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Author Needs to stick with SG-1,
This review is from: Stargate Atlantis: Nightfall: SGA-10 (Mass Market Paperback)
The author had previously written Stargate SG-1: Relativity. Now that was a good book. But once again something in that book that irritated me, was the he wrote about the characters and the way he referred to the characters. Calling them O'Neill, and Jackson seemed odd, in the way he did it. He does the same thing with this book. But what was really dissappointing was the bland execution of the book. He had an interesting idea, but it was so boring the way he wrote it. Of all the SGA books, I have read this has to be the most excruciating of all, next to SGA:Angelus. Skip this one altogether and save your money. If ya wanna read a really good SGA title, try Mirror Mirror. The characterization is spot on, and the story execution is entertaining.