Star Trek: TNG — Double Helix: Vectors

{4.5/5} “‘The Cardassian fleet will destroy this station and everyone on it — and all of Bajor — to stop this,’ Kellec said. Again the Cardassian doctor nodded, as if destroying an entire planet’s population was something they talked about every day.”

Star Trek: TNG — Double Helix: Vectors by Dean Wesley Smith & Kristine Kathryn Rusch, published in 1999

The General has moved to the next phase of his plan, creating a disease that has infected both Cardassians and Bajorans on Bajor — and on the space station in orbit, Terok Nor. Dr. Katherine Pulaski arrives on the station to assist. She’s concerned not only about the disease, but also about the Cardassians — including their leader, Gul Dukat.

Although it’s labelled a TNG book, this is more of a DS9 story. It features Kira, Quark, Rom, Nog, and Odo.

I’ve read 6 novels by Rusch. I previously reviewed Star Trek: New Earth — Thin Air.

I’ve read 7 novels by Smith plus 3 anthologies he edited. I previously reviewed Star Trek: Strange New Worlds II.

The previous novel in this miniseries is Star Trek: TNG — Double Helix: Infection.

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