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eBook Retribution (Stargate, No. 3) ePub

by Bill McCay

  • ISBN: 0451455568
  • Category: Science Fiction
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
  • Author: Bill McCay
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Roc; 1st Printing edition (October 1, 1997)
  • ePub book: 1641 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1181 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 970

Description

In the third book of the Stargate series, Bill McCay falls victim to wanting to put too much in a short span.

In the third book of the Stargate series, Bill McCay falls victim to wanting to put too much in a short span. Some are just there to be killed. But their presence makes for a story that seems to bounce around too much. At times, you feel like screaming for McCay to just get back to Daniel Jackson or Colonel O'Neil

Stargate Retribution by Bill McCay brings back the action in the series. I loved the first book yet found the second book wanting. But the third book brought back both the action, the swiftly moving plot and the characters with all their flaws and conflicts.

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One year after Stargate. One week after Rebellion. October, 1995 (October, 1995). September, 1996 (September, 1996). May, 1997 (May, 1997). May, 1998 (May, 1998). October, 1999 (October, 1999). Based on the television series.

Stargate: Retribution is a novel by ROC publications and it continues the story of the original film. The survivors of the tragic war on Abydos stagger back to Earth through a smashed Stargate, through a storm of treachery, greed, defeat, and bitterness. All know the final war has yet to come. The titanic, pyramid-shaped wrecking ball under the command of the goddess Hathor is hurtling toward earth, bearing with it the power to enslave and destroy

STARGATE REBELLION by BILL MCCAY. Chapter 1. Three awakenings.

STARGATE REBELLION by BILL MCCAY. Dawn was still hours away, but a subtle lightening of the shadows in the suburban bedroom foretold that sunrise, inevitably, would come. Bit by tiny bit, Sarah O'Neil could distinguish more and more details on the dresser and bureaus.

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Based on the science-fiction motion picture Stargate, a novel follows the struggle of Egyptologist Daniel Jackson and Colonel Jack O'Neill to unlock the secrets of the StarGate in order to save Earth from the evil goddess Hathor. Original.

Comments

Nicearad Nicearad
Stargate Retribution by Bill McCay brings back the action in the series. I loved the first book yet found the second book wanting. But the third book brought back both the action, the swiftly moving plot and the characters with all their flaws and conflicts. Earth must now prepare for the attack by Hathor and the Boat of a Million Years. Can Jack O'Neil and General West explain to the military just WHAT is about to hit the planet? Can Daniel Jackson find homes and jobs for the homless people of Adydos? Can Earth find anything in the past to fight for their future?
The Sinners from Mitar The Sinners from Mitar
Very different from the TV series. Read like an episode.....maybe a 2 parter!
Blackstalker Blackstalker
McCay brings a good conclusion to the first two books in his series, while still leaving a believeability for the next two. Anyone who liked the movie would enjoy these books, note for those of you who watch the series like me, you have to think Kurt Russell to read this. It's enjoyable for anyone, not just the full-fledged stargate/stargate sg-1 junkie. :) Read them all, stargate and the stargate sg-1 books, they will hit the spot!!!!
Dordred Dordred
A very entertaining book! I have read the others, and I liked this one the best of all! The author makes the interactions between the characters come alive! It is easy to visualize what someone like Steven Spielberg could do with the material from this novel! Good job, Bill McCay!
Xar Xar
This has some of the worst writing I've ever seen in print, with lots of exclamation points so you know when it's exciting. Also, McCay's version of the characters' personalities could be cause for rebellion. Clearly, this series was something thrown out there to cash in on the film's popularity. All the "r" titles are confusing, too.
Ballalune Ballalune
I don't know about you but i found the tv show stargate sg-1 to be disappointing because it doesn't feel like stargate and those actors don't give the characters justice like the ones in the movie did. that's whats great about the books, they "feel" like stargate and you can picture the characters the way they were in the movie, they way they're supposed to be.
Fiarynara Fiarynara
For soft-core sci-fi, this is great stuff. A great ending to a great series. Bill McCay takes the story begun in the movie and brings it to a logical (if yet open-ended) conclusion. Only wish the TV series learned from Bill's great ideas.