Four Dragons (Stargate SG-1, #16)

Four Dragons (Stargate SG-1, #16) Shortly after Daniel Jackson returns from his time among the ascended Ancients, he volunteers to join an archaeological survey of Chinese ruins on P3Y 702 But after accidentally activating a Goa uld transport ring, Daniel finds himself the prisoner of the Goa uld Lord Yu Original. Free Download Four Dragons (Stargate SG-1, #16) [ by ] Diana Dru Botsford [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 312 pages
  • Four Dragons (Stargate SG-1, #16)
  • Diana Dru Botsford
  • English
  • 12 July 2017
  • 1905586485

10 thoughts on “Four Dragons (Stargate SG-1, #16)

  1. says:

    An awesome SG 1 story Very in character, with the team caring for each other like a family, not just as colleagues friends In fact, it was like reading a long gen fic The storyline was engaging with enough intrigue about what the Chinese ambassador was hiding and what the G...

  2. says:

    The story centers on team interactions right after Daniel s de ascension andbackground on Lord Yu, one of the most intriguing Goa uld from the series Both of these are plots I would have loved to have seenof o...

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here After spendingthan 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 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 compelling.So readers of this review u After spendingthan a decade immersed in another science fiction show s fan universe, I very carefully steer...

  4. says:

    Disclaimer The author is a good friend of mine However, I bought this book at full price I first read this soon after it came out, but it looks like I never recorded it or wrote a review Oops I decided to read it again in preparation for the sequel, THE DRIFT I ve heard the critique that media tie in novels are basically justepisodes of the show I d like to offer FOUR DRAGONS as a counter to that critique This novel isthan just a random episode It s a feature length movie th Disclaimer The author is a good friend of mine However, I bought this book at full price I first read this soon after it came out, but it looks like I never recorded it or wrote a review Oops I decided to read it again in preparation for the sequel, THE DRIFT I ve heard the critique that media tie in novels are basically justepisodes of the show I d like to offer FOUR DRAGONS as a counter to that critique This novel isthan just a random episode It s a fe...

  5. says:

    Diana Dru Botsford is a master at visual storytelling Reading this book was just like 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 lines If you re looking for an authentic SG 1 experience, this book is it This is set in the seventh season a favorite of mine in an especially poignant time for team dynamics with Diana Dru Botsford is a master at visual storytelling Reading this ...

  6. says:

    Great book for SG 1 fans This author nails the voices of the characters, and explores some new territory It s like watching a show in the series, but with the added depth only a book can give.

  7. says:

    Das mit Abstand beste SG 1 Buch, das Fandemonium bisher heraus gebracht hat Es liest sich wie eine Doppelfolge die Action kommt nicht zu kurz aber auch die Charakterentwicklung nicht Jack, Sam, Teal c, Daniel sie alle verhalten sich ihrer Natur entsprechend so sehr, dass man sie manchmal mit dem Kopf vorran gegen die Wand knallen m chte Genauso wie in der Serie selbst auch Gerade Jack ist perfekt getroffen.Dazu kommt noch eine Handlung die logisch ist und sich perfekt in das Gef ge der Das mit Abstand beste SG 1 Buch, das Fandemonium bisher heraus gebracht hat Es liest sich wie eine Doppelf...

  8. says:

    Look, the story itself wasn t too bad quite easily could have been an episode However, the editing was horrendous and I felt like the author wasn t fully aware of, or really that knowledgable about, the SG 1 universe and its mythology.

  9. says:

    The author stayed true to the characters that rarely happens here.

  10. says:

    Good fun SG1

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