The Lost

  • Title: The Lost
  • Author: Jo Graham Amy Griswold
  • ISBN: 9781905586547
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Lost Reeling from the terrible events of Homecoming Stargate Atlantis the team are doing whatever it takes to find their lost crew even if it means turning to their enemies for help While Teyla and Ronon
    Reeling from the terrible events of Homecoming Stargate Atlantis, the team are doing whatever it takes to find their lost crew even if it means turning to their enemies for help While Teyla and Ronon seek information from the Genii, Colonel Sheppard reopens tense negotiations with the Wraith, Todd, struggling to ensure that he remains Todd s ally and not his hostage TReeling from the terrible events of Homecoming Stargate Atlantis, the team are doing whatever it takes to find their lost crew even if it means turning to their enemies for help While Teyla and Ronon seek information from the Genii, Colonel Sheppard reopens tense negotiations with the Wraith, Todd, struggling to ensure that he remains Todd s ally and not his hostage The Lost Stargate Atlantis is book two of the exciting Legacy series.

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    1. Second book in an offshoot Stargate Atlantis Legacy e-series, a derivative. I read this because I enjoyed the television series Stargate Atlantis, and wanted to know the rest of the story, especially about Todd / Guide the ancient Wraith, and his uneasy alliance (brotherhood) with Colonol John Sheppard. This book was enjoyable enough yet fairly predictable, in that I immediately guessed the identity of Quicksilver. There were a few scenes showing Todd the Wraith, but he was paired up with Ronan [...]

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    2. There are some spoilers perhaps although I haven't finished the book. I have been vague as possible and provide a second warning below before I reveal details.The premise presented so far in the Legacy series is an enjoyable and plausible story. Plausible in that it makes sense given the story origins left from the premature cancellation by SyFy (IMO).I have just an ok feel about half way through this novel because of some lazy and illogical events used to create the drama. Some spoilers may fol [...]

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    3. The Lost is the second book in the Stargate Atlantis Legacy series and the story quickly picks up from the first novel where McKay was captured by the Wraith. The fate of McKay was unexpected but in hindsight perfectly in sync with events as seen in the television series. The complexity of dealing with Todd and the Genii added some depth to the novel which did feel a little like a staging story, moving pieces into places ready for a more hard hitting events to come.That said I am loving how the [...]

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    4. It was awesome I just love it every book makes feel like I am back to the show and character are very well written and action is superberg like onlyStargate could. Give it over and over

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    5. Rodney McKay has been abducted by the Wraith and the Atlantis team has had little luck tracking down their missing scientist on their own. They split into two teams to gather what information they can from their shaky alliances. Sheppard, Teyla, and Dr. Beckett visit the Genii while Ronon and Dr. Keller meet with Todd. Neither mission goes as planned but valuable information is gleaned regardless. But what the Atlantis team doesn't know is that Dr. McKay has no desire to be rescued.Reading THE L [...]

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    6. I would easily have given the book 5 stars, but a few things had bugged me while I was reading, and I think I'm just gonna list them here before talking about the great ones.(view spoiler)[First, the John/Teyla relationship. This is quite a personal issue, actually, depending on whether or not you like the ship in the show. As far as I'm concerned, I don't, not really; I prefer the John/Elizabeth ship, but this is the fangirl talking. Still, for me John and Teyla are just friends, so you could g [...]

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    7. I enjoyed the first 75% of the novel. Certain sections were unnecessary, e.g. the descriptions of Atlantis's kitchen. If you've seen at least a few episodes of the television show, you'd already have had a general idea of the grandness of Atlantis, so no real need to give that much detail of the kitchen. Nor did I care that they had kosher MRE's. At that point in the novel I was ready to be on with it and get McKay rescued. The ending was terribly disappointing. All that build just to end the wa [...]

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    8. I didn't like this one as much as the last book in the series, but it's still a solid story, so I'll give it a three.There were some really well done parts. The writing is smoother this time, so it feels like the authors got into the groove. I also love what's going on with Rodney. He has a really strong storyline in this. However, that's the end of what I liked.Unfortunately, what I don't like is a longer list. I really didn't like Jennifer in this. She gets upset with people for doing their jo [...]

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    9. The second book of the Legacy series starts right where the first one left off, with the team and all of Atlantis dealing with the aftermath of Rodney's abduction and the start of a massive search effort, including reaching out to some of their most tentative allies in hopes of finding any information that will lead them to their missing man. Meanwhile, we also get some more insight into life aboard a Wraith ship and an intriguing look into their minds that the TV format just didn't allow for. T [...]

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    10. Ok so this carries on the Legacy series but it seems like a long way to get from A to B, and again this is padded fan fic, good for real fans and easy to read. I was more interested in Rodney's side of the story here but it featured so little. There were too many side stories and details that just weren't relevant. Radek's eye test and the kitchens have halal meat, really do I care? It still reads like fan fiction and lots of little touches back to the series, I really feel the writer doesn't li [...]

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    11. Excellent continuation of the Legacy Series. Dr. Rodney McKay is missing. His team runs themselves ragged to find him. They make deals with those they barely trust and pay the price. If you like "whumping" you get some here, both Shep and Teyla. Told in a more leisurely fashion than the series, this story has more depth, more "behind the scenes" explanations than the series. You hear from Lorne, Zelenka, Keller, Carson, Weir, Carter, and other non-team characters as well as a few new faces.Rodne [...]

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    12. Legacy series 1 of ?Not knowing the projected length of this is certainly a handicap. Also, a bit worried on where they plan to take Rodney. Eventual rescue? Recovery? Being distrusted by everyone on Atlantis? Ugh. Unable to return. Sent away. Ye plot gods, no. They wouldn't! Would they? Just worried how this will play out and be resolved.Love Sam's characterization. Spot on.Hate Teyla and Sheppard together. No thank you. Don't want. In the least.Hate the politics and this pervasive attitude tha [...]

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    13. The authors are doing such a wonderful job continuing Stargate Atlantis, I am just thrilled with the direction it’s going. The Lost picks up where Homecoming left us hanging, searching desperately for Rodney. I won’t go much more into the plot, so that I don’t give away anything, but I will rave about how well the characters have been written. It’s clear that the authors know and love SGA, because the characters are spot on, and all of the secondary characters like Lorne and Zelenka get [...]

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    14. What an opening scene! What a story! This was a heart-rending ride from page one to the end, and totally worth the hours spent reading it. Rodney's fate is mindblowing and the travails the team undergo to get him back John's journey through the valley of shadows is painstaking, as are Teyla's struggles among her people and Ronon's frustration with 'the way things are done'. Tense and edgy, the plot twists and turns keep the reader on their toes until the last scene. Great use of supporting chara [...]

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    15. Rodney has been kidnapped by Wraith and they do not know where to find him. SGA contact both the Genii and Tod for information. Only problem, the Genii want Shepherd to deliver an Ancient spaceship first. This is a really good story, though it could have perhaps been edited slightly as the author likes their descriptions a lot. It is really clever how Rodney is portrayed, and you really want to know what happens to him. A good read.

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    16. A good follow up to the previous novel in the series, I only marked it down one star because it didn't quite feel like the characters of John, Ronon, and Jennifer were written quite right, they were each a little off. It happens sometimes when you get a group of different authors writing for an established franchise, and this isn't so bad that it detracted from the story, but it was noticeable. Looking forward to the next book.

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    17. Book 2 of the Legacy series - and I enjoyed it. Most interesting was to see some of the Pegasus galaxy through the eyes of the wraith - Colonel Samantha Carter is known to the Wraith as She Who Carries Many Things and is considered a Warrior Queen. She has an experienced blade (Wraith term for warrior) Consort named Trickster (Jack) back in her home galaxy.

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    18. I enjoyed this book and am looking forward to the next, but I do wish a little more had happened in it. I felt like it was all build-up, not enough action. The Zelenka & Lorne subplots were interesting, and I liked the new psychologist character. For the most part, the characterization was great.

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    19. I thought it was really good, and it had a GREAT line in it that Teyla says to John. It was quote book-worthy.Unfortunately, my library doesn't have any of the rest of the books in this six-book series. *weep*

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    20. Táto kniha je slabšia ako Homecoming, dej je trochu pomalý a od začiatku je jasné, čo sa stalo Rodneymu. Bližší pohľad do sveta Wraithov je však celkom zaujímavý, aj keď by som si priala trochu viac deja. Niektoré postavy neboli úplne sami sebou, ale úplne zlé čítanie to nebolo.

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    21. oh how i misjudged this seriesok two and getting very very good. gutted that there are 6 books before everything is resolved but hey ho here i go

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    22. I'm really enjoying this series. I really miss watching the show. Poor Rodney! Not only is he in trouble but he could destroy all of Atlantis! I can hardly wait to read the next volume.

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    23. Definitely a big step up in quality from the first Legacy book. The story flows much better, and the characters have some good development as they try to settle back into old routines.

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    24. Good God, why do I continue to read this crap?

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    25. Not bad actually.

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    26. Oh, McKay!whump, I love. It sucks that they couldn't rescue him and that Quicksilver probably now hates them for killing Dust. Sowhen is the 18th coming out???

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    27. Absolutely amazing book. I haven't had much to do with Atlantis since the show ended and I took a while to read these books what a shame, as these books are amazing.

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    28. Definitely appealed to my inner geek! And followed the series cannon quite well

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    29. I liked the Wraith POV a lot especially their descriptions of "Queens" Teyla, Elizabeth Weir, and Samantha Carter.

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    30. Another ecellent installment in the Stargate Atlantis series, and I can't wait for the next book.I just finished re-reading this book, it was just as good the second time around.

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