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Book 14 of 15 in the STARGATE ATLANTIS Series. Stargate Atlantis: Secrets (Stargate Atlantis Legacy Book 5) (Stargate Atlantis Legacy) by Jo Graham, Melissa Scott (January 1, 2012) Paperback SGA-20.

Book 14 of 15 in the STARGATE ATLANTIS Series. Stargate Atlantis: Unascended (Stargate Atlantis Legacy Book 7). Jo Graham. Stargate Atlantis: Homecoming: SGA-16 (Stargate Atlantis Legacy).

A really good SGA book - the main story line was the type you would expect from a good episode, but the author took the time to delve into the character's history some - and did a really good job.

DEATH GAME by Jo Graham An original publication of Fandemonium Ltd, produced under . Sga 14 death game, . Joe flanigan torri higginson rachel luttrell jason momoa.

DEATH GAME by Jo Graham An original publication of Fandemonium Ltd, produced under license from MGM Consumer Products. SGA-14 Death Game, . with PAUL McGILLION as Dr. Carson Beckett and DAVID HEWLETT as Dr. McKay. Executive Producers BRAD WRIGHT & ROBERT C. COOPER. Created by BRAD WRIGHT & ROBERT C. STARGATE ATLANTIS is a trademark of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.

Stargate Atlantis: Death Game is a novel by Fandemonium, which was written by Jo Graham. Colonel John Sheppard knows it's going to be a bad day when he wakes up in a downed Puddle Jumper with a head wound and no memory of how he got there. Things don't get any better. Concussed, far from the Stargate, and with his only remaining teammate, Teyla, injured, Sheppard soon finds himself a prisoner of the local population

Stargate Atlantis: Death Game: SGA-14. Book in the Stargate Atlantis Series). Colonel John Sheppard wakes up on an alien world in the wreckage of a Puddle Jumper - and can't remember how he got there

Stargate Atlantis: Death Game: SGA-14. Colonel John Sheppard wakes up on an alien world in the wreckage of a Puddle Jumper - and can't remember how he got there. Putting the pieces together, he discovers his team is scattered across a tropical archipelago, unable to communicate with each other or return to the Stargate.

Читать онлайн "Death Game". Автор Грэм Джо. Annotation. Colonel John Sheppard knows it's going to be a bad day when he wakes up in a downed Jumper with a head wound and no memory of how he got there. Concussed, far from the Stargate, and with his only remaining team mate, Teyla, injured, Sheppard soon finds himself a prisoner of the local population. And as he gradually pieces the situation together he realises that his team is scattered across a tropical archipelago, unable to communicate with each other or return to the Stargate.

3. Stargate Atlantis: Death Game: SGA-14. Graham, Jo. Published by Fandemonium Books (2010)

3. Published by Fandemonium Books (2010). ISBN 10: 1905586477 ISBN 13: 9781905586479.

The Lost (Book 2 in the Legacy series)". Jo Graham & Amy Griswold.

Season 2. July, 2010 (July, 2010). The Lost (Book 2 in the Legacy series)". Post-Season 5. February, 2011 (February, 2011).

Producer Fandemonium Books. Putting the pieces together, he discovers his team is scattered across a tropical archipelago, unable to communicate with each other or return to the Stargate

Producer Fandemonium Books. Pages 320. Year of production 2010.

Putting the pieces together, he discovers his team is scattered across a tropical archipelago, unable to communicate with each other or return to the Stargate.

Colonel John Sheppard wakes up on an alien world in the wreckage of a Puddle Jumper - and can't remember how he got there. Putting the pieces together, he discovers his team is scattered across a tropical archipelago, unable to communicate with each other or return to the Stargate. Prisoners of the local population, Sheppard and Teyla are taken as tribute to the planet's Wraith overlord, while McKay, Ronon, and Zelenka mount a rescue...

Comments: (7)

Bremar
This was a pretty good SGA book. A little slow, but good. There is some character background written in this book, and you can believe what you want, since the show writers never gave us any background details! Although some stories were very dull, I did enjoy Sheppard's. I would call this book a prequel to the SGA Legacy series. I read Legacy 1-6 before this set of books and it would have been good to read this one before Legacy. Not sure why the author called Ronon's dreadlocks braids though. Two completely different things.
HeonIc
That’s is more words to say about this book Thea is ever said previous time but the more that I read that more I loved it is not a sequel is a series not Are standing by itself
Drelalak
The plot of this book and the way it is written are worthy of 5 stars. It was interesting and I enjoyed. However I gave it 3 stars because the excessive back stories told by the characters point of view were annoying. Not to mention that some of the back story just did not fit with the characters and in Sheppard's case seemed unbelievable. I thought the author took some liberties with his back story and I was disappointed. But the overall book was very good if you can get past the characters telling their back stories too often.
Soustil
I enjoyed the pace and adventure that the team had. The humor in parts made me laugh out loud, which I usually don't do.
Budar
I am normally not picky and did enjoy the book. But if you get upset if a story has technical holes this may not be for you.
sergant
I ordered this book even though there were no reviews on it yet. That's always taking a chance since many of the Atlantis books are very well written and others not so much. This book is definitely well written and for the most part everyone is in character. The interaction between the characters is good and the pairings atypical, also good. The story isn't exactly fast moving and I did skim through some of the slower parts but no doubt the writer has a nice writing style. The adventure did pick up toward the end but much of it was somewhat slow paced. The thing I really didn't like (and the reason for only 3 stars) is that the author spent a large portion of the book having the characters tell each other stories while they were waiting around for things to happen. These stories gave background on several of the characters. But the stories, in my opinion, didn't necessarily ring true to the characters that we learned about in the show. First, the story is written around the second season where supposedly no one knows that Sheppard even has a family (episode Sateda) however, the author had Sheppard telling Teyla this incredibly long detailed story about his mother, father, brother, etc... The author also writes that Sheppard only began thinking about joining the Air Force halfway through college, and then only because his Dad decides to stop paying for him. The reason is that Sheppard calls Dad's new girlfriend a bimbo and a few other not so nice words in public. Out of character IMO. The implication also being that Sheppard and his Dad had a great relationship until that point. (Episode Outcast tells us Dad had his life planned out for him since he was 14 and John couldn't wait to get away). But beside the fact that these stories don't ring true, they also in no way connect to or enhance the plot or outcome of the story. They are simply thrown in there for the amusement of the writer. And there's no way John would have just volunteered such detailed information to Teyla just because they were bored. Especially not in Season 2. As a fan fiction the story is well done, but to actually become a published novel, I think the story needs to stick closer to canon and not the whim of the author, I know this author has several new Atlantis novels coming out. I hope these will stay closer to the facts of the show. I don't mind speculation and background on characters, in fact I love seeing interaction and introspection, but it has to be believeable and agree with what we already know.
Whitecaster
One of the best Stargate Atlantis books I have read. This book has lots of back stories that covered Characters Like Major Lorne and Dr. Zelanka. It also paired up Characters with each other Like Dr. Zelanka and Ronan in difficult situations. This book was very engaging, I could not put it down!
As a die hard SGA fan I read every book that comes out, this one is in the middle as far as how much I enjoyed it. Not the worse, but not the best. Don't get me wrong it was a good book but it was a slow read. There are a lot of 'stories' told by characters that were interesting, they give incite to the character, but it tended to drag the book out. The story line was good but there wasn't as much action as I would have liked. Other then that it was a good read, well worth my time!
Stargate Atlantis: Death Game: SGA-14 download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Jo Graham
ISBN: 1905586477
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Fandemonium Books (November 16, 2010)