UPDATE: Fandemonium has advised us that Amazon accidentally deleted the book and all pre-orders placed before July 8. If that includes you, please re-order the book! As a result the release date has also been moved back one day.
Ready for a brand new Stargate story featuring Major Samantha Carter? Your summer is about to get brighter.
Fandemonium announced today that its next Stargate SG-1 novel finally has a release date:
July 11 July 12. Infiltration (formerly Within) comes the pen of author Susannah Parker Sinard (Hall of the Two Truths).
The story is set in the team’s fourth year, and sets up the events of the alien computer virus episode, “Entity.” Here is the publisher’s official description:
I am within …
Why was Major Sam Carter chosen as a host by the alien invader in the STARGATE SG-1 episode “Entity”? In this exciting adventure we discover the mission that led the entity to its fateful decision …
Captured by the Goa’uld Lugh, Carter faces a hard choice: help repair a cloaking device that would give Lugh a dangerous advantage or allow SG-1 to be handed over to the System Lords. But all is not as it seems among the Goa’uld under Lugh’s command, and SG-1 soon find themselves recruited by underground operatives possessing a rare gift that allows them to infiltrate Lugh’s inner circle. However, it is a gift that comes at a terrible price — a price that may yet cost SG-1 their lives.
Meanwhile, the alien entity continues scanning SG-1’s mission reports in its quest to preserve its own life …
Pre-order now on Amazon Kindle and support GateWorld with your purchase! Meanwhile, fans who are in Chicago this weekend for the Gateway Stargate fan convention can find Susannah on site at the event.
Visit our SG-1 and Atlantis Novels sections for a full list of titles from Fandemonium, many of which are available both in print and as e-books.
On Twitter: @StargateNovels, @SParkerSinard
Is this Canon?
Fandemonium novels are considered as canon among most fans, as long as they are not contradicted by the Wright-Cooper series or movies.
No, novels are not currently canon. But they are written and checked to fit into the established canon and not contradict it.
Considering what a completely forgettable, uninspired, and basically filler episode the Entity was, I can’t believe someone would consider it a lead in novel to it.
Amazon cancelled pre-order and the URL is now 404
E-Mail from amazon
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I’ll buy a copy just to show the publishers that there is a market…. then, maybe, they’ll eventually get around to doing some Stargate: Universe titles.
Hey. I was wondering, are new novels still getting released? And from what I gathered they’re written by fans? Are there any possibility I can write too? And if so, what are the rules and requirements?
Fandemonium is still hard at work, yes — I’m not sure why there have not been any new novels put out in a while. You can follow @StargateNovels on Twitter or visit StargateNovels.com to reach Sally and Tom.
Good timing for your question, actually, as Sally Malcolm is going to be a guest on “Dial the Gate” tomorrow (Sunday)! You can turn up and ask live in the chat, or watch the replay if you can’t make it to the livestream. Here’s the link: https://youtu.be/5tQZ3OQLhQQ
That’s nice to hear. I’d love to read more of these. I don’t have a twitter yet, but the website seems helpul.
Actually, I have nothing particular to do tomorrow so I’d love to watch.
Thank you very much.
Hey. I was wondering if you could give me a list of the novels taking place before Heroes? I’m going to buy them, but I don’t know which ones are post Heroes and I don’t want those. Emailed the website months ago, but I’m pretty sure that site is dead because I never got any reply. I’m done with my pre Heroes rewatch again (I’m so depressed right not since I don’t have more), but I want more so I thought of the books.