Fandemonium’s Stargate SG-1: Hydra has been tapped by the Scribe Awards as an example of excellence in media tie-in fiction!
The novel, by Holly Scott and Jaimie Duncan, is not the first Stargate title to be nominated for a Scribe Award. Stargate Atlantis: Casualties of War, by Elizabeth Christensen, won the award in 2008 for the same category.
Also nominated in the speculative fiction original category are Ghost Whisperer: Revenge, by Doranna Durgin, Ravenloft: The Covenant, Heaven’s Bones, by Samantha Henderson, and Star Trek: Terok Nor, Day of the Vipers, by James Swallow.
Fandemonium gives the following synopsis for Hydra:
Rumours and accusations are reaching Stargate Command, and nothing is making sense. When SG-1 is met with fear and loathing on a peaceful world, and Master Bra’tac lays allegations of war crimes at their feet, they know they must investigate.
But the investigation leads the team into a deadly assault and it’s only when a second Daniel Jackson stumbles through the Stargate, begging for help, that the truth begins to emerge. Because this Daniel Jackson is the product of a rogue NID operation that spans the reaches of the galaxy, and the tale he has to tell is truly shocking.
Facing a cunning and ruthless enemy, SG-1 must confront and triumph over their own capacity for cruelty and violence in order to save the SGC – and themselves…
Stay tuned to GateWorld for an upcoming exclusive interview with Holly Scott and Jaimie Duncan, when we go behind the pages of SG-1: Hydra!
(Thanks to Morjana for the tip)