Originally Posted by CoW mAn
The concept is pain (didn't we get enough of a Great Expectations rip-off already from Garak's book?) but the execution is good. I was pleasantly surprised by some of the turns the book took.
It was also easier to understand compared to Garak's "A Stich in Time". I kind of got the same feel from the cover if you look at "The Never Ending Sacrifice", but just the covers were similar. Everything else inside the book was totally different. Yes it did regard the events of the Dominion War, but it was all told through different eyes which made it all the more unique.