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Rebels: Bk. 3 (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) Mass Market Paperback – 5 Apr 1999

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Star Trek (5 April 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0671011421
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671011420
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 10.6 x 1.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,265,193 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By A Customer on 15 July 1999
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The Rebels Trilogy was a great edtion to the Star Trek Universe and I think it was a great series. I liked hearing more about Kai Winn and here life during Cardassian Rule. I also Think that Daffyd Ad Hugh is a great writer and has done well with most of his Star Trek books!
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"Rebels" pt. 3 was an O.K. conclusion to the overall poor series. I read "Vengeance", also by the author, which was bad, but thought I'd give him another chance; a big mistake. It was the fourth time I'd wished a ST novel would hurry and end; the other three times were Rebels 1&2 and Vengeance. As far as content, the turnaround of the Natives was nice to see, you feel for them throughout the series. The characterization was not the best. I thought Odo was too negative even for Odo, and Dax got on my nerves with her uncharacteristic bloodlust. The most upsetting thing is that we never learn who those people on the cover are! I'd assumed the woman was Sister Winn, but never in the three books does she pick up a weapon (except for a knife) and there was no prominent male Bajoran characters to explain the two men. Overall, I'm disappointed in my self for wasting $19.50 on this series.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8df4ab40) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8ef51870) out of 5 stars Not quite as bad as pts. 1 and 2 8 April 1999
By Neal A. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
"Rebels" pt. 3 was an O.K. conclusion to the overall poor series. I read "Vengeance", also by the author, which was bad, but thought I'd give him another chance; a big mistake. It was the fourth time I'd wished a ST novel would hurry and end; the other three times were Rebels 1&2 and Vengeance. As far as content, the turnaround of the Natives was nice to see, you feel for them throughout the series. The characterization was not the best. I thought Odo was too negative even for Odo, and Dax got on my nerves with her uncharacteristic bloodlust. The most upsetting thing is that we never learn who those people on the cover are! I'd assumed the woman was Sister Winn, but never in the three books does she pick up a weapon (except for a knife) and there was no prominent male Bajoran characters to explain the two men. Overall, I'm disappointed in my self for wasting $19.50 on this series.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By Thorn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I found this book poorly put together. (It could not seem to decide between light humor and horror). I was curious about the Natives and thought that the ending was a bit of a cop out. The largest problem I had with this book, however, was the subtle feeling that the charaters are not represented correctly. I cannot see Jadzia Dax as being afraid, for instance. And Quark is not really a coward, he just does not see fit to hide his fear when it strikes. Don't even let me get started on Major Kira and Kai! All in all quite disappointing read.
HASH(0x8e3a46f0) out of 5 stars Terrible, if not AS terrible as the previous installation. 7 Mar. 2009
By James Yanni - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
At least this book has an ending (and never have I been more glad to come to the end of a book/series.) But this book is sloppily written and proofread, it does a terrible job of characterization (ALL of the characters are caricatures of themselves; Sisko is obcessed with baseball metaphors, Bashir has a callow crush on Jadzia Dax, Odo & Quark MUST snipe at one another whenever they open their mouths in each others' presence, Kira is a hothead with no patience or restraint. The only exceptions are Dax, Kai Winn, and Worf, who are handled completely WRONG; Dax is treated as an insecure, whiny coward, Worf makes a speach to rally the native troops that makes him sound like a puffed-up, long-winded orator (okay, that happened in the LAST book, but you get the idea) and the author gives Winn credit for FAR too much competence in things other than political backbiting, which as far as I can recall was her ONLY talent that we ever saw in the series.

Furthermore, the basic plot was silly at best and WRONG at worst, the author sets up a difficult (and interesting) ethical dilemma for the characters only to let them out of it by something that closely approximates a deus ex machina, the word choice and writing style are rather amateurish, and the flashbacks to 30 years ago, while some of the least-bad writing in the series (possibly due to the fact that I didn't know any of the characters other than Winn and therefore couldn't complain about how they were depicted) turned out to be irrelevant to the plot other than to tie in to the fact that Gul Ragat was the leader of the force on Sierra Bravo II, which really was irrelevant and unimportant to the rest of the story.

Treating the series as a whole, it is one of the worst-written, worst-conceived Star Trek stories I've ever had the displeasure to read. This book was the best of the three only because it (thankfully) contained the ending. A true waste of time and money.
HASH(0x8df2babc) out of 5 stars STAR TREK BOOKS 4 May 2009
By Rondall Banks - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
If you love Star Trek like I love Star Trek then chances are you have already read the series the rebels trilogy books which takes place when the cardassans was in control of deep space nine before it became deep space nine.

Rondall Banks
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HASH(0x8df26780) out of 5 stars Great Book 15 July 1999
By Doug Fraser - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The Rebels Trilogy was a great edtion to the Star Trek Universe and I think it was a great series. I liked hearing more about Kai Winn and here life during Cardassian Rule. I also Think that Daffyd Ad Hugh is a great writer and has done well with most of his Star Trek books!
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