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eBook Stargate Atlantis: Rising: SGA-1 ePub

by Sally Malcolm

  • ISBN: 0954734351
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Sally Malcolm
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fandemonium Books; Media Tie In edition (November 23, 2007)
  • ePub book: 1241 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1168 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 394

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Rising by Sally Malcolm followed the events of the pilot episode of Stargate: Atlantis.

Rising is the initial story about the Stargate discovery of Atlantis, and was used as one of the TV episodes. There are a few differences between the book and the TV showing because of filming some of the scenes. However fans of the series will instantly rediscover the thrills the team had making their way to a new galaxy. Rising by Sally Malcolm followed the events of the pilot episode of Stargate: Atlantis. I found it to be a brilliant novel even if read by itself.

Following the discovery of an Ancient outpost buried deep in the Antarctic ice sheet, Stargate Command sends a new team of explorers through the Stargate to the distant Pegasus galaxy. Emerging in an abandoned Ancient city, the team quickly confirms that they have found the Lost City of Atlantis.

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Novelization of the TV pilot episode: the team discover Atlantis. Let me tell you, this book A-awesome! Sally Malcolm really understands the characters, and their inner monologues and thoughts are quite revealing and hilarious at the same time too. She nailed Jack O'Neill and John Sheppard perfectly.

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Adrenaline kicked, the needle nosed over ninety, and the thrill of all that raw power brought him alive for a precious few seconds des of burnt orange, turning the landscape alien, otherworldly. He felt a spike of loss - still keen after nine years - and accelerated harder, just to blast the feeling away. He liked speed, he’d always liked speed. His wife had once told him, with a note of fond exasperation, that he was born to be a flyboy

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Novelization of the TV pilot episode: the team discover Atlantis.

Comments

Stan Stan
Stargate: Atlantis RISING is a fairly straight-forward prose adaptation of the SG:A two-parter of the same name. It fleshes out a handful of scenes from the episodes, gives some insight into some characters' heads (Sumner and Ford, stand out for me), and generally doesn't contradict much from the screen version (aside from the spelling of "Ethosians").

Malcolm serves the story well and adds what she can, but is mostly hand-cuffed to the script. The prose version offers different perspectives, though, and that leads to different responses in the audience. For instance, I still hate the Sumner character, but for different reasons than why I hated him on TV. Ford and Sheppard are much more sympathetic characters in this novelization. Malcolm goes into detail as the characters are saying goodbye before setting off for Atlantis in the book and I much prefer her version of these scenes, which amounted to just a dialogue-free montage on-screen. There's a portion about Weir getting a necklace from her beau that I wished had been televised. It's become my head-canon, for what that's worth.

All in all, RISING is a solid novelization of the first two SG:A episodes.
Brannylv Brannylv
Of the onscreen episodes. It’s workable, but if you’ve seen the episodes, you have pretty much everything you’re going to get from this novel. There are a very few character insights, but nothing you might not guess from the actors’ portrayals. It’s okay, but with a limited budget, you might consider later novels and stories in the series.
Nilasida Nilasida
I got a more in depth look at what the characters were thinking and feeling. I really loved the writing style. The book is I think the first 3 episodes of the show. Can't wait to dive into the next book!
Mr.Champions Mr.Champions
this book is one of the best. also, the stargate atlantis books were written in between the episodes so you get to follow the team. i hope the authors write more stargate atlantis books. i am reading Exogenesis, i've read all the books and the legacy books. i don't know what i'm going to do when i finish my last book.
Tantil Tantil
I just loved and would recommend the full book doesn't get any matter by its own matter again stands up by their own book seriez
Wizard Wizard
Thank you Sally Malcolm for a great introduction to the series of Stargate Atlantis in a book form. I love it!
Jugore Jugore
I enjoyed reading this book very much. I fully enjoyed the greater detail that the book provides as compared to the pilot of stargate Atlantis. I am looking forward to my next stargate Atlantis book.
Let me tell you, this book A-awesome! Sally Malcolm really understands the characters, and their inner monologues and thoughts are quite revealing and hilarious at the same time too. She nailed Jack O'Neill and John Sheppard perfectly. Their wry humor, the laid back attitude... Her McKay is convinced that the universe is out to get him, that for some reason, fate hates him personally. Teyla is a wise, thoughtful leader. And even Weir and Ford are likable! My favorite part of the book/episode is the beginning that takes place in Antarctica, when we get to see the characters for the first time and the threat of the Wraith is still far, far away. If I didn't find it silly, I would talk about the book in capslocks, I love it so much!