That is how we were born in the ice of the first world, beneath the light of the moon. To each queen were given certain gifts, no two alike, for no two lineages are the same. We all count our names from them, from the First Mothers, and each tells its own story. She is queen of mists and shadows, strong in mind, weaving illusions to hide and deceive.
She is a white flower, a white bird, a fog rising among the trees. She is the shadow of clouds trailing across the moon. And there is no illusion they cannot penetrate. Yet they are impossible to read if they do not wish it. He nodded slowly. There was no sense in trying to keep his thoughts from her, not so close with her attention focused upon him. And yet he was not surprised. But it may be Osprey as well as any other.
It is part of being a queen. To some extent lesser or greater, all queens remember. They share in some part in the memories of their foremothers, experience and knowledge the legacy of the blood they bear.
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For most it is a small thing, dreams and hazy memories without context. Some great queens claim to remember details, to recall with clarity things that happened to their foremothers. She claims to recall all that Coldamber knew, that Death in her time who led the first assault of the Great Armada. You killed her, Death who fed on Emege, who drank the blood of the children of Athos. He felt the flicker of her mind, and showed her Coldamber as he remembered her, when he was a blade scarce fledged, young and uncertain, expecting to die in the next assault, fodder for the weapons of the Ancients to screen the real attack.
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Preview — The Lost by Jo Graham. Amy Griswold Goodreads Author. 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. T 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.
The Lost: Stargate Atlantis is book two of the exciting Legacy series. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published April 16th by Fandemonium Books first published March 13th More Details Stargate Atlantis 17 , Stargate Atlantis: Legacy 2. Other Editions 4. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Lost , please sign up.
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Sort order. Apr 01, Kathleen rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy-scifi , space-opera , space-op-military.
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Second book in an offshoot Stargate Atlantis Legacy e-series, a derivative. 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 Second book in an offshoot Stargate Atlantis Legacy e-series, a derivative. There were a few scenes showing Todd the Wraith, but he was paired up with Ronan "the caveman" and Dr. Jennifer Keller. There was one short scene showing Todd and John talking via video link.
They ask Todd to help them locate their kidnapped crew member. Other plot lines: We see a little more of the Wraith Queen, Death. The Atlantis team helps the Genii salvage an Ancient Warship. The Floating City is struck by icebergs on their new frozen homeland. It ends on another cliffhanger, with a shocking denouement. An essential character is still in captivity.
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The plot moved slowly at times, but it held my interest. The writing quality is okay, however, the authors have included too many inner thoughts, memories of TV episode plots, feelings, etc. Also, they are creating sexual tension between Sheppard and Teyla.
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They ended her affair with Kanaan, Torren's father. I'd rather not go there. Too soapy. I was intrigued with Dr. Carson Beckett's speculation on the origin of the Wraith species. His discussion about it with Teyla was well written.
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Perfectly penned! This book feels quite different from the television series, yet it belongs within the same space, if that makes sense. Apr 20, Jio rated it it was amazing Shelves: science-fiction. Sep 22, Matthew rated it did not like it. 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 There are some spoilers perhaps although I haven't finished the book. Some spoilers may follow so read at your peril though I will attempt to be vague as possible.
The situation where some of the heroes become stranded and are left on their own entirely because Atlantis won't expect them to return for days is very lazy. At the very least there would be required reports via radio up to the time they would be leaving the planet where they traveled. If a check in was missed, a team would be sent to recon the situation. It has been said they could be anywhere on Earth in less than 15 minutes in the previous novel so even if 60 miles would be beyond their radio capability At the absolute least, they would be expected to check in once every 24 hours and when they were about to leave the planet.
The lazy use of this drives the point of creating a feeling of guilt and responsibility by the leader of this unit.