Stargate SG-1: First Prime #2020

Stargate SG-1: First Prime By James Swallow Stargate SG First Prime I have known victory and defeat in equal measure And it is my pride to say I have faced them both unflinching But betrayal Teal c s past as First Prime of Apophis comes back to haunt him when Colonel
  • Title: Stargate SG-1: First Prime
  • Author: James Swallow
  • ISBN: 9781844354023
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Stargate SG-1: First Prime By James Swallow I have known victory and defeat in equal measure And it is my pride to say I have faced them both unflinching But betrayal Teal c s past as First Prime of Apophis comes back to haunt him when Colonel O Neill and Daniel Jackson are taken captive by the system lord s forces As Teal c struggles to free them, he finds himself confronted by an old friend and fellow JaffaI have known victory and defeat in equal measure And it is my pride to say I have faced them both unflinching But betrayal Teal c s past as First Prime of Apophis comes back to haunt him when Colonel O Neill and Daniel Jackson are taken captive by the system lord s forces As Teal c struggles to free them, he finds himself confronted by an old friend and fellow Jaffa, Sebe t Can this warrior really be trusted Or has Teal c reopened an old wound that can never be healed
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    1. James Swallow

      James Swallow is a New York Times, Sunday Times and bestselling author and scriptwriter, a BAFTA nominee, a former journalist and the award winning writer of over forty five books, along with numerous scripts for videogames, radio and television His writing includes the Marc Dane action thriller series, the Sundowners steampunk Westerns and fiction from the worlds of Star Trek, Warhammer 40,000, Doctor Who, 24, Deus Ex, Stargate, Tannhauser and 2000AD His latest novel EXILE is out now from Bonnier Zaffre For exclusive content, information on new releases and a FREE deleted scene from his novel NOMAD, sign up to the Readers Club here bit JamesSwallowYou can also follow James on Twitter at jmswallow for updates

    966 thoughts on “Stargate SG-1: First Prime”

    1. Great voice, average story, too loud music in some places I could barely understand what was being said That s basically it Christopher Judge has an amazing voice, so deep and warm Just awesome Too bad that the story wasn t just as amazing I mean, the description of kel no reem was very vivid, the interaction between Teal c and Sebe t felt stilted, though Or maybe I m just allergic to Swallow s books, who knows.In the interview, I loved when they asked Chris Judge about SGA s ep Midway in which [...]


    2. 3,5 stars I die free, brother Sets during the fourth season of Stargate SG 1 Once , Teal c s past as First Prime of Apophis comes back to haunt him when he is confronted by an old friend and fellow Jaffa, Sebe t.Some people may find intolerable Christopher Judge using a flat, unemotional voice while narrating this audiobook but I didnt mind it because that s just how Teal c is in the show That s literally his voice I liked the new character Sebe t and his storyline Specially the part where he le [...]


    3. I liked the story for this one, but since I m not a big fan of the character, I got tired of the narration The flat, unemotional monochrome of Teal c s voice barely tolerable when there s a visual distraction was very intolerable in pure audio format All the lines ran together, the action as well as the lines of dialogue since Teal c delivers everything with the same deadpan, flat delivery He makes Spock seem like a screeching hysteric.3 for the story Barely 2 for the narration Not Christopher J [...]


    4. When Sam is injured and Jack and Daniel taken captive by Apophis, it s up to Teal c to embark on a solo rescue mission during which he runs into an old friend.An okay story, but I ve just never been a big fan of Teal c and the character s typical monotone speech pattern really doesn t work that well in audio only form IMO.


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