Stargate Atlantis #6: Entanglement

Stargate Atlantis #6: Entanglement

by Martha Wells

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BN ID: 2940014110617
Publisher: Fandemonium Ltd
Publication date: 02/02/2012
Series: Stargate Atlantis Series , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 474,841
File size: 285 KB

About the Author

Martha Wells was born in 1964 in Fort Worth, Texas, and graduated from Texas A&M University with a B.A. in Anthropology. She is the author of fourteen novels, including the Nebula-nominated The Death of the Necromancer, as well as a number of short stories and nonfiction articles. Her books have been published in eight languages, including French, Spanish, German, Russian, and Dutch. Her newest fantasy novel is The Siren Depths, published by Night Shade Books.

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Stargate Atlantis #6: Entanglement 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
gilroy on LibraryThing 7 months ago
This book felt kinda formulaic when I read it. Team finds clue about Ancient weapon/stockpile/technology. Team explores ruins. Team finds friendly alien, or is he? Team encounters wraith. Team and alien join forces to defeat wraith. Alien goes home, while team takes jumper away from site. Sometimes reading the formula is to see what action is encompassed within the formula. Probably the only thing keeping this book from going away is the fact that I enjoyed the characters and the author stuck with their characterizations from the TV show.As a writer, I can take away tips on how to write within a given formula.
joleneb3 More than 1 year ago
Nice read
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story!
Jeanjaz More than 1 year ago
This book would have been an okay book if the characters weren't supposed to be SG-A characters. If you are looking for a book that continues what I've come to love in the TV series, you will be very disappointed. The author's take on the personality of Rodney isn't just that he is an arrogant, egotistical genius, but that he is also continually mean-spirited and cutting. Every time he talks, the author uses adverbs like acidly, cuttingly, sourly, etc.. I don't know about other people's perceptions, but in the series I see the team socializing and laughing together in their off hours. I have a hard time imagining the team in this book being able to do that comfortably. Also, the author seems to get the roles of McKay and Sheppard reversed. A number of times, Rodney directs the team and John takes a slightly resentful secondary role. So, to repeat myself, 'Entanglement' is an okay sci-fi book (not great, but okay), but if you are looking for more SG-A, you will be very disappointed.
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I thought this book was excellant. It had action, suspense, humor and a great Wraith twist - right up to the very end!