Fans of Stargate Atlantis are still mourning the show’s cancellation five years later, but we’ve found a little solace in the Stargate Atlantis: Legacy series of novels published by Fandemonium. Now there’s more good news: two more books will be published in the popular series.
There’s also a new Stargate SG-1 novel trilogy in the works.
Legacy was conceived to be a six-book limited series written by multiple authors, picking up where the show left off and continuing the story as the team makes a return to the Pegasus Galaxy. The first installment, Homecoming, was published in the fall of 2010. The sixth, Inheritors, arrived in the spring of 2013.
The new books will form a “two-book coda” to the Legacy series, according to Fandemonium. Authors Jo Graham, Melissa Scott, and Amy Griswold will co-author Stargate Atlantis: Unascended.
“The Atlantis team are facing new enemies and seeking old friends, including Stargate Command’s eminent archaeologist, Dr. Daniel Jackson,” the publisher teased.
The book will be available later this spring.
On the SG-1 front, look for Stargate SG-1: Apocalypse — a trilogy that “will take Colonel Jack O’Neill and his team into dark and uncharted territory.”
Sally Malcolm (A Matter of Honor, The Cost of Honor) and Laura Harper (Sunrise) to pen the SG-1 books. Book 1 is titled Revelations, and will hit the shelves this summer.
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