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The Chosen (Stargate Atlantis) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Sonny Whitelaw , Elizabeth Christensen
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13. April 2006 Stargate Atlantis (Buch 3)
A forgotten people may have the secret of defeating the Wraith.

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  • Taschenbuch: 325 Seiten
  • Verlag: Fandemonium Ltd (13. April 2006)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0954734386
  • ISBN-13: 978-0954734381
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18 x 11,3 x 2,2 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 26.369 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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The Stargate Atlantis team encounter a society where high priests of the local cult are able to protect the society from attacks by the Wraith using technology left behind by the Ancients. However, the genetic ability to use these weapons has faded over successive generations, leaving the people increasingly vulnerable to attack. With the Wraith growing ever bolder, the team must balance the need to protect the people against the Wraith and to free them from the dominance of their high priests.

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Ein gutes Buch, sollte so ziemlich jeden Stargate-Fan zufrieden stellen. Die Charaktere wurden meistens sehr gut getroffen, die Sprüche sind an vielen Stellen erstklassig, die Story ist auch nicht schlecht (eine brutale Gesellschaft, Tausende von Wraith und ein verrückter Plan, der von den Greenpeace garantiert nicht befürwortet würde). Allerdings gibt es wenige Momente, die mich enttäuschten, beispielsweise als sich das Team ohne ihren Führer Sheppard völlig unbeholfen benimmt oder die Darstellung von Ford: Es ist eher ein Liebesroman-Charakter als ein Marine. Insgesamt: Gutes Buch, doch mit wenigen schlechten Stellen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Immer wieder 21. November 2012
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Ich hatte das Buch schon als Paperback und hab es mir jetzt noch mal für meinen Kindle gekauft.
Es ist für alle SGA-Fans ein Muß. Es paßt perfekt in den Rahmen, den die Serie gesetzt hat und eigentlich ist es schade, dass diese Story nie verfilmt worden ist. Die militärischen Taktiken fallen mir beim Lesen immer etwas schwer, sie mir vorzustellen. Als Film wäre das ein Actionmovie.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Absolutely mind blowing! 14. April 2006
Von Josh - Veröffentlicht auf
The Editorial Review on this Amazon page is like describing Lord of the Rings as a bunch of elves and humans fighting some orcs while a couple of Hobbits try and destroy an evil ring that powers the bad guys. The Chosen is mind blowingly more dramatic than the review! Sure, the team go through the gate to another world, but everything takes a complete left turn and bang! One minute you think your going in one direction and the next you're thrown 180 degrees and the world is falling apart. Worse, it all goes badly, amazingly, profoundingly wrong just as the Wraith hive ships attack. And this is a huge ground attack by tens of thousands of Wraith who can't use Darts because of the technology on the planet. The way Rodney figures out how to defend against them is sheer genius but it involves putting him in a real ugly situation, which is half the fun! I think McKay is the only person you can be laughing at the guy one second and crying with him the next. Anyway, the reason for this Wraith attack puts a whole new twist on the situation in the hive ships. Also love Sheppard's strategy with the `weapon'.

For me the biggest thing I wanted was for the characters to be exactly as we see them on the screen. That's especially true of McKay. He's my favorite and I didn't think anyone could get `him' in a book. I'm happy to report that I was way wrong. Even better, it's McKay at his best...or worst...well it's McKay! And then he falls flat on his face in a twist to the story I just did not see coming.

This was slightly more a McKay/Sheppard heavy novel. Those two together are hilarious but Teyla's insight was a real eye opener, too, which fitted perfectly, and Ford wasn't just standing around pointing a gun. Like the scenes with Carson Beckett, we get insights into their issues about dealing with the problems on Atlantis. I had some of my own issues about the decisions Weir made in Season One given her `diplomatic background'. The Chosen let's us see why she did some of the stuff that she has even when she doesn't want to.

Not only an excellent take on the TV series, it's a excellent SF story in its own right. The Chosen pulls you in and the best you can do is grab the edges of the page and hang on tight because it's not going to let you go until the end. I'm going to re-read it because like McKay, I want to see why I was blindsided by what I thought was right and wrong. Like all great sci fi, it isn't afraid of dealing with social and political issues that force you to realise that that the moral high ground is a damned murky place.

When is the next book by these authors? Please, hurry up!
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Disappointing character development 4. März 2007
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Still an enjoyable read for Stargate Atlantis diehards but characterizations didn't ring true, especially Dr McKay's portrayal. In the tv series, he is eccentric and sometimes clueless, but not repeatedly stupid as was portrayed. The personalities seemed to be contrived so that the plot would work, rather than to be true to their development on the tv series and made the characters seem lacking in depth and intelligence.

Interesting plot and plot development; just would be nice to have more accurate character portrayal.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Poorly writen - don't waste your time 6. September 2007
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I own all of both SG1 and Atlantis novels and am an avid Sci Fi reader. I have found that anything with Sonny Whitelaw will be tons of extranious description and very poor character and plot development. If you want to read some great Stargate books try the ones by James Swallow or Salley Malcom.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An amazing epic 10. Juni 2006
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I've got a lot of the stargate books and I think all of the books have been getting better, but this is hands down the best by far. From what I've seen, books based on television shows generally seem to steer clear a bit about what's motivating characters because they rely on fans to insert their own ideas about what the characters might be thinking. Although some of the other SG-1 titles also did this, `getting inside the heads' thing, the Chosen is much more like a real book rather than a good television book. With every scene we're right inside the characters. We feel what Rodney feels, about things like his father and the way he was treated, and how that affects him now and what he does. With Teyla we feel how she has had to change the way she thought as an Athosian who just put up with the Wraith attacking them, and as someone who is now prepared to stand and fight against them. With Weir, we `get' her doubts about herself and some of her decisions, and why. And I really liked the start, with Sheppard and `coin'. It seemed just right for him and really put you in the same position as he was, and the decision he had to make.

The setting for the story is a stage much, much bigger than what we would ever see on screen. I think this is another thing, like getting inside the characters, that the writers have really used very, very well to the benefit of this story. Instead of just, say, a village or a city that we would see on the show, they have created a whole civilization spread across the countryside, so you get a really strong 'epic' feel to the story. There's also a map if you're not sure where things are happening during the actual battle with the Wraith.

You also get that epic feel from the depth and complexity of the story itself. I think if they ever tried to film this, it would have to be around three hours long, possibly three to four episodes, but I don't think they'd have the budget. Still, I'd really love to see Peter Jackson direct it!
4.0 von 5 Sternen Trinity-like 31. Mai 2009
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This SGA tie-in novel is set after The Storm and leads nicely into The Defiant One. It reminded me a lot of Trinity - Rodney's arrogance reared its ugly head once more but this time, it didn't lead "just" to the destruction of an uninhabited solar system, it caused the downfall of a whole civilization. The thing is, I could see both sides of the argument, Rodney and Teyla's - they were both right and wrong, both operating on limited information. Rodney's behavior fit well his season 1 self when all his concerns were more about him than about others, when he was still learning how to care. And a healthy dose of hurt Sheppard didn't hurt either, of course.
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