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STARGATE SG-1: Transitions [Kindle Edition]

Sabine C. Bauer
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)

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Book Description

The journey begins

After her mother’s death, Cassie Fraiser is moving on. So she thinks. But there are dangerous forces at work and she soon finds herself caught up in a situation far beyond her control. It’s a good thing Colonel Carter was keeping an eye on her.

But while Carter rallies SG-1 to Cassie’s aid, events on Atlantis are going from bad to worse. Facing a deadly plague and a computer virus that’s shutting down the city, it looks like Colonel Sheppard’s team will provide rich pickings for the incoming Wraith hive ship.

But sometimes events galaxies apart are connected in unexpected ways— and help comes from the most surprising of places. In this action-packed story, Sabine C. Bauer brings together the heroes of Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis in the fight of their lives…


“I repeat, Colonel. What the hell happened?”


Oh damn, he knew that frown. She was about to techno-babble. Given the way his head felt, he probably wouldn’t survive that. “Twenty-five words or less, and no more than three syllables each, Carter!”

“Jack! Sam!” Daniel came climbing over the mounds of rubble, Teal’c in his wake. They looked a little singed around the edges, but otherwise seemed to be in full working order. “You guys okay?” gasped Daniel. “What the hell happened?”

“That’s what I’m trying to find out. Carter!”

“When the missile struck the car, the blast took out the gas pumps and set off whatever fuel was left in the underground tanks. Twenty-four words, sir.” She grinned. “There was a chance that some of the shrapnel might hit the chopper, but I hadn’t actually dared count on it. I guess there was a little more gas in those tanks than I’d thought…”

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  • File Size: 598 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Fandemonium Books (October 18, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Too many continuity issues September 7, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
It took me a long time to decide whether I should give this book one or two stars.
The plot-idea isn't all bad, but for anyone who has watched more than two episodes of either series it just doesn't work. The most obvious mistake the author makes is that the timeline is completely out of sync - while the SG1 part of the story takes place somewhere at the end of season 8 (ie somewhere in the middle of season 1 of Atlantis), most events of the second half of season two of Atlantis seem to have already happened. That alone devalues the book a lot since supposedly it tries to fill in the blanks between seasons 8 and 9 of SG-1.
Where things are getting even weirder is the assumption that 10,000 years ago Atlantis left earth for Pegasus (and not from Antarctica), while in the series the came back then.
Without wanting to give away too much, smaller mistakes she makes are confusing Atlantis shields with the cloak, making the shield necessary to stop Atlantis from flooding, giving the Wraith shields and small things like the fact that the SGC is aware of Baal's clones, when they shouldn't be yet and having the Korolev already be in service (ZPM in tow).
I truly enjoyed the Legacy series (written by different authors) and can recommend them to anyone who enjoyed SGA, and I believe there are some good SG-1 books out there as well. This one however may have worked as a SG-1 novel only (to solve all those pesky continuity problems) but as it stands, even though it's not badly written per se, is just too flawed.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Are we reading the same book? January 30, 2012
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That is literally the question I ask myself right now, looking at these other glowing reviews. "A book by a Stargate Fan"? Sabine Bauer proves in this book her knowledge of all things stargate SG-1, pre season 9. After that point, forget about it. Now, the idea behind the story was solid, that



a rogue faction of ancients, who believed that they should be able to advance lesser races, if only to stop their suffering from primitive societal and medical practices. (don't even get me started on the Krogan argument from Mass Effect). When the Atlantean council refused to hear their arguments, this group decided to make them listen. With biological warfare. the main Ancient Character Amata, planted a variation of the Ancient virus in Atlantis, intending to have it set off once the city reached Pegasus. The Ancients with die from the physical virus, which wasn't meant to harm humans, and the city would die from the computer virus that would sabatoge the city's control systems. All well and good, except the virus WASN'T released. Not until the Atlantis expedition came along, anyway. Fortunately, Amata was still around, in a stasis container, and helped solve the problems she had made for the humans in Atlantis (who were getting killed by the virus). Decent idea. Plausible, maybe. Except that Sabine Bauer has NO idea of the timeloine for which she is writing. Let me lay out her mistakes for you:

1.This "book" takes place shortly after Moebious part 2. Jack is still in command of the SGC, but is about to get promoted to Homeworld Sec. And he says they still have a few Ba'al clones to round up (which we didn't find out about until season 9, Deus Ex Machina).
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Transitions: A book written by a FAN - Yeah! October 23, 2011
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I couldn't wait to get this book considering the high quality of the previous Stargate books by this author. Once again she gives us a wonderful romp through the Stargate universe - and the Pegasus one as an added bonus. This story had action on nearly every page and although I tried to put it down it was so exciting that I just couldn't.
Why not five stars? A few reasons really but mainly because this book was so jammed full of plot work that some things were brushed over a little too much and some of the main characters only got a few token moments. It may have worked better as two books esp considering that it covered both SG-1 and Atlantis and all the main characters in both. Also the main protagonist is a murderous fanatic one moment and remorseful saviour the next without any real reason given as to her change of heart.
I may have mentioned this before but when a true and talented fan of Stargate writes a story you seem to get a whole lot more for your money than when an established author with no real interest in the series writes one with only their wallets in mind. Just my opinion but I've noted that the reviews seem to be supporting this.
This story was so entertaining that it had me yanking out my DVD collection so that I could get another taste of that series that I'm beginning to miss so very much.
Hope Fandemonium start pumping out more Stargate books a little faster and a lot LOT more on schedule than they have been.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome crossover. March 29, 2012
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There are some minor spoilers in this review.

I am not really a big SG-1 fan but a HUGE fan of Atlantis so I got this book.
I don't know a whole lot about SG-1. That said here we go.
This book is really well written and it seemed to me that all the characters were well represented. It reads somewhat like a mystery novel in the beginning because they are trying to find Cassie but once they do you got pure sci-fi from then on.
Like both the series this book is packed with action. If you find yourself reading it and not liking what you see, Trust me when I tell you, JUST GO WITH IT.
The ending SO much fun.
I think this is a great book for fans of both series as well as just plain sci-fi.
I also suggest you watch the SG-1 episode "1969". It will help explain a lot.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good read
Ok, first things first, this was a very enjoyable story, and I will definitely read it again. Worth the buy and the read time. That being said, why did I take off one star? Read more
Published 23 days ago by RebootMouse
5.0 out of 5 stars Transitions
This Janus guy is a mess. Keep those folks jumping with the time travel. This one was better than the last time travel book I read. Read more
Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Read
Excellent read, filled in a few details from the series but was confusing with the timeline. It was set before sg1 s9 but nearly half way through s2 of Atlantis. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Kim Jacob
5.0 out of 5 stars great read good combination of both shows.
would recommend to stargate fans. great book and great adventure involving the characters from stargate sg 1 and stargate atlantis.
Published 13 months ago by David F. Surginer
5.0 out of 5 stars Starage Atlantis
A fan of the show. The Stargate Altantis books are great stories and additions to the series. Glad to find them for Kindle.
Published 15 months ago by Monica Jimenez
5.0 out of 5 stars Transitions
Overall, the book was very good. The author did an excellent job with the plot in that the characters are in two galaxies! Read more
Published on March 11, 2012 by Thomas0423
5.0 out of 5 stars kindle books
When I saw the description of this book on the publisher's website, I preordered a copy, then waited. And waited. And waited. Read more
Published on February 29, 2012 by lw
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best!
I have read a lot of the Stargate Atlantis books as well as some SG-1 and this is one of the best books I have read yet. Read more
Published on January 18, 2012 by Alexandra Hart
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Read
I will be the first to admit that I love Stargate anything and that I am difficult to please at times. This book was wonderful. Read more
Published on January 16, 2012 by N. Drennan
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting crossover but....
I found this an interesting and entertaining story for the most part. There were some enjoyable references to story lines from actual tv episodes that help make the current story... Read more
Published on January 11, 2012 by cf100
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