Ouroboros

Ouroboros When Dr Daniel Jackson discovers the location of a lost Ancient laboratory the temptation to investigate proves impossible to resistIn the lab he uncovers a powerful device a prototype technology de

  • Title: Ouroboros
  • Author: Melissa Scott
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Dr Daniel Jackson discovers the location of a lost Ancient laboratory, the temptation to investigate proves impossible to resistIn the lab, he uncovers a powerful device a prototype technology designed by the Ancient inventor, Janus, to supersede the Stargate network But when the Ouroborus device accidentally activates, it strands General O Neill and his team onWhen Dr Daniel Jackson discovers the location of a lost Ancient laboratory, the temptation to investigate proves impossible to resistIn the lab, he uncovers a powerful device a prototype technology designed by the Ancient inventor, Janus, to supersede the Stargate network But when the Ouroborus device accidentally activates, it strands General O Neill and his team on a dangerous new world where friends are not always friends and a terrible enemy is stirring.Now all SG 1 have to do is survive long enough to find their way home

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    1. Set during Season 8. SG-1 and Jack find a device built by Janus and as with all of his devices, things don't always go as planned. Good, solid entry in the Stargate series.

    2. This was a very enjoyable read, and super quick. It's a little like a "Well, what if SG-1 went to Atlantis in Rising?" AU, but very interesting. Alternate Atlantis was fascinating, and I would love to read more about that world--it's so interesting to see how different choices and different circumstances affected various characters while still being true to who they are. The character voices are very good. The story and action is generally paced very well, though things do sort of get glossed ov [...]

    3. I read these Stargate books for fun, but a review still seemed appropriate. I was excited to read this book since it had to do with Janus and one of his inventions. However, the book barley spoke about the device itself and the story is more of a "what-if" SG-1 was there for the "Rising" episode of Atlantis. That in itself was interesting, but the build up took far too long and all of seemingly important parts happened in a page or so. I would skip this one for some more interesting Stargate boo [...]

    4. Good readReally a 3.5 staror 3.75 overall. Good story, brings in Atlantis from another timeline with their inherit problems, and keeps me interested throughout. A solid sg1 story tho not a great adventure nor strong character development or insight as some of the very best. I'd like more character and emotional development, otherwise good read.

    5. This was a very quick and entertaining read. The author had the characters down and it was just like watching a very entertaining episode. The alternate Atlantis was interesting and was wishing to learn more about it at the end. The ending seemed slightly rushed and not explained very well but that seems normal on a lot of sci fi books. But was still satisfying.

    6. Good SG1/Atlantis cross over, but I'm usually a big fan of alternate reality stories :)However, I don't feel that this book really left things the way they are when it started, something I thought these books were supposed to accomplish. Seems that SG1 would have ended up with some advanced knowledge of Atlantis before they actually found out what happened to the expedition.

    7. A great read. Normally I am not a fan of the alternate reality storylines, as they make my head hurt but this one was the exception. It was fast paced and interesting and it is always great to have a story that includes the Atlantis team too.

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