The Way of the Warrior

The Way of the Warrior

Diane Carey Ira Steven Behr / Aug 23, 2019

The Way of the Warrior The entire Alpha Quadrant has been threatened with deadly infiltration by the shape shifting Founders of the Dominion Already the Romulans and Cardassians have been decimated by the clandestine machin

  • Title: The Way of the Warrior
  • Author: Diane Carey Ira Steven Behr
  • ISBN: 9780671568139
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
  • The entire Alpha Quadrant has been threatened with deadly infiltration by the shape shifting Founders of the Dominion Already the Romulans and Cardassians have been decimated by the clandestine machinations of the Founders Now the newly promoted Captain Benjamin Sisko of Deep Space Nine TM has another problem a massive fleet of Klingon warships has arrived at DS9 on aThe entire Alpha Quadrant has been threatened with deadly infiltration by the shape shifting Founders of the Dominion Already the Romulans and Cardassians have been decimated by the clandestine machinations of the Founders Now the newly promoted Captain Benjamin Sisko of Deep Space Nine TM has another problem a massive fleet of Klingon warships has arrived at DS9 on a secret mission Unable to learn anything from an elusive Klingon general, Sisko turns to Lt Commander Worf, formerly of the Starship Enterprise TM and the only Klingon in Starfleet to try and uncover the truth.What Worf learns has a profound impact on the future of the Alpha Quadrant, and Sisko must risk destroying the Federation Klingon alliance to prevent a full scale war.

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      • Diane Carey Ira Steven Behr

        Diane Carey also wrote the Distress Call 911 young adult series under the name D.L Carey.Diane Carey is primarily a science fiction author best known for her work in the Star Trek franchise She has been the lead off writer for two Star Trek spin off book series Star Trek The Next Generation with Star Trek Ghost Ship, and the novelization of the Star Trek Enterprise pilot, Broken Bow.For information, please see enpedia wiki Diane_Carey


    122 Comments

    1. Worf comes to DS9!EVERYTHING IS BETTER WITH KLINGONS!Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is a great TV show and it was visionary on its time since it was one of the first TV series to present long storyarcs even extending whole seasons, which is the standard procedure in almost all modern TV show nowadays (new millenium), but the change in media is hard and I guess that not all audience was prepared for the change, so the ratings of DS9 weren't doing that well and the producers were struggling to achieve [...]



    2. This was a paperback rendition of a very popular Star Trek DS9 episode. The two central characters are Sisko and Worf, who has just transferred to DS9 from the enterprise. The author's task was to take a movie script already written, and flesh it out into a novel. Keep in mind, the story was already awesome. Set in the struggle between the dominion shape-shifters. The Klingons arrive to supposedly help the Federation, but the Klingons are withholding something-that they intend to attack Cardassi [...]


    3. Didn't overly care for the additions to this novelization. Most times I appreciate what the other brings but these ones just seemed more like padding than anything necessary and would have appreciated a little more what was going on in Worf's head from the loss of the Enterprise than I got. There was some there but not enough.


    4. Reliving a great episodeIt's always fun to revisit old episodes and this is another great written edition with the addition of the thoughts and feelings you can't include in a tv show.


    5. This is a novelization of the two-hour fourth season opener of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The book surprised me by being better than I expected. But I always especially enjoyed the Worf stories on the Star Trek Next Generation shows, and these episodes tell the story of Worf's transfer to Deep Space Nine. There was plenty of well-paced action, as the relations between the Federation, the Klingons, and the Cardassians hung in the balance. The translation from screenplay to novel was done reasona [...]


    6. It's by far the best novelization of a "Star Trek" episode or filmd it completely lives up to the broadcast version. Diane Carey seems positively inspired by the millieu of DS9d who can blame her. I read this prior to seeing "Way of the Warrior" on TVd neither version disappointed in the slightest.


    7. Fine adaptation of the television episode with just enough "extra" story to fill in missing pieces and gaps. The only real problem in the extra story is the dialogue. It never comes off as natural for each character is very close, though.


    8. Having never read a Star Trek book this was given to me as a present. I love the tv series, but approached the book with cynicism. I love being proved wrong. Thoroughly enjoyed the story and writing. Is it a classic piece of literature? Of course not. Is it a great fun read? Most definitely.


    9. A bit heavy to read. The extra bits that add detail to the events of the tv series episode are usually the best thing about these books but this time they felt lind of forced upon it. They weren't an effortless part of the story.


    10. For a novelization I loved this book! The author was able to make you feel like you were watching the episode for real. Now I want to break out my ting, ds9, and voyager DVDs and binge watch!



    11. Felt like a DS9 episode. If you liked the show read the book. Fun read. Started and finished book while in line for rides at Cedar Point. Not worth buying . Get this one from your library.



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