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Objective Bajor The Hive came from another galaxy billions of alien beings living inside a vast biological starship They ve already destroyed one planet using it as raw material and fuel for their endless voyage th

  • Title: Objective: Bajor
  • Author: John Peel
  • ISBN: 9780671568115
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Hive came from another galaxy billions of alien beings living inside a vast, biological starship They ve already destroyed one planet, using it as raw material and fuel for their endless voyage through the cosmos, and now the Hive is heading for Bajor To the Bajorans they ve sent a warning, to evacuate the planet or die along with it Determined to fight, the BajoraThe Hive came from another galaxy billions of alien beings living inside a vast, biological starship They ve already destroyed one planet, using it as raw material and fuel for their endless voyage through the cosmos, and now the Hive is heading for Bajor To the Bajorans they ve sent a warning, to evacuate the planet or die along with it Determined to fight, the Bajorans assemble a battle fleet, but it s hopeless against the overwhelming power of the Hive, and only by penetrating the Hive s defenses to learn its guarded secret does Captain Sisko stand a chance of saving Bajor.

    Objective Bajor Memory Alpha FANDOM powered by Wikia Objective Bajor is a Pocket DS novel in the numbered series written by John Peel Published by Pocket Books, it was first released in May Captain Objective Bajor Star Trek Deep Space Nine John Peel Nov , Objective Bajor Deep Space Nine A catastrophic event occurs in a system close to Bajor and when the crew of the Defiant arrive they see the complete and utter destruction of a planet by a people who exist completely inside a massive star ship which goes by the name of The Hive. Objective Bajor Memory Beta, non canon Star Trek Wiki Objective Bajor features the events leading up to the fall of the Cardassian Central Command, as described in The Way of the Warrior An excerpt of Objective Bajor appears in Objective Bajor eBook by John Peel Official Publisher Objective Bajor by John Peel The Hive came from another galaxy billions of alien beings living inside a vast, biological starship They have already Objective Bajor Star Trek Deep Space Nine, by John They ve already destroyed one planet, using it as raw material and fuel for their endless voyage through the cosmos, and now the Hive is heading for Bajor To the Bajorans they ve sent a warning, to evacuate the planet or die along with it. Objective Bajor Peel, John, Free Download Mar , Dear Internet Archive Supporter, I ask only once a year please help the Internet Archive today Right now, we have a to Matching Gift Campaign, so you can triple your impact Objective Bajor by John Peel OverDrive Rakuten Objective Bajor Star Trek Deep Space Nine Series, Now the Hive is heading for Bajor and they have given the planet s inhabitants an ominous warning evacuate in three days or die along with their world The Bajorans would rather die than abandon their sacred home, but their hastily assembled military fleet does not stand a chance against Objective Bajor Audiobook on Cassette, WorldCat Objective Bajor John Peel James DeLotel The Hive, a huge starship housing billions of insect like aliens, is heading for the planet Bajor for fuel and raw material Within a week, the Bajorans will face annihilation unless Commander Star Trek Objective Bajor Audiobook Chapters by John Jun , Determined to fight, the Bajorans assemble a battle fleet, but it s hopeless against the overwhelming power of the Hive, and only by penetrating the Hive s defenses to learn its guarded secret Objective Bajor Wikidata Book by John Peel, from This page was last edited on October , at All structured data from the main, Property, Lexeme, and EntitySchema namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC License text in the other namespaces is available under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike License additional terms may apply.By using this site, you agree to the Terms

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    One thought on “Objective: Bajor

    1. Jim on said:

      As I am a fan of the Star Trek series, it was tempting to give a five star rating. It is a good read and I can safely give it a four.The Bajorans would rather die than abandon their sacred home, but their hastily assembled military fleet does not stand a chance against the awesome power of the Hive. Unless Captain Sisko can penetrate the Hive's defenses--and discover their most closely guarded secret--all of Bajor faces extinction.

    2. Craig on said:

      Captain Sisko is off trying to save Bajor again! The story was great, the Hive was an interesting race though they didn't really act like a "hive" per-se but whatever. It was a good read, a great Deep Space Nine story and a good lead up to the events of Way of the Warrior - especially on the Cardassian side of things in how Dukat maneuvered his way into his new position. The story never seemed to drag and definitely surprised me in the directions it did go.

    3. John Barclay on said:

      A good one this. Lots of interesting idea of what to do with a totally alien race's outlook on reality. Not enough of an exploration of some of the more impossible things of the space, but then it is Star Trek, so science is the less important word.

    4. Shane Amazon on said:

      It has been five-hundred-thousand years since an unknown alien species set out from its own galaxy on a trek to the Alpha quadrant. Now, after all that time, they have made it to their destination. In desperate need for supplies they set course for a nearby planet. Unfortunately the planet is inhabited, and lives may be lost. Even though these aliens successfully absorb the planets resources, their act has garnered them two new enemies, the Cardassians and the Bajorans. Now each new enemy must p [...]

    5. Kay on said:

      4 stars - This is one of those need-to-read-in-audiobook books. I adored it read out loud, but read the last few chapters on ebook and suddenly the writing seemed terrible! So. yeah, keep that in mind. Otherwise, great story for DS9 fans :)

    6. Dianah on said:

      The story - a strange alien race enters Cardassian and Bajoran space, but they aren't there to make first contact. They need to destroy planets for the good of their hive. I'll stop there. I wish the book had. It isn't horrible, but the book is mainly about the alien hive, a young freethinker and his girlfriend, and how the Cardassians react to the threat. When you get down to it, there is very little for the DS-Nine/Defiant crews to do. It isn't the worst Deep Space Nine book, but it is far fro [...]

    7. Denise on said:

      Took me a while to get into this one since especially the first half concentrated a bit too much on the additional characters rather than the DS9 characters, but eventually it turned out to be quite an entertaining read. 3.5/5

    8. Daniel Kukwa on said:

      A book that illustrates like no other the frustration I have with John Peel's genre writing. Whether it be Doctor Who or Star Trek, he can offer flashes of brilliancebut these flashes are usually surrounded by bland, run-of-the-mill stories and tepid characterization. A real shame.

    9. Angela on said:

      A decent read. A distinctly alien species needs to destroy planets to survive, the next one will be Bajor. All characters act like you expect, but the emphasis is on the Hive and its inhabitants. A good read.

    10. Alexander Bradley on said:

      An excellent read and would have very much have enjoyed this being made into a TV episode.

    11. Aaron M on said:

      Fast story. Author does a good job of turning the Hive into a fairly complex society for such a short book.

    12. K on said:

      Enjoyable. I did feel Sisko was more "Picard-like" than "Sikso-like", but still enjoyable, and a decent DS9 book.

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