Real World article
(written from a Production point of view)

Within the depths of Deep Space Nine lurks a secret from Cardassia's past that could destroy the entire galaxy…

Station Rage is a Pocket DS9 novel – #13 in the numbered series – written by Diane Carey. Published by Pocket Books, it was first released in November 1995.

Summary Edit

From the book jacket
What began as a sticky political problem soon evolves into full-scale chaos for Commander Sisko when a tomb of Cardassian soldiers is discovered on Deep Space Nine. While Sisko searches for a way to return the soldiers to Cardassia, the "bodies" begin to pulsate with life, determined to seek revenge on the enemies now occupying the former Cardassian stronghold.
But as the soldiers launch their attack to cripple the station, and Sisko struggles to regain control, another old enemy plots to destroy the soldiers at any cost – even if it means destroying Deep Space Nine as well!

Excerpts of copyrighted sources are included for review purposes only, without any intention of infringement.

Background information Edit

  • An audiobook of this novel was produced by the American Printing House for the Blind. The audiobook was provided on two cassettes.
  • This novel takes place between "The Adversary" and "The Way of the Warrior", as Sisko is referred to as Captain; however, the book jacket blurb (and one erroneous dialogue reference) still refers to him as Commander, and the cover itself depicts his rank as Commander.

Characters Edit

Canon characters listed below are linked to the main article about them. Non-canon characters are not linked, but those that recurred, appearing or being mentioned in more than one story, are defined further in Pocket DS9 characters.

Regular and recurring characters Edit

Benjamin Sisko 
Starfleet captain, the CO of Deep Space 9.
Kira Nerys 
Bajoran Militia major, liaison and XO of DS9.

Other characters Edit

Cardassian gul.
Captain of Exeter.

References Edit

Cardassian Galor-class warship of Gul Fransu which is destroyed.
USS Exeter (NCC-26531) 
Federation starship commanded by Captain Gamarra.
Although Exeter was referred to as Galaxy-class, the ship bearing this name at the time was Ambassador-class.
USS Hood

USS Hood

USS Hood (NCC-42296) 
Federation starship.
Although Hood was referred to as Galaxy-class, the ship bearing this name at the time was Excelsior-class.
IKS N'Gat 
Klingon battle cruiser.
Excelsior port of Galaxy

USS Potemkin at a rendezvous. (below)

USS Potemkin (NCC-18253) 
Federation starship.
Although Potemkin was referred to as Galaxy-class, the ship bearing this name at the time was Excelsior-class.

External link Edit

Previous novel: Series Next novel:
#12: The Laertian Gamble Pocket DS9
Numbered novels
#14: The Long Night
Community content is available under CC-BY-NC unless otherwise noted.