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Stargate SG-1: The Cost of Honor Book Two

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Sally Malcolm concludes the story she began in A Matter of Honor. This is an action-packed tale. The reader is rocked from heroic to horrific events. I was exhausted when I finished the book. I don’t think a televison episode could be made from this two-book series, but it works as a Stargate tale.

Published in mass-market paperback by Fandemonium Books. ISBN 0954734343

Stargate SG-1: City of the Gods

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SG-1 discovers a brutal society with Aztec roots and learn much more about the origins of the Crystal Skull encountered in a previous mission. Sonny Whitelaw captures the essence of the SG-1 team and presents some entertaining science in the process.

Published in mass-market paperback by Fandemonium Books. ISBN 0954734335

Stargate SG-1: A Matter of Honor Book One

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Sally Malcolm begins an epic story about O’Neill’s quest to rescue SG-10, the team lost to a black hole. Unfortunately, the Kinahhi, an advanced race negotiating technology exchange with Earth, have unpleasant plans for SG-1 and Earth.

Published in mass-market paperback by Fandemonium Books. ISBN 0954734327

Stargate SG-1: Sacrifice Moon

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Julie Fortune contributes an account of SG-1’s first mission through the stargate. The highlight of this tale is a bloodthirsty, hot and sweaty Carter. What more could you ask for?

Published in mass-market paperback by Fandemonium Books. ISBN 0954734319

Stargate SG-1: Trial by Fire

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Author Sabine C. Bauer fired up a new series of Stargate SG-1 adventures with this story about a peace mission with SG-1 caught between sworn enemies and barbaric rites. The story seems to be typical Stargate fare. The characters are sufficiently snarky to catch the flavor of the television series. I’ll keep on reading more books in the series.

Published in mass-market paperback by Fandemonium Books. ISBN 0954734300

Note: Fandemonium isn’t licensed to sell this series online in the US. I ordered from a UK bookseller.

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