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  • Author:
    Amy Griswold,Jo Graham
  • ISBN:
    190558654X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1905586547
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    Fandemonium Books; Original edition (April 16, 2011)
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Book 2 of 7 in the Stargate Atlantis: Legacy Series. These two Legacy books have been great so far, and since we're not going to get a Season 6 or the promised movie, it'll have to do as a replacement. Sorry guys, but I gotta do it. SQUEE! Okay, I'm done. That's all I'm going to say, 'cause really you should just read the book and find out for yourselves.

This is the conclusion of the highly popular and successful STARGATE ATLANTIS Legacy series by Melissa Scott, Jo Graham and Amy Griswold. Elizabeth leaned forward from the seat behind the pilot’s, her arms crossed around her middle. In some ways, Teyla said. Of course Elizabeth was not aware of the silent conversation. She knew nothing of Rodney’s experiences with the Wraith, or of how they had left him with the residual Wraith telepathy that allowed him to speak privately with her. What’s the date?

Stargate Atlantis: Legacy is a series of novels by Fandemonium which are set after season 5 of Stargate: Atlantis. The series includes 8 books

Stargate Atlantis: Legacy is a series of novels by Fandemonium which are set after season 5 of Stargate: Atlantis. The series includes 8 books. However, thanks to the efforts of General Jack O'Neill, the IOA relents and chooses to let Atlantis go rather than see it fall into the possession of the United States.

THE LOST Book two of the Legacy series Jo Graham Quietly they go. .Jo Graham & Amy Griswold. To my parents, Bill and Carolyn Griswold.

THE LOST Book two of the Legacy series Jo Graham Quietly they go, the intelligent, the witty, the brave. But I do not approve. And I am not resigned. An original publication of Fandemonium Ltd, produced under license from MGM Consumer Products. Down, down, down into the darkness of the grave.

Reeling from the terrible events of STARGATE ATLANTIS Homecoming . This book is a production of the InterWorld's Bookforge. Jo Graham, Amy Griswold. Chapter One: Quicksilver.

While Colonel Sheppard and Teyla seek information from Ladon Radim of the Genii - and pay a high price to secure his reluctant cooperation - Ronon and Doctor Keller reopen tense negotiations with their sometime-ally, Todd.

Book 2: the Legacy Series More. By Jo Graham & Amy Griswold. Reeling from the terrible events of Homecoming: Stargate Atlantis, the team are doing whatever it takes to find their lost crew - even if it means turning to their enemies for help. While Teyla and Ronon seek information from the Genii, Colonel Sheppard reopens tense negotiations with the Wraith, Todd, struggling to ensure that he remains Todd's ally and not his hostage. The Lost: Stargate Atlantis is book two of the exciting Legacy series. Ronon dropped into the chair beside Radek, his water in his hand.

The Lost (Book 2 in the Legacy series)". The Inheritors (Book 6 in the Legacy series)". Jo Graham, Melissa Scott, Amy Griswold. Post-Season 5. February, 2011 (February, 2011). Allegiance (Book 3 in the Legacy series)". April, 2013 (April, 2013). Unascended (Book 7 in the Legacy series)".

The Lost: Stargate Atlantis is book two of the exciting Legacy series. The team is doing whatever it takes to find its lost crew-even if it means turning to its enemies for help. While Teyla and Ronon seek information from the Genii, Colonel Sheppard reopens tense negotiations with the Wraith, Todd. Stargate Atlantis (Paperback).

Reeling from the terrible events of Homecoming: Stargate Atlantis, the team are doing whatever it takes to find their lost crew - even if it means turning to their enemies for help. While Teyla and Ronon seek information from the Genii, Colonel Sheppard reopens tense negotiations with the Wraith, Todd, struggling to ensure that he remains Todd's ally and not his hostage. The Lost: Stargate Atlantis is book two of the exciting Legacy series.

Kare
I enjoyed the first 75% of the novel. Certain sections were unnecessary, e.g. the descriptions of Atlantis's kitchen. If you've seen at least a few episodes of the television show, you'd already have had a general idea of the grandness of Atlantis, so no real need to give that much detail of the kitchen. Nor did I care that they had kosher MRE's. At that point in the novel I was ready to be on with it and get McKay rescued. The ending was terribly disappointing. All that build just to end the way it did. What a waste of time, ink, and electricity. GRAHAM AND GRISWOLD could have shortened this novel combined it with the 3rd novel. A few places were written oddly that I couldn't determine if it was typographical or they were merely using expressions I had never heard of before. There were also blatant typographical errors due to poor proofreading. I probably given this five stars despite some of what I were editing mistakes, if it wasn't for the scrappy ending.

What I did like is the way the Wraith psyche was better fleshed out in this novel. From reading this book I was able to get a better sense of the social structure and issues of the Wraith and apparently they were not much different from our own human race, e.g. issues of classical, gender roles, overpopulation in times of limited resources and limited technology. I also enjoyed the characterizations because it felt like the author's really had a good sense of the characters' personalities on the show and were able to translate them into written form. It was also interesting that the author's were better able to describe the problem of sexism in the Genii people because it was portrayed much more subtly on the show.
Kazimi
This book really made up for the first one. Nothing against the first one, but this one really rocked. I can not wait to read the third and final book in this series. I am at the edge of my seat. As an Atlantis fan, I really liked story lines and how they all just kind of fed of each other. These authors really honored that legacy by staying true to the original tv show. Thanks a bunch. I miss my all time favorite tv show, this is how I get rid of that itch to watch a season or two. Go get McKay! You will know what I am talking about when you read the book.
Moogugore
I just love it every book makes feel like I am back to the show and character are very well written and action is superberg like only
Stargate could. Give it over and over
Windworker
I just want to warn anyone that is thinking of buying this book because of the cliffhanger in Stargate Atlantis: Homecoming. This book does not close the cliffhanger at the end of book one. As for the book itself, the book tries to stick to the original episodes but changes too many elements of the original show sometimes.

The book is actually a decent read on its own, but just remember that it is based only loosely off the shows. If it had not been for the cliffhanger in book one, I wouldn't have even gotten this one.
Cargahibe
If you enjoyed homecoming you'll enjoy this, but
*SPOILER AHEAD!!!*
McKay is captured by the Wraith early on in this book and remains so for the entire book, which I assume is set from its release (January 2011) until the next book, which was written after SGU went off the air. This contradicts an SGU episode aired in March of that year that shows McKay as being safe on Earth.
Pettalo
So far this is a great book, like the first. Writers seem to have a firm feel of the characters... not sure what is up with book three and four being priced at $700 dollars.. good luck selling paper backs for that amount! Anyway, even though this came from the UK, it arrive pretty fast and in really good condition!
LoboThommy
This is a fantastic series, and Graham has woven a tale that takes us not only to Atlantis, but into the culture and daily lives of the Wraith. I couldn't put it down, and I can't wait for the next book in the Legacy series.
This is a good follow-up for the first book in the series. The story is interesting and keeps the reader engaged. The story continues to evolve the characters and plot creating an intriguing web of possibilities and subplot. The book also ends in a cliffhanger that makes the reader want to read the next book in the series.
Overall a really good book and interesting read.