8 Responses

  1. SilenceOz
    July 24, 2013 at 11:07 am |

    Thank you for the review.
    and to Donna for writing the book.

    I might check this one out, SG1 books would bore me as we have been on endless adventures with the characters, but SGA didnt feel as done to death.

    Still would like a SGU book trilogy to close off the series though..ay ay authors??

  2. GateMate88
    July 25, 2013 at 2:28 pm |

    Nice review. Thanks for pointing out the books weakness’ as well as its strengths. I hate when reviewers just praise, praise, praise, and then you read the book thinking it will be good and then it totally sucks. Thanks for being honest. I think I might give this book a chance. At least I know what to expect now.

  3. Nomendil
    July 29, 2013 at 7:35 pm |

    I read all the books from SGA Legacy Series, because after so long time after SG-1 and SGA cancellation i wanted something more of Stargate, and i don’t have a good opinion about that series, is regular quality, there are many things wrong like F-302 with shields, daedalus-class ships losing shields easily in one book and in the other not that easy, losing asgard beam weapons easily and unrepairable, some weird history about Teyla’s DNA and it’s relation with Wraith origin, some of the sub plots are good, but many things simply are not that possible like the Genii fixing an Ancient Vessel, it was difficult for the travelers even if they had their own ships, now for the genii simply it’s not a way to do it. As i read your review seems like this is also a regular book.

  4. Nomendil
    August 12, 2013 at 6:32 pm |

    Hi, I will have to read those novels, if you have a good opinion about them, they must be very good. Sorry if my opinion seem very negative, it was that i got dissapointed with Legacy Novels, as you write before: “they weren’t overly consistent with their facts”.

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