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Rising Son A Prophecy Leads Jake Sisko On A Desperate Search For His Missing Father Instead, What He Finds At His Journey S End Is Totally UnexpectedIn The Climactic Closing Episode Of The Final Season Of Star Trek Deep Space Nine, Captain Benjamin Sisko, His Destiny Inextricably Linked To That Of The Alien Entities Known As The Prophets, Was Last Seen Plunging Into The Depths Of The Bajoran Fire Caves, Locked In Combat With Gul Dukat Although He Appeared To His New Wife Kasady Yates And Promised Her That He Would One Day Return, His Son Jake Has Not Seen Him Since In Deep Space Nine Avatar, A Mysterious Prophecy Sent Jake On An Impossible Quest To Trace His Missing Father However, Instead Of Finding His Heart S Desire, Jake Is Thrown Across The Galaxy And Saved By The Unexpected Intervention Of A Strange Ship With An Even Stranger Crew Sharing Their Travels And Their Dangers, He Learns Important Lessons About Dealing With His Father S Loss, And About The Truth Of The Prophecy That Sent Him Here In The Process, He Discovers Much Than He Anticipated A Revelation That Will Change The World Forever For Jake, For Bajor And For Deep Space Nine.

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!!> PDF / Epub ☆ Rising Son  ✪ Author S.D. Perry – Instaposter.us
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Rising Son
  • S.D. Perry
  • English
  • 26 June 2018
  • 0743448383

10 thoughts on “Rising Son

  1. says:

    Awesome story of Jake in the Gamma Quadrant.

  2. says:

    Despite some flaws this was a really page turner, as evidenced by the fact that I burned through it in 3 hours when I should have been asleep Oops Could have used less of the almost bizarrely out of character first person memoirs Jakes supposed to be a good writer and uh, wel...

  3. says:

    An enjoyable read which finally picks up the long abandoned story of Jake Sisko.After suffering a ship wide systems failure, Jake is rescued by a group of scavengers led by Captain Dez on the mysterious ship Even Odds Jake gradually starts to enjoy his newfound life on the ship, even participating in a daring mission to loot a storage depot on a hostile alien planet Little does he know he s on a collision cause with the results of a bizarre prophecy involving Kai Opaka and a deadly religious w An enjoyable read which finally picks up the long abandoned story of Jake Sisko.After suffering a ship wide systems failure, Jake is rescued by a group of scavengers led by Captain Dez on the mysterious ship Even Odds Jake gradually starts to enjoy his newfound life on the ship, even participating in a daring mission to loot a storage depot on a hostile alien planet Little does he know he s on a collision cause with the results of a bizarre prophecy involving Kai Opaka and a deadly religious war.Ever since the opening Avatar duology, I ve lamented how Jake s story was seemingly abandoned by the authors and the character forgotten about Thankfully, original author S.D Perry returns to the relaunch series with Rising Son , a novel given over in its entirety to filling in the missing gaps Despite an initial reluctance, I quickly became attached to the rag tag crew of the Even Odds, a home to e...

  4. says:

    The story of Jake Sisko is arguably one of the saddest fables ever penned in the history of science fiction The loss of his mother to the Borg at Wolf 359 led to him being raised alone by a starfleet commander based at the very edge of the known universe Add to the mix the discovery of the first ever stable wormhole linking one quadrant of the galaxy to another, the war hungry and militaristic Cardassians, the peace loving and religious Bajorans, the Prophets, Ferengi, the Founders, the Shapes The story of Jake Sisko is arguably one of the saddest fables ever penned in the history of science fiction The loss of his mother to the Borg at Wolf 359 led to him being raised alone by a starfleet commander based at the very edge of the known universe Add to the mix the discovery of the first ever stable wormhole linking one quadrant of the galaxy to another, the war hungry and militaristic Cardassians, the peace loving and religious Bajorans, the Prophets, Ferengi, the Founders, the Shapeshifters, the Jem H dar and of cou...

  5. says:

    Considering that this is a book about one of the least vivid characters on DS9 that s not really a slam, because the show is so packed with vivid characters the comparison is just such a weird one to make , albeit one with a small history of making me cry should we just watch Nor the Battle to the Strong again real quick it won t be quick because the DS9 credits are eight hours long , and, oh, also, practically nobody you know is in this bookWell, actually, it was pretty entert Considering that this is a book about one of the least vivid characters on DS9 that s not really a slam, because the show is so packed with vivid characters the comparison is just such a weird one to make , albeit one with a small history of making me cry should we just watch Nor the Battle to the Strong again real quick it won t be quic...

  6. says:

    I liked this book the return of Kai Opaka I never liked Her being written off the show so early.

  7. says:

    Rising Son B Well, it took me a while, and a few times to start it, but I finally finished Rising Son I kind of pushed myself to getinto this book this weekend, I found it took me over the same way Avatar did I mentioned in a previous post how I felt the first part of this novel was really slow I mean we have Jake in a significantly damaged shuttle getting rescued by these people and the problem was at first there wasn t really anything interesting about those people They were a retr Rising Son B Well, it took me a while, and a few times to start it, but I finally finished Rising Son I kind of pushed myself to getinto this book this weekend, I found it took me over the same way Avatar did I mentioned in a previous post how I felt the first part of this novel was really slow I mean we have Jake in a significantly damaged shuttle getting rescued by these people and the problem was at first there wasn t really anything interesting about those people They were a retrieval squad, sure, but it was hard to care about any of them I mean when Pifko took Jake on the tour of the Evan Odds, And I think this was one of the longest chapters , I was like this is the story of how Jake ended up on a Jem Hadar ship with Kai Opaka, right When do we get Kai Opaka Then, the adventure at Drang came and it seemed like that was the point the Book really started to take off Jake...

  8. says:

    Fun start, slow middle, and rapid pace to last 20% If I could give it 3.5 stars, I would but I can t bring myself to give it 4 That being said, it was great to read a story JUST ABOUT JAKE and his inner life in the DS9 universe.

  9. says:

    WAAAAYY back at the beginning of the DS9 relaunch Jake Sisko took off into the Wormhole with an ancient Bajoran prophecy and hopes of finding his father And disappeared This book is the story of what has been up with him for the last 10 books or so I really didn t like the first half of this book He hooks up with a gang of space pirates salvaging stuff from the Dominion War and selling it for profit It drove me nuts It felt like Jake had been transported to the Cantina from Star Wars It WAAAAYY back at the beginning of the DS9 relaunch Jake Sisko took off into the Wormhole with an ancient Bajoran prophecy and hopes of finding his father And disappeared This book is the story of what has been up with him for the last 10 books or so I really didn t like the first half of this book He hooks up with a gang of space pirates salvaging stuff from the Dominion War and selling it for profit It drove me nuts It felt like Jake had been transported to the Cantina from Star Wars It s alright for the character, I guess He s all pissed off at the Prophets for using his family, and upset at himself for running off half cocked over a prophecy that he found and let himself get excited about But I just found it boring.It picks up a little bit after they meet up with a Tosk who says that there s some mysterious purpose he has to fulfill, and that purpose leads them to Kai Opaka You learn ho...

  10. says:

    The first half of Rising Son was a disappointment I couldn t understand why Perry thought that we would want this story told from the viewpoint of a bunch of new characters in addition to Jake This is Jake s story, and their perspective seemed redundant.Fortunately, as new elements and characters were introduced in the second half, the storyline with those characters paid off, if not the time we spent in their heads Jake s experience with them made his rite of passage genuinely convincing, al The first half of Rising Son was a disappointment I couldn t understand why Perry thought that we would want this story told from the viewpoint of a bunch of new characters in addition to Jake This is Jake s story, and their perspective seemed redundant.Fortunately, as new elements and characters were introduced in the second half, the storyline with those characters paid off, if not the time we spent in their heads Jake s experience with them made his rite of passage genuinely convincing, although I dispute that so many viewpoint characters were necessary Perhaps Perry didn t think Jake was compelling enough in his own right to sustain an entire novel ...

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