Brimstone

Brimstone The Stargate Atlantis team discover a city on a moon that s about to plunge into its own sun But the city which looked as if it had been abandoned turns out to be inhabited by descendants of the Ancie

  • Title: Brimstone
  • Author: David Niall Wilson Patricia Lee Macomber
  • ISBN: 9781905586202
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Stargate Atlantis team discover a city on a moon that s about to plunge into its own sun But the city which looked as if it had been abandoned turns out to be inhabited by descendants of the Ancients who have fallen into decadence and debauchery Faced with a dissolute society disinterested in their own fate and unable to escape, the team must fight their way free befThe Stargate Atlantis team discover a city on a moon that s about to plunge into its own sun But the city which looked as if it had been abandoned turns out to be inhabited by descendants of the Ancients who have fallen into decadence and debauchery Faced with a dissolute society disinterested in their own fate and unable to escape, the team must fight their way free before being plunged into a fiery death.

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    About "David Niall Wilson Patricia Lee Macomber"

    1. David Niall Wilson Patricia Lee Macomber

      David Niall Wilson has been writing and publishing horror, dark fantasy, and science fiction since the mid eighties An ordained minister, once President of the Horror Writer s Association and multiple recipient of the Bram Stoker Award He lives outside Hertford, NC with the love of his life, Patricia Lee Macomber, His children Zane and Katie, occasionally their older siblings, Stephanie, who is in college, and Bill and Zach who are in the Navy, and an ever changing assortment of pets.David is CEO and founder of Crossroad Press, a cutting edge digital publishing company specializing in electronic novels, collections, and nonfiction, as well as unabridged audiobooks and print titles.

    635 thoughts on “Brimstone”

    1. The team discover another Ancient city that is actually still inhabited - and located on a moon headed straight into its sun. Turns out the city's population is well aware of this, however, and doesn't want to be rescued. Instead, Sheppard's team is now trapped in a city about to be obliterated and intended to play a starring role in their very own end of the world entertainment programme Not the worst of the SGA novels, but certainly not one of the better ones either. Onedimensional OCs, slight [...]


    2. With all the universe at their fingertips, the authors went for a space Las Vegas casino and didn't even give it a proper alien twist. The OCs were two-dimensional and boring and the fact that Sheppard didn't even check if his team members were actually dead before he decided to just leave them No. Just no. 2 stars only because I loved the show before TPTB butchered it.


    3. This was pretty much just like an episode of SGA, only not as good, which is to be expected. Still, in the absence of one of my all-time favorite shows, these novels do fill the gap. The characterization was pretty good, and the story was fun.


    4. Awsome I love it other great book by this a stargate Atlantis series I would recommend to everyone who loves stargate or is sy fi science person


    5. Rodney discovers a planet that has changed trajectory and is heading toward the sun. The team heads in to help rescue anyone that’s left. They discover a group of ancients that have chosen to spend their days in entertainment and decadence instead of ascending. New people are an opportunity for new amusements and so they have the gate rigged so that no visitors can leave. The team doesn't want to burn up with the planet (obviously) so they must figure a way off the planet before it burns.[retu [...]


    6. I don't expect much from a book spun-off from a SyFy television show which was just a rollicking space adventure, but the plot of this "novel" made the weekly premises of Atlantis seem intricate and down-right sublime. I think I saw the same premise on an episode of Star Trek. If so, I'm sure the characters there were at least true to themselves in that absurd set-up, unlike here. This story even had its own red-shirted Ensign Cumbly or whatever. Too bad he didn't die a Star-trekian death. That [...]


    7. Another reviewer noted the one-dimensional characters They were absolutely right. I have the distinct impression the author watched only a handful of seasons to get a "sense" of the series and then wrote this. The characters just were never really in character Especially Zalenka and Rodney. Rodney is more than just a petulant genius, but all he seemed to do was yell at Cumby (the most irrelevant character I've ever read). A better ending would have had Wolsey actually send a MALP (how was there [...]


    8. 3 Stars. It was alright. It was not really a bad story but it wasn't particularly good either. It was a bit too forseeable for my taste and the characters didn't feel right. One could still recognize them but they weren't exactly right. I don't know any better way how to discribe it. And it seems like the auther didn't even bother with watching the show before writing the story or he just chose to ignore certain facts. What ever it was a bit nerve wrecking. So nothing one really has to read.


    9. Another near-death adventure for Col. Sheppard and his team. Trapped on a world heading directly for destruction, they find a mirror image of Atlantis inhabited by a sect devoted to debauchery and decadence. They must fight there way back to the gate before becoming trapped. While Rodney usually manages to 'save the day' using his computer skills, this time he has to fight a dragon and become a warrior. And of course we have the Wraith too.


    10. A moon is found heading towards the sun that may support life. The team is sent to see if they can rescue anybody, and find relatives of the Ancients there. There's some nice twists and the author has got the characters right. I think I will remember this because of Rodney, a dragon and Wolsey. A good read.


    11. This is book #15 - this is one of the few series that still puts the numbers on the books so it should be labeled correctly.


    12. This was more developed fan fiction. I appreciate these books as fillers for the show, especially since I need to get some sort of Stargate fix somewhere.


    13. Good quick read. Advanced fan fiction. As good as an episode and introduced cool tech. But wasn't as strong on the characters as some of the other books.



    14. A good solid story, would have made a good episode. The main characters were written well, only Woolsey seemed a tad off. But his character changed so much over the season it's difficult to judge.



    15. It was novel-length fan-fiction, basically. But it was entertaining, and it allowed me to spend more time with beloved characters while I wait to get the next season of the show from the library.


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