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Call to Arms (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine / The Dominion War Book 2)

(Part of the Star Trek: The Dominion War (#2) Series and Star Trek Deep Space Nine (#27) Series)

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Captain Sisko and the Deep Space Nine team must find a way to close down the wormhole to the Gamma Quadrant before the entire Federation is enslaved by the Dominion. This description may be from another edition of this product.

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5 ratings

Good piece of writing

This book helped me to get an insight to during and behind the scenes of the dominion war that went on during DS9. I hope that other people like it and read it.


This book was one of Diane Carey's better efforts, and one of the best novelisations I've read of any star trek episode. It was really written well, starting off with the attack on DS9 in 'A Call to Arms' right up to halfway thorugh 'Sons & Daughters' inclusive. Personally, I really enjoyed the first part describing the attack on DS9, Sisko's speech, and some details into the attack the Torros III shipyards. This book is a must for all those fans of DS9, and if you're not a huge fan of it consider it anyway, it's good. Go Carey!


This book captures the excitement of the episodes leading up to the retaking of DS9 in " operation return." Following Sisko's fleet maneuvers and Kira's resistance cell on the station, this book is as exciting as the three books in the series which have come before!

Wonderful account of some great episodes in a great series!

Depp Space Nine is the best television series of all time, and the episodes these books novelized were some of my favorites. I like novelizations if the episodes they're based on are good, I hate them if they're not. I was really disappointed on the T.V. show "Behind the Lines" That they showed the dumb Kira part instead of the Argolis mission, and I was glad that the novelization included that part. This series was so good that I read it nonstop and finished it in four days. The John Vornholt Next Generation ones were good too.

Goes beyond being a novelization

The book grabs and makes you feel like the episodes of the show, and it doesn;t feel at any way a novelization, i love how it went in to detail about the emotional states of the crew, and the seemlessly blending of episodes i really like this book, i stay compelled to read all the way through , even though i have seen the episodes on tv , and still the writers has twists that go in between the episodes youll have to read to find out. ...
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