By Andrew J. Robinson
For almost a decade Garak has longed for only one factor -- to head domestic. Exiled on an area station, surrounded by means of extraterrestrial beings who detest and mistrust him, going again to Cardassia has been Garak's one dream. Now, ultimately, he's domestic. yet house is a global whose panorama is full of demise and destruction. Desperation and mud are consistent partners and comfort is a tumbler of fresh water and a hot position to sleep.
Ironically, it's a letter from one of many extraterrestrial beings on that area station, Dr. Julian Bashir, that evokes Garak to examine the cloth of his lifestyles. Elim Garak has been a pupil, a gardener, a undercover agent, an exile, a tailor, even a liberator. it's a lifestyles that used to be charted through the forces of Cardassian society with little or no figuring out of the individual, or even much less compassion.
But it's the tailor that is familiar with who Elim Garak was once, and what he might be. it's the tailor who sees the ruined textile of Cardassia, and who is familiar with find out how to carry this ravaged society again jointly. this is often unusual, simply because a tailor is the single factor Garak by no means desired to be. however it is the tailor whom either Cardassia and Elim Garak desire. it's the tailor who can placed the items jointly, who can take a sew in time.
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She could see the river from her window, and Mexico. Lippy told her she could make a fortune if she cared to establish herself in Mexico, but Lorena didn’t care to. From what she could see of the country it didn’t look any more interesting than Texas, and the men stunk just as bad as Texans, if not worse. Gus McCrae claimed to have been to San Francisco, and would talk to her for hours about how blue the water was in the bay, and how the ships came in from everywhere. In the end he overtalked it, like he did everything.
He carried a plain old clasp in his pocket and used it mainly for cutting his toenails. In the old days, when they all lived mostly off game, he had carried a good skinning knife as a matter of necessity, but he had no regard at all for the knife as a fighting weapon. So far as he was concerned, the invention of the Colt revolver had rendered all other short-range weapons obsolete. It was a minor irritant that he had to spend virtually every night of his life listening to Bol grind his blade away.
Pea Eye claimed that he was a better pistol shot than Captain Call, though it was hard for Newt to imagine anyone being better at anything than Captain Call. He didn’t want the fight to happen, because it would mean the end of Bol, and despite a slight nervousness about Bol’s bandit friends, he did like Bol. The old man had given him a serape once, to use as a blanket, and had let him have the bottom bunk when he was sick with jaundice. If Mr. Gus shot him it would mean Newt had one less friend.
A Stitch in Time (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Book 27) by Andrew J. Robinson