Devil in the Sky (Star Trek Deep Space Nine, No 11), by Greg Cox John Gregory Betancourt

By Greg Cox John Gregory Betancourt

The Hortas of Janus VI are the best miners within the galaxy, able to burning via good rock the best way humanoids go through air. Recruited to aid rebuild Bajor's devastated mining undefined, the Hortas may provide new desire for the planet's suffering financial system. but if Cardassian raiders abduct the mum Horta, Commander Sisko reveals himself caught with twenty Horta eggs -- after which the eggs start to hatch... whereas significant Kira leads a determined rescue project deep into Cardassian house, Commander Sisko faces a ravaging mass of infant Hortas -- uncontrollable, indestructible, and desirous to devour Deep area 9™ itself!

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She was at least six feet tall, with firm muscles (and an impressive figure) visible beneath her brown uni- form. A stern expression seemed to have frozen on her face. " she said. It sounded more like a statement than a question. Nog's jaw dropped. His mouth quivered soundless- ly, making him look like a trout caught on a hook. Was he speechless with fear, Jake wondered, or simply overwhelmed by his close proximity to the woman's imposing curves? Probably a bit of both: I'm going to kill him, Jake thought, assuming we get out of this alive.

DS9 dwin- dled to a speck, then vanished. Still she accelerated. There was no telling what tortures they were putting Ttan through. "Heading one-nine-eight degrees, mark four," Dax said. That's where the Cardassians attacked the Puyal- lup, Kira realized after a second of mental calcula- tions. " she demanded. "Chief O'Brien had a better idea," Dax said. "I didn't have time to tell you. " "You know the wormhole plays havoc with sub- space--" "True. But I think we can get there quickly enough to pick up some residual traces.

Mercury mixed with platinum, Ttan realized. She regretted that she had never learned the ensign's name. "Shields down one hundred percent," Shirar warned. Her eyes did not leave her console display. " "Open hailing frequencies," Dawson ordered, star- ing in horror at the fallen Benzite. " "No response, Captain," the Vulcan said. The main viewer remained locked on the hammer- head ship. Its prow grew larger and nearer by the second, until it seemed to fill the screen. "Send an SOS to Deep Space Nine," Dawson said.

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