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Allegiance (Stargate Atlantis, #18) After their failed attempt to rescue Rodney from the Wraith, the team is back in Atlantis dealing with the fallout from their discovery about what has happened to him and what to do about the fact that with their Chief Scientist working for the enemy, the city and everyone in it is at risk In addition, Ronon finds out that some of his people have returned to Sateda, trying to rebuild what they can and that the Genii are once again causing trouble.The different storylines flow together well as After their failed attempt to rescue Rodney from the Wraith, the team is back in Atlantis dealing with the fallout from their discovery about what has happened to him and what to do about the fact that with their Chief Scientist working for the enemy, the city and everyone in it is at risk In addition, Ronon finds out that some of his people have returned to Sateda, trying to rebuild what they can and that the Genii ar A lifesaver, as these books continue where the series left off. I enjoyed seeing all my favorite characters again, and they were well drawn, but they neededto do This book felt like mostly build up to the next book, with lots of waiting The one, surprisingly large development that did happen was It wad great That sthat I reading this series books realize this stargate Altantis stand up for it self and have action and live as stargate series of books I would recommend to anyone who loved stargate or not Reviewing the Legacy series is tricky, I was fortunate I read it well after the fact but was totally unaware of the major plot points but I never went looking for reviews either.So here we go, Allegiance is the third novel in the series and Rodney is still very much missing and unaware he is helping to bring down his friends and family in Pegasus and after the failure of the first retrieval mission things look bleak Atlantis greets some old and new friends from Earth but before anyone can get s Reviewing the Legacy series is tricky, I was fortunate I read it well after the fact but was totally unaware of the major plot points but I never went looking for reviews either.So here we go, Allegiance is the third novel in the series and Rodney is still very much missing and unaware he is helping to bring down his friends and family in Pegasus and after the failure of the first retrieval mission things look bleak Atlantis greets some old and new friends from Earth but before anyone can get settled the city is attacked by forces loyal to Queen Death, the city survives mainly intact for all but one critical element However we also see that Sateda in a small way is rising from among the ashes of it s former civilisation offering hope to Ronon but there are always other worlds and groups looking to exploit the resources of worlds unable to protect themselves It seems diplomacy will be the tool of t The story moves slower than I would like but that s probably the only bad thing about it. Enemies And Friends Reeling From The Shocking Discovery Of Rodney McKay S Fate, Colonel Sheppard And His Team Retreat To Atlantis To Regroup With Rodney Not Only In The Hands Of The Wraith, But Apparently Working For Them, Atlantis Faces A New Danger Their Own Man, Turned Against Them.While Zelenka And Colonel Carter Work Frantically To Crack The Security Protocols McKay Embedded In Atlantis S Computer System, Ronan Revisits His Past And Finds Much Is Changing On Sateda Meanwhile, Queen Death Prepares To Make Use Of Her Most Valuable Prisoner With Rodney Still Unaware Of His True Identity, The Fate Of Atlantis Hangs In The Balance Set After The TV Series Exciting Finale, STARGATE ATLANTIS Allegiance Is Book Three Of The Gripping New Legacy Series. This is the third in a series and it s necessary to have read the others before reading this one That being said, the action picks up right where we left off in book two I won t go into plot at all, but one of the great things about this series is it s written by people who know the series I have read all the tie ins for this show and out of all of the books these characterizations are some of the best It really feels like an episode of the show As much as my inner fan is thrilled to have s This is the third in a series and it s necessary to have read the others before reading this one That being said, the action picks up right where we left off in book two I won t go into plot at all, but one of the great things about this series is it s written by people who know the series I have read all the tie ins for this show and out of all of the books these characterizations are some of the best It really feels like an episode of the show As much as my inner fan is thrilled to have solid books continuing the series, I did have a few problems with this book The authors have mentioned that each middle book in the series will focus on one of the t I enjoyed this third outing in the Legacy series of Stargate Atlantis novels It wasn t quite as good as the first two, maybe because the main author, Jo Graham, didn t write this one, but she co authored the first two.It s hard to review a book mid series and avoid spoilers Super hard The plot centers around the search for Dr McKay, the defense of Atlantis against the Wraith queen Death, and the continued drama of the IOA trying to interfere in the affairs of Atlantis I felt like this book I enjoyed this third outing in the Legacy series of Stargate Atlantis novels It wasn t quite as good as the first two, maybe because the main author, Jo Graham, didn t write this one, but she co authored the first two.It s hard to review a book mid series and avoid spoilers Super hard The plot centers around the searc I really like this series I enjoyed most of this book It did slow down a bit in the middle, for me Then it picked up again I love how the authors are bringing back in the old background characters and showing what happened to them I d always wondered what happened to Sora.The expansion of the Wraith culture is really good I like it And it does seem very logical since they had to have a very detailed culture that the show never went into.The hints of Romance Well, I don t mind They did k I really like this series I enjoyed most of this book It did slow down a bit in the middle, for me Then it picked up again I love how the authors are bringing back in the


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