Battlestar Galactica: Resurrection

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Pursued by the inhuman warriors of the Cylon Empire, a ragtag fleet spaceships -- containing the last remnants of humanity -- are led across the cosmos by Commander Apollo and the crew of the battlestar Galactica in search of an earlier home of humanity, a place of legend. A place called Earth.
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Pursued by the inhuman warriors of the Cylon Empire, a ragtag fleet spaceships -- containing the last remnants of humanity -- are led across the cosmos by Commander Apollo and the crew of the battlestar Galactica in search of an earlier home of humanity, a place of legend. A place called Earth.
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Actor/novelist Richard Hatch and author Stan Timmons combine to create a Battlestar Galactica story that captures the drama and excitement of this myth-laden series.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780743458627
  • Publisher: ibooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/2003
  • Series: Battlestar Galactica Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 277
  • Product dimensions: 6.38 (w) x 6.62 (h) x 0.77 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2003

    Well paced, exciting, and filled with surprises.

    Battle with the alien Chitain fleet has cost the colonial fleet a terrible price. As Commander Apollo decides to take his remaining people and ships to coordinates provided by a newly discovered holocube that maps the expansion across the galaxy of the now-vanished Thirteenth Tribe of Kobol, Commander Cain ('The Living Legend') challenges both his leadership and his decision. With food, fuel, and other resources running perilously low, Cain believes the fleet must make its stand instead of risking this journey into the unknown. Apollo prevails for the moment, and the fleet soon finds itself at the Thirteenth Tribe's starting point. Kobol, home planet to their race. It's now (apparently) deserted and barren, blasted by the ancient Cylons just as viciously as the Twelve Colonies were by modern Cylons at the start of the fleet's own 20-yahren journey. Before this adventure is over, Apollo's closest and lifelong friend Starbuck will lie dead (no, this is not a spoiler - read the book to find out why!). His long romance with Cain's daughter, his comrade-in-arms Sheba, will end because he can't let go of his dead wife Serina. His sister and colleague Athena will join with another once-staunch ally, Council President Tighe, in supporting Cain's renewed challenge for control of the fleet; and the allied Cylon and Chitain fleets will find the Colonials again, at Kobol. It appears that I enjoyed this book a great deal more than did other readers who've posted their reviews. Yes, I noticed the editing errors. They were distracting, but by no means spoiled the book for me. I thought it much better written than 'Warhawk,' in which we first met the Chitains. My only complaints are that Apollo's breakup with Sheba apparently took place off camera, which left me feeling cheated; and that some of Apollo's interior monologue scenes served the unfortunate purpose of 'telling instead of showing.' With that said, I found the story generally well paced, exciting, and filled with surprises. I was pleased that the authors addressed the old TV series' sexism, instead of pretending that it never existed. If you were watching in 1978, as I was, you'll remember that women started flying Vipers into combat only when there were no longer enough men to do so; and that the episode in which that first happened treated it as the cutest thing imaginable. Meh. Nevertheless, I'd much rather have it addressed than pretend it never was filmed that way - and this book's authors have, while resolving the long rivalry between Apollo and Athena, dealt with the entire 'Colonial culture and gender' issue both believably and gracefully. I found the ending, with its foreshadowing of the next book, a delightful chill. I am not running out to buy that next book in hardcover - I will wait quite calmly for the paperback's eventual release. But I will get it then for sure, because I must know what Count Iblis is up to now!

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