Set on a space station rather than a ship, Deep Space Nine is unique in the Star Trek universe. Its setting has helped to develop ongoing storylines, unparallelled character growth and a host of recurring characters with whom the lives of its regular crew has entertwined and collided over seven exciting, turbulent, heart-stopping years. What will happen to Sisko and Jake, Dax, Worf, O'Brien and Kira, Odo and Dr Bashir? What lies in store for Quark and Rom and Leeta, for Garak, Dukat, Weyoun and Damar? What is the fate of the Prophets, and of the planet Bajor? Deep Space Nine fans have theories of their own, and speculation on the Internet is rife. But the answer lies only in the special two-hour final episode to be screened in the USA in June (first UK screening end 1999) - and here in the pages of Diane Carey's must-have final episode novelization.
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