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by Sonny Whitelaw

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Author: Sonny Whitelaw
ISBN: 1905586043
ISBN13: 978-1905586042
Language: English
Publisher: Fandemonium Books; Media Tie In edition (April 23, 2007)
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Since the book uses time travel, Whitelaw and Fallon take the opportunity to work in several historical references.

Since the book uses time travel, Whitelaw and Fallon take the opportunity to work in several historical references.

What I loved about Stargate SG-1: Roswell Convoluted, full of plot holes and time travel paradoxes that make no sense whatsoever, absurd situations and coincidental historical references, and SO MUCH FRICKIN'.

What I loved about Stargate SG-1: Roswell. Some of my favourite Stargate episodes involve time travel so I decided to see if any of the books involve my favourite trope. Convoluted, full of plot holes and time travel paradoxes that make no sense whatsoever, absurd situations and coincidental historical references, and SO MUCH FRICKIN' FUN. Just like a good episode of the show! Glad to know not all of the SG-1 novels are horrible, like that last one I read (Stargate SG-1: Sunrise).

Stargate SG-1: Roswell is a novel co-written by Sonny Whitelaw and Jennifer Fallon and published by Fandemonium

Stargate SG-1: Roswell is a novel co-written by Sonny Whitelaw and Jennifer Fallon and published by Fandemonium. When a Stargate malfunction throws Lieutenant Colonel Cameron Mitchell, Dr. Daniel Jackson, Lt. Colonel Sam Carter, and Teal'c back in time, they only have minutes to live. But their rescue, by an unlikely duo - Major General Jack O'Neill and Vala Mal Doran - is only the beginning of their problems.

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Sonny whitelaw & jennifer fallon. Post hoc, ergo propter hoc, (trans. SG-1 would be lucky if they had eighteen seconds. after this, therefore because this (n): the logical fallacy of believing that temporal succession implies causation. CHAPTER ONE. Kill the unbelievers! Lieutenant Colonel Cameron Mitchell knew to the second how long it took to dial Earth and for the Stargate worm-hole to stabilize. She kicked her foot back, shaking the thing off like a pesky mosquito, but then a whole slew of them started pounding her legs.

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When a Stargate malfunction throws Colonel Cameron Mitchell, Dr. Daniel Jackson, and Colonel Sam Carter back in time, they only have minutes to live. But their rescue, by an unlikely duo―General Jack O'Neill and Vala Mal Doran―is only the beginning of their problems.
Comments to eBook Roswell (Stargate SG-1, No. 9)
Kabei
Stargate books, for me, is a guilty pleasure. I came late to the Stargate TV franchise, never having watched much TV when the series were on (except SGU). But after watching the entire series from start to finish, SG1, SGA and SGU and the two movies, I came to really enjoy the franchise.

One day, having been missing the show and not wanting to watch any of the series again for at least another year, I thought I'd try one of the books. This isn't the first I've tried, but it is the first I'm going to review. I purchased this book while waiting, ever waiting, for the fourth book in the Stargate Atlantis Legacy series (due to come out June 28, 2012), which I have been enjoying immensely. Enjoying the books, not the waiting.

First, if your going to read it, I think your going to want to have seen the series. There are just so many references to the series, so much taken for granted that the reader knows, I doubt someone who hasn't seen the series would enjoy this book. I suppose it's possible. But I do at least have a smattering of memory of some of the back story, so it's difficult for me to tell if this would break the book for someone who doesn't. But IMHO, its a book for those who have drank the kool-aid, and want more.

If your looking for the great American novel, look somewhere else. If your looking to fill up some of your time with a book that has the feel of a Stargate SG1 episode, then you've come to the right place. The writing is pretty tight, the dialogue believable. I'm not entirely sold on the alternate timelines theory of stitching up the plot, but that's the writers (or MGM's) prerogative. At least I think its more reasonable then the actual multi-dimension theory floated by some real cosmologists and has been featured on the show in a number of episodes, featuring a mirror. Or Vacuum energy-slash-bridge.

The beginning of the plot is: SG1 is out on a mission to a converted Ori world. The natives are restless. And armed. As Cameron, Teal'c, Sam and Daniel are heading into the gate followed by raging convert fanatics, several Ori Priors spring a trap and use their staffs to fire energy beams at the gate, attempting to do dastardly damage to the Stargate room on earth. There is damage, but it also energy spikes the gate during the transit of SG1. They are sent back in time to a point when there wasn't even a gate room. The gate Kawoosh creates a exit-less cavern in the middle of the mountain, then the wormhole shuts down and the gate disappears leaving the team to suffocate to death in the past. It's up to Vala and General Jack O'Neill to go back in time and rescue the rest of the team.

In all their efforts to survive and get home, the timeline is altered creating significant difficulties for SG1.

The only real complaint with the book is it seemed rushed. A lot happens, a lot we never get to read about. It's understandable why we don't read about Vala's adventures, but we should get to read more about Cameron. But I understand. They don't want the books to be too long. But as I say, a little rushed. As long as you don't look at the plot toooo closely, its a good read.

There may be two versions of this book on Amazon for the Kindle. I purchased the Kindle version that is 311 pages (estimated). The other version says 357 pages with real page numbers. The two versions have different prices. The 357 page kindle version is 27% more money.

It might simply be a case of different scan methods, or it might be a different edition that has been edited. If anyone knows if the books are different, I'd appreciate you letting me know via the comments.

Thank you.
Xmatarryto
I have read MANY Stargate books, but this one is my FAVORITE, hands down. Having just reread it (a sign it is a standout novel), let me say that if you like the SG-1 franchise, you will NOT be disappointed!! The plotline is excellent, the characters perfectly rendered and in tune with each other, the action is fully absorbing and all is very tight and well written. It is EXACTLY like watching an episode.. even better than the episodes due to the excellent plot and characterizations (with humor). The action, suspense and sweeping forward momentum make this a gem you will enjoy as much as putting on an old episode and watching it on your TV. If you miss Stargate SG-1 and wish there were MORE to the series than exists, this is the place to start reading. It will have you sitting on the edge of your seat, right IN the action, absorbed just like watching it on the Big Screen. It is a truly EXCELLENT volume, and worth your time to read. Top Marks!! - With Thanks to the author (how about another SG-1 title, Sonny?? Please??) - this title is in my HIGHLY recommended list.
Chinon
This is one of the few good SG-1 books, as must are awful. Quite the plot moves, it is too reliant on complex twists of timelines. What made the tv series great is that a timeline change is a great way to tell the story, it isn't the story. The author of this book didn't get the5 memo, or so it seems.

A lot of story is wasted trying to explain things like a force field used inside solid rock. If you can't find a better subplot than that, find another hobby than writing books.

The part about the past if decades ago and reliant to pre-space age Americans was well written. The characters were accurate but the language needs cleaning up. Try conveying emotion through prose, not through crude.

The Asgard healing/health was okay, but see the Atlantis Legacy book 8, about relating to Dis, for an example of far better writing. Here an Asgard is a lump of flesh, elsewhere it is an interesting, if arrogant, being.

Worth reading, but not by a lot.
Xarcondre
I really enjoyed this book - it was great how it tied history to the story line of SG1. I could actually picture the characters like we see them on TV and they were true to form. Towards the end (last chapter or so) I got a little confused on the timelines and all the time jumping details regarding the Antarctic 'gate; but i got the gist of it. You have to watch the show and really love it to get all the hidden jokes - someone not familiar with the show would be lost on some of those jokes. Being a huge fan and wishing it was still around - I loved it. I was starting to go through 'gate withdrawls. I have read a couple of the other books and sometimes got bored or the characters weren't true to form. This one I had a hard time putting down!! Now with Universe ending - hopefully there will be books that will continue their journey on Destiny!
Manazar
Time travel at its best and scariest. Characters meet SGC series expectations and the story is riveting. Well written but with a few typos.
Welen
I haven't finished this book yet so I don't yet know if there is violence or sexual content. So far I like the character development. Jack, Sam, Vala, etc all behave like their tv counterparts. The only complaint I have so far is the writing. I've seen numerous grammatical errors, which really bugs me. Editing of this book could have gone better.
Ytli
One of the best SG-1 adventures to date...really loved the quirks with history and time travel. Would recommend to any SG-1 fan!
SG-1 /Roswell / Area 51. Is it any surprise why I chose this book? That being said, I did enjoy this book. It was another time travel story. And for some reason, trying to keep track of the timelines and consequences was a bit much in this book. But there was a lot of action and I loved that Loki showed up in this story and the introduction of a new Asgard An.
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