By John Vornholt
The Bajoran shipyard is assigned to construct an engine for a brand new starship, a venture which can be instrumental in revitalizing the planet's war-ravished economic climate. As Commander Sisko awaits the arriving of a tanker containing the antimatter that may energy the starship, a band of hijackers captures the super helpful shipment and escapes throughout the wormhole. while the hijacking spurs a political debate, significant Kira struggles to mediate the dispute among the opposing factions. in the meantime, Sisko makes a determined circulation to retrieve the antimatter. With the steadiness of the Bajoran financial system at stake, Sisko, Dax, and Odo infiltrate the hijackers, a movement that can have lethal results for them and the planet Bajor.
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Why couldn't people accept peace and progress? His troubled thoughts turned to his arrival on Deep Space Nine, when he had hated the assignment, had hated the station, and, most of all, had hated Captain Jean-Luc Picard. He had been one breath away from resigning from Starfleet over his combined hatreds, and now he couldn't imagine a more demanding and fulfilling post in all of Starfleet than DS9. He knew from firsthand experience that peace was hard to accept, because it meant giving up treasured hatreds.
I don't think we should wait until the antimatter arrives and the Hannibal is officially launched. I think we should send a crew down to that starship, demand that they raise it from the bay, and take it into orbit right then and there. " Dax shook her head. "But the shakedown crew is coming with the antimatter. They're going to want to go over every centimeter of that ship, and check the launch procedures thoroughly. " Kira slammed her fist on the table. "The hell with regulations! If we wait that long, they're sure to strike again.
But before she could tap her communicator badge, an explosion rent the desert air and rocked the walkway beneath their feet. Kira was thrown against the railing, and only her strength and quick reflexes kept her from plunging into the abyss a kilometer below them. Sisko staggered toward her and gripped her tunic, pulling her to the metal walkway just as another explosion jarred the structure. With an awful groan, the archway tilted, and they began to slide across the slick metal into the empty air beyond.
Antimatter (Star Trek Deep Space Nine, No 8) by John Vornholt