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This article is non-canon.
This article covers a subject that has been deemed non-canon by either the author or the Farscape licensees, and thus should not be taken as a part of the "real" Farscape universe.

HouseOfCards
House of Cards
Attribution:
Author(s)

Keith R. A. DeCandido

Publication information:
Publisher

Tor Books

Released

May 15, 2001

Media type

Mass Market Paperback

Pages

199

ISBN

0812561627

Chronology:
Canon

Non-Canon

Preceded by

Followed by

Dark Side of the Sun

SummaryEdit

The pleasure planet Liantac was once the greatest gambling resort in the Uncharted Territories. Even now, having fallen on hard times, it remains a spectacle of glitz and greed. Astronaut John Crichton and his fellow interstellar fugitives see Liantac as the source of much-needed supplies – except for Rygel, whose boundless avarice is tempted by the promise of easy riches. Imagine his shock, then, when he loses their starship, Moya, in a game of chance! To discharge the debt, and liberate their ship from the planetary authorities, Crichton, Aeryn, and the others must take on a number of challenging assignments. But all is not what it seems, for treachery and deadly intrigue hides within this... House of Cards.

ContinuityEdit

While not considered canonical, House of Cards takes place towards the end of season 2, between the episodes "Won't Get Fooled Again" and the "The Locket"

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