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Stargate SG-1: Oceans of Dust: SG1-18 Mass Market Paperback

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1905586531
  • ISBN-13: 978-1905586530
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 10.7 x 2.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 181 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,738,555 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Well written novel June 17 2012
By Amazing - Published on
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Just finished reading the book and have to say that it was really good. Lots of action and a well planned out, unpredictable plot with our fav. characters 'in' character. There's a rivetting space battle and lots of danger. There are some horror moments that are quite intense and a totally unexpected twist or three. The author's descritive passages are excellent and really do prompt the imagination and secondary characters are interesting and not too cliche. Most of the team get lots to do although Daniel seems to be only there to provide snarky, pointless comments.
I'd recommend this novel to all the fans and I hold out hope that Fandemonium are going to pick quality scripts like this one instead of some of the absolute awful ones that they have had printed in the past.
Looking forward to reading a possible follow up novel by this author.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Pretty good June 25 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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I'm about one-third through the book and it has the action, adventure and character interplay that I'm used to from the TV show. There are the personal details that one would expect, the action and adventure in battles and catastrophes, and some of the military overtones.

I feel that the proofreading could have been better as I have run into a number of typos and usage errors but that seems part of modern communications. This is the first SG1 book that I've enjoyed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Stargate SG-1 Oceans of Dust May 17 2013
By Justin S - Published on
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Oceans of Dust is set during season 5 of the tv series and sees SG-1 facing off against both the Goauld and an even older and more dangerous alien species. While the book has some inconsistencies with later series in the Stargate the universe, overall the story is enjoyable and the characters true to the tv series. Worth a read if your a Stargate fan.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
oceans of dust Oct. 6 2012
By Kelandry - Published on
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I was pleased with this book. The characters stayed fairly true to themselves, the plot was interesting and detailed. I thought the book was a little dark near the conclusion but it is SG-1 so we know all the important characters get home in the end. I would reccommend it to others.
Good idea, should have been simplified Oct. 12 2014
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I liked the story, but it took too long to tell.

Yes, there are 3 plots - the treachery of the goauld (so what else is new), an alien race that is ori-powerful and an outcast goauld that has some helpers as honest as T'ealc and Simmons (i.e. very good and very bad). Some would add a fourth - the dishonest businessman (it comes across as a political statement weak in the plot, but occupies too little % to call it a 4th plot line).

The plot line as a whole was quite good. It was very tedious. This author takes twice as long to tell the story as necessary - perhaps paid by the page. We know something of the original archeologists, but their rich history isn't used enough, like a footnote. The lady goauld is covered, but early and late and not in between - I mention that because she's critical to the plot but never really explored much except as a stereotype.

The wink ending was what it was. If only we could know more about the race that built the probe - that would be more the real SG-1 storytelling, but this was done by someone more interested in science fiction than in good storytelling

The minor use of Bra-tac was good, but all the dwelling on the disfiguration of caused by the lure was a good reason to yank at least one star. The author doesn't get it on that point - it was a negative to telling the story to hammer on that again and again. What we'd be better off knowing is more about the players on that renegage ship -who they are, how they got there. Instead we get some omniscient view that is way to impersonal for my tastes, and while it added to the plot, didn't add to the telling of the story. A good book should be a story and not just a plot.

The book was too long for the story it had to tell.

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