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  • Title: Stargate Atlantis: Entanglement
  • Author: Martha Wells
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  • Page: 338
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Leap of faith When Dr Rodney McKay unlocks an Ancient mystery on a distant moon, he discovers a terrifying threat to the Pegasus galaxy Determined to disable the device before it s discovered by the Wraith, Colonel John Sheppard and his team navigate the treacherous ruins of an Ancient outpost But attempts to destroy the technology are complicated by the arrival of a stLeap of faith When Dr Rodney McKay unlocks an Ancient mystery on a distant moon, he discovers a terrifying threat to the Pegasus galaxy Determined to disable the device before it s discovered by the Wraith, Colonel John Sheppard and his team navigate the treacherous ruins of an Ancient outpost But attempts to destroy the technology are complicated by the arrival of a stranger a stranger who can t be trusted, a stranger who needs the Ancient device to return home Cut off from backup, under attack from the Wraith, and with the future of the universe hanging in the balance, Sheppard s team must put aside their doubts and step into the unknown.However, when your mortal enemy is your only ally, betrayal is just a heartbeat away ENTANGLEMENTThe jumper spun sideways and then end over end The inertial dampeners didn t go out, but the view flipped crazily in the port, the ground changing places with the sky John heard the collective gasp, but the rumble was already dying away He felt the yoke ease up and brought them smoothly out of the spin, taking them up and away into the upper atmosphere.John let his breath out, feeling sweat break out all over his body He looked back at the others Teyla was gripping the arms of her chair, Rodney s hands had left permanent dents in John s shoulders, Zelenka looked faint and was holding hands with a very pale Miko Ronon just looked impressed, but he was gripping the hatchway tightly John said, Everybody okay We were upside down, Zelenka said weakly Miko patted his arm I think we are well Teyla looked up at Rodney, her brow furrowed in concern What was that John twisted around to see that Rodney s face was white with shock Rodney s throat worked and he said, It s unstable That sensor spike, right before the blast It s not a Stargate Miko stared at him blankly, then gasped in horror Zelenka took a sharp breath, shaking his head, saying, No, no, Rodney, it cannot be.
    Stargate Atlantis Entanglement Leap of faith When Dr Rodney McKay unlocks an Ancient mystery on a distant moon he discovers a terrifying threat to the Pegasus galaxy Determined to disable the device before it s discovered by the W

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    1. I don t want to bore you with a long resume of my Stargate credentials, but I have seen every episode of all three series , collect the action figures, have the gate coasters for SG 1 and Universe, have nearly every book for the three series , and have the books for the movie storyline as well So needless to say I know my gate And so, too, does the author of this book But beyond that, we also have a very experienced author, and one that has an amazing ability to use her imagination to create a c [...]

    2. This was pretty good for the Stargate Atlantis tie in novels The beginning was pretty slow as it mainly just consisted of banter and exploration, but once the team scientists meet Trishen, the plot really kicks in and it s pretty un put down able I loved the idea of the Eidolon, the alternate universe s main population Though billed at alternate Wraith, they aren t the same This isn t quite fully explored in the novel, which I found disappointing and the team lumps the Eidolon and the Wraith tog [...]

    3. This book is set after Atlantis lost Ford and gained Ronon, which is actually my favourite time period for SGA, as I never warmed to Ford like I did Ronon Again this book portrays John Sheppard s team as one that trusts and protects each other, which I love, but that isn t why I gave the book five stars, that was all down to the Trishen storyline I ll try not to give too much away but the idea of a combined wraith human species created by the Ancients in a different reality was fascinating, and [...]

    4. Media tie in novels are truly a mixed bag, because they are authorized fanfiction and the author s ability to capture the personalities and character traits we love on tv can vary in success.Martha Wells does an amazing job in this book she writes with humor and grace and creates an intriguing story that I think would appeal even to non viewers of SGA Great book

    5. I loved this book The characters were in character, it was well written, and the events of the book felt as if they could have come straight from the show.I loved the new characters the author introduced, especially Trishen.This book is definitely worth a read.

    6. Terrific horrible thrilling Hi again yes mi again I just loved it was thrilling a lot of great adventure and crazier like better

    7. I seem to have a love hate relationship with the Stargate books Either I really enjoy them, or I don t like them And this was one of those ones which I didn t like.I did enjoy the plot, it worked great with what was in the series and it had some interesting ideas , some plot twists were well done, and the author created a great Alternate Universe, that meshed well with the rest of the story Unfortunately the characterization was off, which began to annoy me The author didn t write the characters [...]

    8. Very good, even if it s a little slow going in the beginning I liked the interaction between the characters, even if and especially when split up in Sheppard McKay Teyla and Ronon Zelenka Miko The book has a lot of the usual Sheppard McKay banter and it felt right from start to end I also liked the few bits with Major Lorne, Carson and Colonel Caldwell I liked the Eidolon and wished they had explored this particular kind of Wraith thoroughly I mean, I totally understand the issues on that matte [...]

    9. I seem to have a love hate relationship with the Stargate books Either I really enjoy them, or I don t like them And this was one of those ones which I didn t like that much.I did enjoy the plot, it worked great with what was in the series and it had some interesting ideas , some plot twists were well done, and the author created a great Alternate Universe, that meshed well with the rest of the story Unfortunately the characterization was off, which began to annoy me The author didn t write the [...]

    10. This was the second novel of stargate I read and the second of Martha Wells On this one she continues her well crafted characters and it was undoubtaly the best part of the novel The plot itself is not complictated Our special team founds a mirror that it s than it seems This mirror as they found out is a portal of some sorts to another universe, a paralel universe When they are researching of this mirror they find a strangler that believes that she is from the other side But this person is t [...]

    11. SF Another great SGA tie in novel from Wells This one s set in season two and has a quantum mirror, alternate realities, and all kinds of Wraith The story mostly focuses on Sheppard and McKay, and their voices are spot on, with plenty of banter and snark between them Also starring Miko who Wells gives some much needed spunk and Zelenka who already has plenty, canonically Ronon s probably just joined Atlantis because he s treated like an unknown primitive quantity than a team member, which can b [...]

    12. You know, it wasn t until I was looking through some of Martha Wells other books that I realized that this was the Atlantis book I d read The only one, in fact I really don t remember a lot about the story hence the three star rating because it was good but apparently forgettable I will say though, the characters of McKay and Sheppard were spot on That I remember Also, I felt like the story focused too much on those two to the exclusion of the rest of the crew Though that is coming from a person [...]

    13. The best SGA tie in novel so far It shows Martha Wells growth as an author this book is much balanced than her Reliquary and it proves that she s one of the best, if not the best SGA author out there Her grasp of the characters is amazing and her stories are always about the team working together, being all team y I loved the banter between John and Rodney in this book, Teyla s wise assessment, Ronon s protectiveness, Lorne s leadership qualities and Carson s deep care for his friends Zelenka a [...]

    14. While exploring Ancient ruins on an uninhabited moon, Sheppard s team along with Zelenka and Kusanagi discover a gigantic quantum mirror and a whole lot of trouble Just like in Stargate Atlantis Reliquary, Martha Wells does an exceptional job capturing the voices of the characters in a deftly woven and highly entertaining original plot that perfectly fits into the SGA verse and would have made a great episode Among the SGA novels so far, hers are definitely my favourites.

    15. This book was a bit disappointing after a run of very good Stargate books so far It took a while to get going and didn t feel like much had been accomplished at the end However the characterisation and dialogue was perfect for the familiar protagonists from the series and stuck to the mythology and kept within the canon of the show Also a very interesting concept in regards to an alternate reality not yet visited and hadn t been done before.It s a nice easy read and Stargate story by numbers tha [...]

    16. I really loved the story of that book It is very well written and the charakters are pretty good Very close to the show Everything was very believable and I never thought that a character wouldn t react like he she did in that book The story itself was really enthralling I loved the twist that Trishen turned out to be a Wraith and that they in the end depended on the help of the Wraith And I loved that she had Miko in that book I liked her in the show although she was in just one episode, as far [...]

    17. Not as good as most of other fiction, but a solid and entertaining book Wells in less than top form is ahead of many people at their best I read it at a good clip She has the characters down Her propensity to sarcastic characters rather works with the McKay Sheppard dynamic and it s always good to see the author pull off things that the show can t do thanks to time or special effects constraints.

    18. First and foremost, the characterization in this book was pitch perfect She even nailed Rodney, who I think is one of the hardest of the team to get right Very interesting story, well plotted, good action and fun science And I loved the team interaction It felt exactly like an episode of SGA.

    19. Compared to other SGA novels, this one was really good It had humor, suspense, Team interaction, new aliens and it was fun The characters all seemed really close to canon Even Rodney had some soft moments, but not uncharacteristically.I really enjoyed this one It s a keeper and I ll reread it one day.I do wish they d hire a better cover artist LOL.

    20. The Atlantis team find a huge Quantum Mirror This is all about them trying to find technology and destroying it before the wraith get it I could imagine this as a TV episode and the alternative reality is intriguing A good read.

    21. Good, good SGA book Great story, well written The characters were well done Would have made a great couple of episodes.

    22. good read for SGA fans people in character, and good exploration of what might happen in a situation possible but not previously foreseen that involves understandable prejudices.Reread 10 19 12.

    23. Interesting and original plot, sympathetic and consistent characterization 4 stars as an enjoyable tie in book.

    24. Ok bookIt was an ok book Some parts were interesting and some parts weren t.I m not so sure if I would read this again

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