The Soul Key

The Soul Key

Olivia Woods / Jul 22, 2019

The Soul Key Continuing the events from Star Trek Fearful Symmetry a new novel in the ongoing Deep Space Nine series set after the end of the critically acclaimed television series Captain Kira s lookalike Ilian

  • Title: The Soul Key
  • Author: Olivia Woods
  • ISBN: 9781439107928
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback
  • Continuing the events from Star Trek Fearful Symmetry, a new novel in the ongoing Deep Space Nine series set after the end of the critically acclaimed television series.Captain Kira s lookalike, Iliana Ghemor, dreams of fulfilling a prophecy that will mark her as the one true Emissary of the mirror universe a messianic figure who will lead her followers into a war that c Continuing the events from Star Trek Fearful Symmetry, a new novel in the ongoing Deep Space Nine series set after the end of the critically acclaimed television series.Captain Kira s lookalike, Iliana Ghemor, dreams of fulfilling a prophecy that will mark her as the one true Emissary of the mirror universe a messianic figure who will lead her followers into a war that could trigger the cleansing of countless alternate Kiras in countless parallel realities But the stakes are higher than anyone imagines, for the pull of destiny tugs at other souls who are swept into the vortex of the Prophets, remote and timeless beings who have set these events in motion Yet the outcome of this struggle for the fate of one universe will ripple across many others, giving shape to a future that will prove to be greatest trial yet for the heroes of station Deep Space 9.

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    1. "Soul Key" does an admirable job tying up the mirror universe plotline, but it does so at a tremendous price to the narrative. The first half of the book is devoted to filling in gaps and explaining the series of plot points and twists that have been spun out for the last few DS9 relaunch novels through a variety of flashback scenes. This frustrating series of minor revelations does not make the book a particularly enjoyable read, instead frustrating the reader by filling in mundanely and withou [...]


    2. When I first read The Soul Key, it was with a certain amount of trepidation, as I knew that the story was left hanging with Deep Space Nine having moved forward in time to catch up with the rest of the post-Nemesis novel continuity. I was not eager to read a setup that would never have a satisfying conclusion. However, now that David R. George's upcoming Deep Space Nine novels are endeavoring to answer the questions left at the end of The Soul Key, I found this reread to be much more satisfying! [...]


    3. Solid continuation and conclusion of the story begun in "Fearful Symmetry". If you read that book and hated it, don't read this one; if you read that book and liked it, you'll need to read this one to see ho wit all comes out. If you haven't read that one yet, DON'T read this one before you do, and I wouldn't read either if you aren't a fan of Deep Space 9 from either the show or previous books; it won't stand on its own without a familiarity with the background. But for a fan of the series, the [...]


    4. Wow, what a story. I really enjoyed it. The authors (esp this one) has really gotten me enjoying the mirror universe, a concept I really did not care for on TV. The cliffhanger was awesome!


    5. OK, yes I'm a huge Trekkie! I love the DS9 relaunch. As soon as I finished this book I went to my local video store and rented Alternate Realities and watched the original Mirror Universe episode from TOS and then 3 episodes from DS9 who absolutely loved the Mirror Universe as they did 5 episodes over there. The mirror universe books (while I can only imagine must have been confusing for the Author to keep 3 Kira's separate in and 2 Ghemors - of course, two of the Kiras are Ghemors. Nevermind)ar [...]


    6. It’s been quite awhile since I read any of the Star Trek DS9 relaunches. This one is about the alternate universe and alternatively Kira, the Intendent, Iliani Ghemor who is a Cardassian Obsidian Order operative surgically altered to look exactly like Kira. We find out in this book why Taran’ator betrayed Kira, Odo and Star Fleet. Quark asks Ezri a question:“There’s a nasty rumor going around that you’re thinking of moving on – as in, transferring off the station. There wouldn’t be [...]


    7. The next story in the Deep Space Nine relaunch continues with the alternate universe. In "The Soul Key" "Kira" tries to complete her plan in becoming the Emissary for the alternate side. Unlike the previous novel in this alternate universe story arc, this one does not have quite so many flashbacks but they are still there. The majority of this novel does take place on the alternate side and is much more brutal than the "Prime" universe we all know so well. Ultimately, this book left several door [...]


    8. Dies ist der 19. und letzte Band der orginalen Star Trek-Serie, die nach dem Ende der TV-Serie weiterentwickelt wurde und in einem stringenten Star Trek Kanon übergeführt wurde. Dieses Ende wurde dadurch eingeleitet, weil Marco Palmieri, der Initiator dieser Star Trek Romanserien, bei seinem Verlag entlassen wurde.Das offene Ende des Romans wurde jedoch in den Serien "Typhon-Pact" und "The Fall" weiterentwickelt, so dass Deep Space Nine und deren Charaktere weiterbestehen und weiterentwickelt [...]


    9. Picking up pretty much exactly where Fearful Symmetry left off, "The Soul Key" continues the tale of Illiana Ghemor and her quest to become Emissary of alternate BajorThe return to the alternate universe was fun, it was great to see how things had carried on there after the series. The book also took a deeper look into the mythology of the prophets and their overall plan. This was interesting too. After a slow start, the books picks up and I found it hard to put down.


    10. The saga continues. The Cardassian was was changed to look like Kira goes to the Mirror universe and decides to become the Emissary. She needs to be stopped. A lot of time is spent on her back story, and it is a direct sequel to the book before. It has a few nice twists but didnt really grab me. A good read.


    11. I enjoyed the book, but was annoyed by one thing. The previous book in the series was almost all a flashback to events in the past, so I was looking forward to moving forward to events moving forward. Admittedly, moch less of this book was flashbacks, but it was enough that I felt the events in the "present" was being given short shrift.


    12. I very much enjoyed this book. The story is the third of a three-book story that started with Warpath and Fearful Symmetry. The shorts of it: Finally, some action!



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