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message 1: by Anastasia (last edited Feb 12, 2010 07:23AM) (new)

Anastasia (tdallonsy) | 187 comments Mod
Discussion thread for Stargate SG1 - #13 - Hydra
Stargate SG-1: Hydra
Stargate SG-1 Hydra (SG1, #13) by Holly Scott

What did you think of the plot? Characters? Writing? Any favorite dialogue/scenes? Share your thoughts and comments below!

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Beth  (canadianbeth) | 28 comments This book had elements of two episodes - Tin Man and Point of View, which made it somewhat interesting. There was considerable technobabble though what went *way* over my head. The story was good, with several SG-1 duplicates wreaking havoc (think NID) and our team trying to stop them once they found out. For the story itself I would give it four stars but all that quantum mirror stuff made me just give it three.

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Anastasia (tdallonsy) | 187 comments Mod
Sound interesting. I've yet to read it (it's next on the list of SG1 books I have. I'm currently making my way through Atlantis novels, albeit slowly, as I want to stretch 'em out)

Any interesting lines of dialogue or scenes from Hydra, that stand out in your mind?

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Beth  (canadianbeth) | 28 comments I have read all the Atlantis books except the newer ones, Homecoming and The Lost. I am saving those and getting caught up on the SG-1 books. I am currently reading Valhalla - #14 - and have #16 and #17 in the stack here. I downloaded #17 to my e-reader just the other day and will probably do that with any new books that are published; there is just no more room on my bookshelves.

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Anastasia (tdallonsy) | 187 comments Mod
I order mine from Amazon, sometimes a paperback's better than an e-copy. Some people still have problems with e-readers on airplanes. As if an iPad can take down an entire aircraft. Oy!

I didn't want to read the Atlantis novels before I've seen the show, and I've only recently watched it from episode 1 to 100. (prior to that I've seen bits and pieces on local channels, but that's all)

It's always interesting to see the SG1 clones run around though. looking forward to reading Hydra.

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