As the crises on the space station Deep Space 9 come to a head, Captain Sisko returns for the birth of his child and the planet Bajor’s entry into the Federation in this landmark Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novel.
On the eve of Bajor’s formal entry into the Federation, First Minister Shakaar is assassinated, derailing the induction and plunging the planet and station Deep Space 9 into chaos. Investigation into the murder revealed the presence of a parasitic conspiracy threatening not only Bajor’s future with the Federation, but the very survival of both.
Now, after a harrowing and historic voyage of exploration in the Gamma Quadrant, the weary, wounded crew of the U.S.S. Defiant is at last coming home. But the joy of their return is short-lived as the crew becomes swept up in the crisis aboard the station, with many of them confronting personal issues that force them to make life-altering choices. Among those is a grief-stricken Commander Elias Vaughn, who reaches a crossroads in his life’s journey and learns the true purpose for which he was Touched by the Prophets...as well as the ultimate fate of Captain Benjamin Sisko. And somewhere on Bajor, a child long awaited is about to be born.
S. D. Perry is a novelist living in Portland, Oregon. She is currently lives with her husband, Myk, her two children Cyrus and Myk Jr, and their two dogs. She mostly writes tie-in novels based on works in the fantasy/science-fiction/horror genre, including Resident Evil, Star Trek, Aliens and Predator. She has also written a handful of short stories and movie novelizations. Her favorite Star Trek series is the original series, with her favorite characters being “The Big Three”—Kirk, Spock, and McCoy.
Jackie Bundy, treknation.com Compelling, shocking, exciting, enlightening and uplifting. From beginning to end Unity is utterly mesmerizing.
Bill Williams, trekweb.com Don't be surprised if you find yourself reaching for a Kleenex or two by the story's end. Unity is the crowning achievement we have all waited for....This is one of the best novels of the year.
Gregory J. Dolnack, The Storyteller's Archive Let me say it plainly -- this was a helluva book.