Avatar, Book Two

Kira faces a test of faith that will change her life!

DS9 #029 Cover

  • Stardate Unknown
  • Released May 2001

As the Federation prepares to launch a counterstrike against the Dominion, Colonel Kira Nerys searches for a way to prevent another galactic holocaust. But when a newly discovered prophecy propels Jake Sisko on an impossible quest and threatens to plunge all of Bajor into chaos, Kira is forced to choose between being true to her faith . . .and being true to herself.

Meanwhile, as the combined crews of Deep Space Nine and the Starship Enterprise struggle to stop a terrorist plot to destroy the station and the ship, lives change, new friendships are forged, and the shocking truth behind a grisly murder is revealed.

Written by S.D. Perry


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“I’m sorry, but this is not okay,” Kasidy said. She was talking to herself as much to Kira and Yevir, her words gathering speed as they poured out. “I can’t stay here if this is what it’s going to be like. I’m a person with a life, I’m not some indirect religious figure in a cause, and if you think I’m going to let my child be involved in any part of this particular dilemma, think again. Ten thousand Bajorans dying so he or she can be worshipped as some kind of spiritual embodiment, as some thing?”

Kas folded her arms tighter and then deliberately relaxed them, so tuned to the second life inside her that she almost reflexively protected it now. It wasn’t a matter of choice, her current priorities didn’t allow for choice; she couldn’t have this madness in her life.

“I’ll leave,” she said calmly. “I’ll get as far away from here as possible.”

Before anyone could speak, a man’s unfamiliar voice spilled out of an open com on Ro’s desk, deep and clear and very fast.

“Security alert, the Jem’Hadar has killed at least two people and is no longer in containment. Starfleet medical officer down, needs emergency transport to medical facilities. This is Commander Elias Vaughn, acknowledge . . .”

Monday, September 7th, 2009 Books, DS9, Logs, Next Generation

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