"Itís hard for me to pick a single winner here among the twelve tales in this anthology; every tale is that good. Like all wars, Tales of the Dominion War reveals what happens when war brings out the worst -- and the best -- in all of us, from the highest-ranking admirals to the lowly grunts and ensigns in their battle for survival."
---Bill Williams, "Tales of the Dominion War Adds Flourish to DS9's History-Making Storyline," TrekWeb.com
"Individually, these stories represent some of the best Star Trek writing ever: frightening, profound, dazzling, funny, and well written without exception. As an ensemble, they give us slices of a huge saga in a way that seems panoramic and well integrated, broadening not only the story of the Federation's struggle against implacable enemy invaders, but the reader's view of the Federation, and beyond. There are few enough Trek titles that qualify as absolute must-reads, but this is one of them."But that still leaves many other stories to tell. The fall of Betazed (mentioned in "In the Pale Moonlight"). The Breen attack on Earth (briefly seen in "The Changing Face of Evil"). What were the other characters in the Star Trek universe doing during the war? What about the Klingon and Romulan POV? Or even the Jem'Hadar's?
---Killian Melloy, wigglefish.com
"We get to see far more of the horrors, and heroism, of the war. In print, writers are able to pull in characters, settings, and ideas from all the Star Trek series, and they do just that. ... Overall, a good collection."And so Pocket has released an anthology entitled Tales of the Dominion War, edited by me. Having not only written plenty of Trek fiction but also edited over a dozen anthologies, I had the happy task of assembling this collection of twelve stories that show the war effort from multiple viewpoints.
---Ian Randal Strock, Artemis magazine, Summer 2004
"Tales of the Dominion War is a pleasant reminder that Trek doesn't have to be epic, and that short is often sweet."Tales of the Dominion War at least touches on every aspect of the Trek universe, both televised and in prose form.
---Tom Holt, TV Zone #180
"It is not often that I read a story anthology and can honestly say that I enjoyed every one. I can say that about Tales of the Dominion War. Each and every story has something singular to offer. Don't be surprised if when you finish this volume you find yourself compelled to start all over again."The table of contents is as follows:
---Jacqueline Bundy, Trek Nation
"This sizzling collection of short stories offers a terrific insight into the Dominion War beyond what we saw on Deep Space Nine, and also features a plethora of familiar faces ... A great volume of Star Trek stories that packs in plenty of invention and characterisation."Tales of the Dominion War has been published as a trade paperback. You can order the book from the kind and benevolent folk at Amazon.com, and you can read an excerpt from Howard Weinstein's "Safe Harbors."
---John Freeman, Dreamwatch #121
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