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An awesome SG 1 story Very in character with the team caring for each other Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge like a family not just as colleagues friends In fact it wasike reading a ong gen fic The storyline was engaging with enough intrigue about what the Chinese ambassador was hiding and what the Goa uld Lord Yu was actually up to to
#keep me very #me very despite only having time to read it in bite sized chunks rather than all at once ike I normally would with a novel Making Sense of Leadership: Exploring the Five Key Roles Used by Effective Leaders like this Disclaimer The author is a good friend of mine However I bought this book at full priceI first read this soon after it came out but itooks ike I never recorded it or wrote a review Oops I decided to read it again in preparation for the seuel THE DRIFTI ve heard the critiue that media tie in novels are basically just episodes of the show I d ike to offer FOUR DRAGONS as a counter to that critiue This novel is than just a random episode It s a feature Gandhi Churchill: The Epic Rivalry that Destroyed an Empire and Forged Our Age length movie that expands upon the plot arc of the show develops the characters creates character depth that is difficult in the visual medium and gives us special effects that today s computers can only dream of producingHowever my favorite part of this novel is the villain As much as Iove the show I got bored with the Goa uld after a while at Les Innocents least until I realized exactly how bonkers Anubis backstory was For the most part the snakeheads were cheesy and two dimensi Look the story itself wasn t too bad uite easily could have been an episode However the editing was horrendous and I feltike the author wasn t fully aware of or really that knowledgable about the SG 1 universe and its mythology Diana Dru Botsford is a master at visual storytelling Reading this book was just ike watching an extended SG 1 episode I could see everything perfectly Not only that but she nails the voice of the SG 1 franchise The character dialogue was so spot on that I could hear the actors voices in my head saying the ines If you re ooking for an authentic SG 1 experience this book is itThis is set in the seventh season a favorite of mine in an especially poignant time for team dynamics with Daniel s recent return from Ascension aying the backdrop The author delves deep into the characters psyches and really explores the relationship between Daniel and Jack and the strong emotions Jack has for each of his team membersShe does a great job of balancing edge of your seat action with character driven storytelling and
creates something greater than the sum of its parts This book is a MUST for any SG 1 fanssomething greater than the sum of its parts This book is a MUST for any SG 1 fans recommended After spending than a decade immersed in another science fiction show s fan universe I very carefully steered clear of Stargate even after the original movie rocked my blocks off But honestly if. War gamesIt was meant to be a soft mission something to ease Doctor Daniel Jackson back into things after his time among the Ancients after all what could possibly go wrong on a simple survey of ancient Chinese ruins As it turns out a whole otAfter accidentally activating a Goa’uld transport ring Daniel finds himself the prisoner of Lord Yu the capricious Goa’uld System Lord Meanwhile SG1’s efforts to rescue their friend are hampered by a representative of the Chinese government with an agenda of his own to follow and a dee. ,
Download Four Dragons Stargate SG 1 #16And ogically satisfying ending that thankfully screams SEUEL Not all mysteries are solved with just enough eft dangling to entice the reader to continue playing Botsford s game And for those Stargate fans salivating at this review be comforted she s currently researching that seuel in Antarctica A good premise but the story falls apart well before the end I found a book that I hate than Death Game Wow Just wow Reading this book causes me physical pain it is so idioticFirst the characterization is all over the place I can
Barely Recognize Them Danielrecognize them Daniel wobbified to no end the rest fare only marginally betterThen the characters are amazed at the photonic energy generator A device to harvest the energy of photons My god can you imagine a contraption that absorbs Gone: The Disappearance of Claudia Lawrence and Her Father's Desperate Search for the Truth light and produces energy in the process That is just completely unheard of My that would well be just bloody revolutionary sigh We had solar panels for decades It is still a technology that is constantly developing and improving but it s not that new that it needs such a complete amazementAlso did you know that Lord Yu is from China I never would have guessed No other Goa uld have ever even visited Earthet alone interacted with humans and dictated their cultures What will I do with myself at this revelation Look we have proof Not the pyramids no that would be too pedestrian we have a shiny necklace that we found in China with Yu s symbol on it The symbol that is used for his Jaffa The character The character that is part of aka the name of China in Chinese I am tired of faking the outrage Not that the Chinese origins of Lord Yu were ever in any doubt no matter how amazed the author seems to be by the fact but the proof of it was asinineWhat else The go tutorials are stupid Seeing Daniel bumbling through it made me want to curl in a corner and cry And the Chinese ambassador s ultimatum 1,000 Awesome Writing Prompts lacked even a modicum of any shred of sense And The author wanted to seem clever but seemed to fail at basic research regarding the content I was seething with anger at the beginning then I just got tired just waiting for it to finish The story centers on team interactions right after Daniel s de ascension and background on Lord Yu one of the most intriguing Goa uld from the series Both of these are plots I would haveoved to have seen of on SG1 so I m glad they were handled so well here The characterizations were excellent all around and I m Moonrise (Snowfall, looking forward to the seuel hinted at on theast page Great book for SG 1 fans This author nails the voices of the characters and explores some new territory It s ike watching a show in the nails the voices of the characters and explores some new territory It s ike watching a show in the but with the added depth only a book can give The author stayed true to the characters that rarely happens here. Soners After a few days the victim’s Hello, Snow! legs would become swollen In severe cases necrosis can happen to feet ankles andegs Usually the cages were set outdoors exposing the prisoner to the elementsIn Daniel’s case the cage was set just outside the door to Yu’s throne roomSo much for scoping out an escape routeHe closed his eyes exhausted Other than a short nap in a cell on Yu’s mothership he hadn’t slept inDaniel wasn’t sure how ong it’d been More importantly he had no idea if Jack Sam or Teal’c had any idea where he .
Any related novel was going to drag me into the Stargate crew it would be Four Dragons The action is non stop the characters even the non human ones come across as vividly real and the situations painted by Diana Dru Botsford s workmanlike writing are compellingSo readers of this review understand the situation I revisited the original movie and watched several episodes suggested by Botsford prior to reading this novel I certainly wasn t at a total Mastering the Art of Saying No Without Feeling Guilty: Tips, Techniques and Strategies loss while reading but the intricacies that she doubtless crafted into this work veryikely escaped me More importantly I never felt Yuganta, The End Of An Epoch lost The characters particularly Sam s blissful technobabble guided me through the plotline s scientific and philosophical depths without missteps Casual viewers of the series should not consider themselves underualified to enjoy Four DragonsIn the early days of the seventh season Daniel has just returned from his ascended state and is determined to resume his place on the SG1 team But Jack isn t so certain and he s just as determined to sort out his teammember s status on his own terms At the site of a new archeological dig where Ancient writing and early Imperial Chinese artifacts are swirled into a mystifying and for Daniel a fascinating hodgepodge Jack forces Daniel to train rather than dig But Daniel rebels and escapes to an isolated corner of the site where transportation rings activate and sweep him away to System Lord Yu s mothership just as enemy gliders attack the archaeologists and the SG teams evacuating themAs the search and rescue mission for Daniel is organized obstacle after obstacle is thrown in the SG team s path A mysterious Chinese ambassador refuses to allow the team to carryethal weapons and endanger the Once a Wicked Lady: A Biography of Margaret Lockwood life of China s most famous emperor The ambassador also insists the team carry a Goa uld communications device so that he can monitor the mission and ensure his demands are followed from the safety of headuarters Jack s irritation and subseuent mounting rebellion and sarcasm add to the story s background humor again and again Butittle by Forbidden Reading little the command staff at SG headuarters and the team in the field snuff out the complexayers of mystery surrounding the kidnapping until the final surprisingly philosophical answer is revealedAll too often the problem with fan fiction is an enthusiastic but sorrowfully incompetent writer Botsford blows that stereotype across the galaxy The characters aren t cardboard cutouts but three dimensional with the actors voices saying their ines in my absorbed mind There are a few errant typos common now in all published works but
They Aren T Intrusive As The Crisparen t intrusive as the crisp style invites the reader to the next wordThe plot is sound deep and robust with a considered. P secret to hide But Colonel Jack O’Neill is in no mood for delay He’ll go to any engths to get Daniel back even if it means ignoring protocol and taking matters into his own hands FOUR DRAGONSUnable to stand unable to sit Daniel hung from handcuffs Future Focus latched to the top and side of a barely four foot high cage He tried to shift his weight crouching in an awkward position that didittle to stop the aches in his shoulders and thighs He’d heard about cages Major Problems in American Urban and Suburban History: Documents and Essays like this one Communist China allegedly used them to torture political pri.