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Battlestar Galactica: Unity (Battlestar Galactica Miniseries #4)

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  80 ratings  ·  8 reviews
A prophecy is fulfilled when Peter Attis is rescued from the Cylons in order to save humanity with "the plague of the tongue." Or so it seems…

While harvesting algae for conversion into food, the beleaguered human/refugee fleet is discovered by a small group of Cylon raiders. A brief battle ends with the destruction of a Cylon heavy raider. A colonial issue escape pod foun
Mass Market Paperback, 318 pages
Published October 2nd 2007 by Tor Books (first published 2007)
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The weakest of the trilogy. It didn't add anything to the series. At least the other two went into back stories that explained why things were the way they were. I wouldn't bother reading this, unless you were like me, dying for more BSG reading material.
This book reminded me how much I miss the show. I enjoyed reading this. Though I wasn't too sold on Starbucks personality in the book. I just couldn't see her with a "pop star" and I don't remember anything about her dad in the show so that was strange to read about him in the book. But overall it was a good read. I'll probably look for more books about the show so I don't miss so much. Hopefully they're just as good or even better.
This wasn't a bad book and I could see this book being in line with the show and how it could have been an episode for the most part. It was an easy read and I think I did it in a week or something. The plot is pretty good and it does fit in when it says it takes place from the show. So that is good.
A solid book. It would have made for some decent episodes on the show. There were a few typos which annoyed me. Publishers, kindly proofread a little better? Hire me.
This book explains the folks who showed up in Season 3 with red scarves. If I hadn't read this book, I would have had no clue as to the role the cult is playing.
Pretty well written. Had a hard time putting it down. However, after finishing this book, I kind of wish this would have been a real episode of Battlestar Galactica.
Fun read for BG fans. I could totally see this book as an episode. The author writes very visually and the writing was really light and quick. Fun read.
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