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Star Trek: Terok Nor is a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and The Lost Era miniseries published 2008. The series chronicles the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor and the history of Terok Nor before it became Deep Space 9.

The series begins with a prelude by James Swallow showing how the Cardassians took control of Bajor, followed by two novels, both by S.D. Perry and Britta Dennison, showing Bajor under Cardassian rule once Terok Nor had been built.

From the back covers: Before the Dominion War and the decimation of Cardassia... before the coming of the Emissary and the discovery of the wormhole... before space station Terok Nor became Deep Space Nine... there was the Occupation: The military takeover of an alien planet and violent insurgency that fought against it. Now that fifty-year tale of warring ideologies, terrorism, greed, secret intelligence, moral compromises, and embattled faiths is at last given its due in the Trek book saga of Star Trek's Lost Era...
TEROK NOR

Books[]

Title Day of the Vipers Night of the Wolves Dawn of the Eagles
Author James Swallow S.D. Perry & Britta Dennison
Published April 2008 May 2008 June 2008
Cover Day of the Vipers.jpg Night of the Wolves.jpg Dawn of the Eagles.jpg
Setting 2318-2328 2345-2357 2360-2369

John Picacio's cover art without titles.

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When editor Marco Palmieri first announced the series it was as a four-book story. Palmieri also considered using an anthology format similar to Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine or Star Trek: Mirror Universe. [1]

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Star Trek series and films
Television series and related media Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS proseTOS comicsTOS games) • Star Trek: The Animated SeriesStar Trek: The Next Generation • (TNG proseTNG comicsTNG games) • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9 proseDS9 comicsDS9 games) • Star Trek: Voyager (VOY proseVOY comics) • Star Trek: Enterprise (ENT prose) • Star Trek: Discovery (DSC proseDSC comics) • Star Trek: Short TreksStar Trek: Picard (PIC prosePIC comics) • Star Trek: Lower DecksStar Trek: Strange New WorldsStar Trek: Prodigy
Films Star Trek: The Motion PictureStar Trek II: The Wrath of KhanStar Trek III: The Search for SpockStar Trek IV: The Voyage HomeStar Trek V: The Final FrontierStar Trek VI: The Undiscovered CountryStar Trek GenerationsStar Trek First ContactStar Trek: InsurrectionStar Trek NemesisStar TrekStar Trek Into DarknessStar Trek Beyond
Novel series New FrontierChallenger (fm. New Earth) • StargazerCorps of Engineers (fm. SCE) • Klingon Empire (fm. IKS Gorkon) • Vanguard (Seekers) • TitanDepartment of Temporal InvestigationsStarfleet Academy (1990s2010s)
Novel miniseries The Captain's TableDay of HonorDestinyThe Dominion WarDouble HelixThe FallGatewaysInvasion!The Lost EraMirror UniverseMyriad UniversesNew Earth (Challenger) • PreyPrometheusRise of the FederationSection 31Terok NorTyphon PactCoda
Comic series Star Trek UnlimitedEarly VoyagesStar Trek (IDW series) • Starfleet Academy (MarvelIDW) • Waypoint
Games Starfleet AcademyStar Trek Online
Other Starfleet AcademyStarship Trekkers

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