By Lois Tilton
Ambassadors from all around the Federation have assembled on Deep area 9 for a convention that would confirm the way forward for the planet Bajor. holding dozens of ambassadors satisfied is difficult sufficient, yet quickly terrorists commence a bombing crusade at the station, and Commander Sisko's task turns into approximately very unlikely. Distracted by means of all of this, he's in no place to deal good with the arriving of a belligerent Cardassian commander tough the go back of Deep house 9 to the Cardassian empire, yet he needs to upward push to the get together if his station and Bajor are to emerge from the hindrance intact.
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I had never seen hatred naked before, the lines cut deep, the eyes glittering, the teeth suddenly looking like a savage animal's. It struck me with a slap, a horrid revelation of something hitherto unknown, and hideous; it stamped itself on my mind so that I never forgot it.... Then my father, still looking as though he were ill, put out his good hand to steady himself against the door-post, and turned back into the house. One of the escort cut the rope which held the prisoner's arms. He dismounted, and I was able to see then what was wrong with him.
She did not give in at once, but at last she consented. She watched apprehensively while I cut the lace. Then she said: 'Go away! ' I hesitated, but childhood is a time thickly beset with incomprehensible, though important, conventions, so I withdrew a few yards and turned my back. I heard her breathing hard. Then she was crying again. I turned round. 'I can't,' she said, looking at me fearfully through her tears, so I knelt down to see what I could do about it. 'You mustn't ever tell,' she said.
The area about its point of emergence was covered with the only tiles in the district, so that the thatch which covered the rest of the roof had never caught fire, either. My mother saw to it that the big room was kept very clean and tidy. The floor was composed of pieces of brick and stone and artificial stone cleverly fitted together. The furniture was whitely-scrubbed tables and stools, with a few chairs. The walls were whitewashed. Several burnished pans, too big to go in the cupboards, hung against them.
Betrayal (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Book 6) by Lois Tilton