Titan’s series of books focusing on different iconic characters from Star Trek will next delve into the life of Benjamin Sisko, from Deep Space Nine.
Due out later this year, The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko celebrates the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Like the previous four titles from Titan’s series, the new prose book is written from an in-universe perspective. According to the announcement, this new book will be exploring the “fascinating life of Starfleet’s celebrated war captain and Bajor’s Emissary of the Prophets—Benjamin Sisko.” The book is being written (“edited”) by author Derek Tyler Attico, a two-time winner of the Strange New Worlds writing contest and story contributor to the Star Trek Adventures roleplaying game.
Here is the synopsis:
Discover the hidden history of his childhood and early career in Starfleet and the innermost thoughts of the man who discovered the Gamma Quadrant, made first contact with the wormhole aliens, and united Starfleet, Klingon and Romulan forces to defeat the Dominion Empire. See Sisko’s personal take on his confidants Lieutenant Dax and Major Kira Nerys, the enigmatic Garak, and his adversaries, Gul Dukat and Kai Winn, as well as his fatherly advice for his son Jake.
And here is the cover:
This is the fifth title from the Titan Books series that began in 2015 with The Autobiography of James T. Kirk. That was followed up with “autobiographies” from Jean-Luc Picard (2017), Kathryn Janeway (2020), and Mr. Spock (2021). The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko will be released by Titan Books later this year. It isn’t available yet for pre-order.
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