Tempest

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 22, 2000 - Fiction - 304 pages
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When a ferocious plasma storm strikes the entire Bajoran system, Deep Space NineTM becomes a port under siege, filled to overflowing with stranded space travelers, unpredictable aliens, and Klingon smugglers. Wof and Odo find themselves tested to the limit as they struggle to control the chaos that has consumed the station. But even greater danger faces Dax and botanist Keiko O' Brian when they must fly a runabout into the very heart of the storm - and encounter a stange new form of life!

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Review: The Tempest (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #19)

User Review  - Sean Randall - Goodreads

This had the feel of an early DS9 story for some reason. Also, quite weird that I should find Keiko in a central place in 2 novels picked at random over the last week or so.c Read full review

Review: The Tempest (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #19)

User Review  - Greyflank - Goodreads

I registered a book at! I thought it had a nice build-up; but I don't really think anyone in their right mind's going to elect to dock ... Read full review


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Susan Wright is the spokesperson for the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom. In that capacity she has appeared on the Fox Network’s The O'Reilly Factor and Hannity & Colmes, as well as on various programs such as NBC’s Dateline, and others on CNN, CNN Headline News, ABC, NBC and FOX affiliates in New York, St. Louis, Chicago, and more.

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