New PDF release: Antimatter (Star Trek Deep Space Nine, No 8)

By John Vornholt

ISBN-10: 067188560X

ISBN-13: 9780671885601

The Bajoran shipyard is assigned to construct an engine for a brand new starship, a venture which can be instrumental in revitalizing the planet's war-ravished financial system. As Commander Sisko awaits the arriving of a tanker containing the antimatter that may energy the starship, a band of hijackers captures the super invaluable shipment and escapes in the course of the wormhole. while the hijacking spurs a political debate, significant Kira struggles to mediate the dispute among the opposing factions. in the meantime, Sisko makes a determined circulation to retrieve the antimatter. With the steadiness of the Bajoran economic climate at stake, Sisko, Dax, and Odo infiltrate the hijackers, a flow which could have lethal outcomes for them and the planet Bajor.

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The fact of the matter was that time was running out. The convoy was en route at warp speed, and would arrive in less than twelve hours. It was already night on Bajor, and there wasn't a damned thing anybody could do, except follow Starfleet procedures and hope for the best. Sisko would never admit it, but he was still shaken by almost losing his life on that swaying archway. He had instructed his officers to make no mention of the mishap, because he didn't want word of it to get back to his son, Jake.

Patch her in. " The next voice was one that Sisko seldom heard over a communicator. " "Yes, O'Brien. " He could hear Keiko sigh. "I'm afraid I have disturbing news for you, sir. " Sisko felt his throat getting dry. "That doesn't appear to be so. I found crystallized traces of the fixative that was used to hold the charges in place. It's an organic substance called deveride, which the Bajorans chew for pleasure, much as Terra ns used to chew gum, betel nuts, and tobacco. " asked Sisko. "I can imagine that somebody chewed this stuff, took a wad out of their mouth, stuck it to the charge, and slapped it in place.

Until they did, the Bajorans were every bit as dangerous and unpredictable as the antimatter that was headed their way. In his spartan, windowless office on Deep Space Nine, Security Chief Odo continued to page through various Starfleet reports and documents concerning the shipment and handling of antimatter. For two days, he had been boning up on the subject in antici- pation of the shipment that would arrive by convoy in about twenty-four h ours. Having never served aboard a starship, the alien shapeshifter had little firsthand experience with matter/antimatter propulsion sys- tems and antimatter storage pods.

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