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    STARGATE SG-1: VALHALLA


    Immortality is a curse, especially if your enemies are the ones who never die!

    Tim Waggoner wades into the STARGATE SG-1 universe with a tale to make even the
    bravest warrior wilt. Fortunately, the SG-1 team are made of mighty stern stuff
    and they know from bitter experience that there is more than one way out of a
    jam — it just requires a bit of lateral thinking!

    Enter their old friend, Jonas. A scientist on Langara, he's experimenting with
    some pretty heavy-duty technology. He might be able to help SG-1 except things
    don't go according to plan (when do they ever?).

    So, enjoy this latest excursion into the STARGATE SG-1 universe.

    and

    Fields of dreams

    Upon the legendary fields of Valhalla, the spirits of Viking warriors do eternal
    battle in service to their god, Odin. By night they feast and toast the fallen,
    but at dawn the dead are restored to fight until the end of times.

    When SG-1 find themselves trapped in this endless battle,prisoners of Odin, they
    must discover the strange truth about Valhalla before it is too late - and then
    confront the giant, Surtr, a terrible and immortal enemy bent on revenging
    himself against his god.

    In order to defeat Surtr, Carter suggests using a naquadrium power cell Jonas
    Quinn has developed on his home world, but when she and Colonel O'Neill arrive
    on Langara they realize their problems have only just begun…


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    OMG! OMG! OMG! Jonas is back! But...I don't get paid for another 2 weeks. Gonna have to borrow off the 'rents.

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    And the first book of Stargate Universe based on the pilot for Air comes out in November 2009. Totally cool and SO CANNOT WAIT!!!!!

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    New schedule:

    September 2009 - SG-1 14 - "Valhalla" by Tim Waggoner
    November 2009 - SGA 11 - "Dead End" by Chris Wraight
    December 2009 - SGA 12 - "Brimstone" by David Niall Wilson and Patricia Macomber
    April 2010 - SGA 13 - "Hunt and Run" by Aaron Rosenberg
    May 2010 - SG-1 15 - "The Power Behind the Throne" by Steven Savile

    There's also the novelization of SGU's pilot coming out in November, written by James Swallow - and I'm glad that I have zero interest in that because Swallow's books are my least favorite in both series.

    I wonder what happened with Kevin Hosey's SGA "The Internal Darkness" and the SG-1 "Iblis" trilogy by Steven Savile.

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    It's there, last novel in the list you posted That's the first book in the trilogy.

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    Just brought Valhalla and to my dismay the "Thank you for your order" screen displayed :
    * For UK orders, please allow 1-2 days for delivery.
    * For International orders, please allow 5-10 days for delivery.

    Sigh. If only they were still printing in the UK, it might actually be a 1-2 day delivery. lol

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    Does anyone know where I can get a copy of "Survival of the Fittest" without paying c£40?

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    Quote Originally Posted by katikatnik View Post
    New schedule:
    November 2009 - SGA 11 - "Dead End" by Chris Wraight
    Oh, boy, they didn't screw up with the numbering, did they? I thought Angelus was SGA 11...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiristi View Post
    Oh, boy, they didn't screw up with the numbering, did they? I thought Angelus was SGA 11...
    They screwed up the numbering on the website. Dead End should be #12, Brimstone #13, and Hunt and Run #14.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elite Anubis Guard View Post
    It's there, last novel in the list you posted That's the first book in the trilogy.
    Aha, they changed the title than. It used to be called "Shadows".

    Quote Originally Posted by Elite Anubis Guard View Post
    Just brought Valhalla and to my dismay the "Thank you for your order" screen displayed :
    * For UK orders, please allow 1-2 days for delivery.
    * For International orders, please allow 5-10 days for delivery.

    Sigh. If only they were still printing in the UK, it might actually be a 1-2 day delivery. lol
    Well, I ordered "Nightfall" directly from Stargatenovels and it took them 6 weeks to deliver it to me. 5-10 for international orders, my butt. Since then, I order only through Amazon - sure, they get it later but I still get it faster from Amazon than directly from Fandemonium.

    Quote Originally Posted by Osiristi View Post
    Oh, boy, they didn't screw up with the numbering, did they? I thought Angelus was SGA 11...
    I wrote to Mark at Fandemonium and told him about it. I hope it's just a mistake on the site and that it won't get carried over on the covers too. That would be quite lame.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mis.Understood View Post
    Does anyone know where I can get a copy of "Survival of the Fittest" without paying c£40?
    I have the same problem with "Halcyon", the only book that I'm still missing...

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    Does anyone know if the Bill McCay novels that were a followup to the original movie are any good? I picked up the first three (Rebellion, Retaliation, and Retribution) but haven't yet gotten a chance to read them.

    Also picked up the second of the Roc SG-1 novels, The Price You Pay, and its excellent so far. Don't have any of the fandemonium ones yet.

    The comic series' that Dynamite is putting out have me very excited. Dave Dorman (arguably my favorite modern painter period) is doing the covers for all three series, and they have top talent on both writing and art. My only problem is the wait. #0 comes out in november, but we have to wait till January for the three # 1 issues...
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    The Price You Pay is the only decent one out of the SG1 Roc novels. The rest are just plain ridiculous and out there. As for the Fandy ones...I recommend you get them dude. Aside from one or two, they are extremely well written (would hope so being written by professional fans).

    And the McCay novels. The writing is dated - just like the old Alien ones - but the stories are interesting none-the-less. You've just gotta remember this isn't SG-1 as you read them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prion View Post
    A complete list of books can be found at

    http://www.stargatenovels.com/books.shtml
    Wonders why stargatenovels has two different SGA books with the same book #

    Title STARGATE ATLANTIS: Dead End
    Series no. SGA-11
    Author Chris Wraight
    ISBN-10 1-905586-22-1
    ISBN-13 978-1-905586-22-6
    Price UK £6.99 | US $7.95 | Canada $9.95
    Licensed markets USA, Canada, UK, Aus, NZ, S.Africa

    Title STARGATE ATLANTIS: Angelus
    Series no. SGA-11
    Author Peter Evans
    ISBN-10 1-905586-18-3
    ISBN-13 978-1-905586-18-9
    Price UK £6.99 | US $7.95 | Canada $9.95
    Licensed markets USA, Canada, UK, Aus, NZ, S.Africa
    Publication date March 2009

    I have Angelus book #11 in my collection so I know that is the right one. So why give the same # to Dead End?
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    They don't really take that much care of their website. For example, half of their pages all have the title Stargate SG-1 - Cost of Honor or etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Domino View Post
    Does anyone know if the Bill McCay novels that were a followup to the original movie are any good? I picked up the first three (Rebellion, Retaliation, and Retribution) but haven't yet gotten a chance to read them.

    Also picked up the second of the Roc SG-1 novels, The Price You Pay, and its excellent so far. Don't have any of the fandemonium ones yet.

    The comic series' that Dynamite is putting out have me very excited. Dave Dorman (arguably my favorite modern painter period) is doing the covers for all three series, and they have top talent on both writing and art. My only problem is the wait. #0 comes out in november, but we have to wait till January for the three # 1 issues...
    I actually thought the Bill McKay novels were pretty good stand-alone novels (from the TV series). Many of the novelizations based off the TV shows, well, they're like an EEG - up and down in quality I'd avoid the novelizations of the pilots as they're basically pretty much the dialogue word for word and not much new is really added

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    Quote Originally Posted by prion View Post
    I'd avoid the novelizations of the pilots as they're basically pretty much the dialogue word for word and not much new is really added
    I can't speak to the other adaptations, but that's certainly not true of the SGU novelization I've just completed; there are several scenes appearing there that were either cut from the pilot for timing reasons, or are completely new...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMSwallow View Post
    I can't speak to the other adaptations, but that's certainly not true of the SGU novelization I've just completed; there are several scenes appearing there that were either cut from the pilot for timing reasons, or are completely new...
    Cool. I was planning on picking this up anyway, but now I definitely will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMSwallow View Post
    I can't speak to the other adaptations, but that's certainly not true of the SGU novelization I've just completed; there are several scenes appearing there that were either cut from the pilot for timing reasons, or are completely new...
    That's also the case of the Atlantis pilot novelization, especially in scenes set on Earth prior to the expedition leaving.
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    Sparky is on screen. Therefore, it is canon. Elizabeth is still out there. And John WILL bring her home.

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    I wrote to Fandemonium about the wrong numbering of SGA novels on their site and Mark responded that they would correct it. Just FYI

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