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STARGATE ATLANTIS: Homecoming (Book one in the Legacy series) (Stargate Atlantis: Legacy series 1) (English Edition) de [Graham, Jo, Scott, Melissa]
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STARGATE ATLANTIS: Homecoming

Atlantis has returned to Earth. The team members have dispersed and are beginning new lives far from the dangers of the Pegasus galaxy. They think the adventure is over.

They’re wrong.

With the help of General Jack O’Neill, Atlantis rises once more — and the former members of the expedition must decide whether to return with her to Pegasus or to remain safely on Earth in the new lives they enjoy...

Picking up where the show’s final season ended, STARGATE ATLANTIS: Homecoming is the first in the exciting new STARGATE ATLANTIS Legacy series. These all new adventures take the Atlantis team back to the Pegasus galaxy where a terrible new enemy has emerged, an enemy that threatens their lives, their friendships — and the future of Earth itself.

HOMECOMING

The city shook, but it was not as bad as before. Zelenka could keep his feet easily enough, hanging on to the edge of the console.

The cameras fogged, vapor streaming past. A high cloud layer? Possibly. Probably. All systems were still green. The ZPMs’ power level was ticking downward, but not quickly. Fifteen per cent…fourteen per cent.

Thrusters fired again, tilting the city slightly, increasing the drag. The shield pulled more power to compensate. And the city slowed.

Ice. The cameras showed ice below, thousands of feet down to the north polar ice cap. They were wrapping around the world in a high polar sweep, bleeding speed as they went. Ice. Nothing but ice. Surely they would start seeing water now. He didn’t know how high they were. It all looked the same, sixty thousand feet or thirty thousand.

“You need to course correct,” Rodney said.

Mountains. Glaciated mountains. The planet’s largest landmass was embedded beneath the polar ice cap. Dark peaks streaked with snow. Surely they were too low. Surely…

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Amazon.com: 4.2 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 116 opiniones
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Interesting and flowing, but bogus. 26 de julio de 2013
Por T. Catranis - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
Homecoming was an interesting book. I was satisfied at how well I could follow the character flow and imagine the characters. Many of the lines did seem to reflect nicely the characters as I learned them.

The development of the history and characters during the first third of the book was not a disappointment. I rather enjoyed reading sensible and involved character histories that made logical sense and held my interest. The character development does nicely leave room for future growth.

That's where the book turned to a frustrating list of very bogus stories.

** Be warned, THE FOLLOWING WILL CONTAIN SEVERAL SPOILERS TO THE STORY.

Amazingly again, we find three ZPM's surprisingly become drained almost empty. Really? These things are suppose to be such a great power source, and yet continuously the "Atlantis" story calls for an unbelievable draining of the ZPM's. And, haven'y we seen that before, and before...?

Some day it would be incredibly fascinating to to actually have the technology work. I would love to read that book.

Making an agreement with the Genii????

Planning and deciding to fight at a stargate against incoming Wraith made no sense. There must be a hundred very obvious alternates every reading could imagine when reading that portion. And when you add in the planning, techniques and foolish outcome, you get a confused reader. That makes absolutely no sense at all. It is down right frustrating.

I will not read the second book ( there obviously must be a second book considering the ending). I know that many syfi books are littered with at least some ridiculous or frustrating words. But I personally dislike the direction the book is traveling.

That being said, there are likely some readers that will see the story quite differently.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I enjoyed reading this book because it carries on from where ... 8 de diciembre de 2016
Por LifeisGood07 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Bottom line, I enjoyed reading this book because it carries on from where Season 5 ended so soon on television. I really wish they continued the series on for another 5 years at least! Atlantis was my favorite of the Stargate Series'.
*It was neat to read how the characters talk in the book because it sounds just like what they could say. I really could imagine it and it made me laugh.
*Storyline is not bad, but it did seem to rush and drag out at times unnecessarily.
*There were more spelling mistakes than I am used to seeing in a book. Not sure why that is? I could edit for them if they need it?
*Definitely not caring for the Sheppard/Teyla thing going on. It bugs me to read it but I am dealing with it. I always liked Sheppard and Weir...

Overall, I am enjoying this series because it keeps the Stargate Atlantis vision alive! I will read all of these books. Just don't let John and Teyla get married!
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Average writing 30 de junio de 2016
Por A. musgrave - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Saw these books and wanted to find out what happens after the tv series ended. If it wasn't for the fact I'd seen the series I wouldn't of finished it, the writing is average, you are reading one conversation going on between characters then all of a sudden you realise it's a totally different character talking in a totally different place/scene, in tv you can see you have moved elsewhere this book not so much.
The characters are all spot on etc. but I just couldn't get into it, you know how some authors can actually place you there, some can even have you smelling the smells and really feeling what's happening? Well this read like a script, would be great for tv but not a book.
Also unlike some of the other reviewers I don't write for publishing companies or anyone but myself.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Breathing life into Stargate: Atlantis 8 de septiembre de 2015
Por Taeonas - Publicado en Amazon.com
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For those of you saddened by the ending of Stargate: Atlantis those years ago. This is a great book to pick up.
Like many, I read the reviews and was skeptical because I have read books of the continuation of series before for other TV shows. Those books were shallow, rehashed storylines from previous episodes and did not really further develop the characters.

This author understands the characters of Atlantis, understand the cultures of Pegasus, and makes a genuine effort to continue the storylines and plot twists left from the TV series. She puts you in the head of each of the characters and for the most part shows what they're thinking as I would have imagined. In some cases I could even hear the familiar banter and feelings that were present in the show.

The reason for the four stars however is that there was parts of the book which were harder to follow. Switching scenes quickly and the end of it seemed rushed with less detail than the other parts of it. Also there was some good development of Dr. Robinson, a new face, at the start of the book but then she was mostly abandoned for the rest of it. I am sure some of this will be resolved in the rest of the series as I move through it, I had hoped there would be more introduction of the new faces to all the main characters, not just one or two.

Headers before paragraphs which stated perhaps the location and local time of day and Atlantis time of day would have helped to better set the stage when scenes switched. Some of this was accomplished with descriptions in the writing, but for others it was not.

However, I do like how the Wraith and especially Todd were laid out and the detail that went into their thoughts and telepathic communication. Can't wait to pick up the next book.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A welcome and delicious surprise 6 de junio de 2013
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've read another SGA book before and I wasn't very impressed by it. And I know so much about the show's behind the scenes that I was skeptical I could detach myself enough to immerse in any sort of SG book. This was indeed a bit hard to do at first: I knew that the real reason Wraith ships were dark and foggy was to help Mark Savela's Visual Effects team; I knew that, in the TV show, young Torren was worked in as a result of Rachel Lutrell's real pregnancy; I even amused myself finding no scene in the books where Todd the Wraith and Halling the Athosian were together, because I knew there were both played by the same, wonderful Christopher Heyerdahl. And I immediately got the "Anderson" reference when Gen. O'Neill thought that young sergeant reminded him of someone.

But these books are so carefully conceived, I soon had no problem transporting into their universe and devouring them page by page, all six of them!

Here's why you should read these books if you're a Stargate fan:

- There's an arc encompassing all 6 of them, and there are several smaller arcs for each one. It's a hexalogy, in the same way that LOTR is a trilogy.

- Each character is carefully contoured and represented. Even minor ones. Every detail that 38 minutes on TV were not enough for has found home here.

- Characters that are less starry but much loved by fans are given plenty of screen time. If you liked Major Lorne or dr. Zelenka, you'll have your share of them.

- The books are really progressively getting better. Each one is a nicer read than the previous -- and the first is quite good to start with.

- The authors have done their homework extremely well. Not only have they researched the show thoroughly, often making quite obscure references to events all throughout the 15 years of SG history, but there is much military, medical, aeronautical, psychological, astronavigational, philological, philosophical and theological realism in the entire text.

- The stories are good. The overall arc outcome is largely predictable, but the idea itself is certainly good. There are many other stories, small or large, and even some false starts, that are very enjoyable to follow. They are what keep you turning page after page. These are the type of stories that Joe Mallozzi should wish he had come up with -- and if he had, perhaps the show would still be running today.

- Shifting perspective. You'll find not only Atlantis arcs, but great Wraith stories, Genii viewpoints or Satedan intermezzos. Other than the main antagonist -- who might have been better served by a more poignant representation -- everyone has a vivid life and the reader cares about them all. There are no minor characters in these books.

- Clever solutions. Show fans are bothered by inconsistencies or realism issues that sometimes crept into the TV scripts. These books try to patch up many of them, inventing intelligent backgrounds that give sense to things. Even the obnoxious "universal English" issue is worked around, not by means of an awkward explanation, but by smartly using it as a small plot device a number of times.

- Comedy. Humour is produced using the same methods as in the TV show, which is more than good enough. There aren't any slapstick jokes and pies flying around, but subtle puns mostly addressed to the true SG fan.

- Drama. There are questions that the books create, that the reader simply can't imagine being answered in any specific way. Second to action, being genuinely curious to see what the answer will be is a great page turning incentive.

- Action. It's there, all right. Action is utterly cinematic and visual; most of the last book is nothing but pulse-raising action. It's complex without being confusing, you never forget who's doing what, and it helps the general narrative rather than impending it (as it unfortunately was in some TV episodes).

The only thing I didn't like: a number of spelling mistakes (at least in the Kindle edition), and bad Czech.

I started reading these books on my Kindle / phone to pass time on a long flight; by the sixth book, I found myself turning pages at 1 after midnight or even while walking on the street. I can honestly say that I liked them more than the actual TV show.
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