Item description for Stargate SG-1: The Barque of Heaven: SG-11 by Suzanne Wood, Keith Mulbery, Lynn Hogan, Eric Cameron & Jason Davidson...
The Stargate SG-1 team find themselves transported to a world where they must solve a series of riddles and avoid deadly traps in order to travel home. Pursued by Goa'uld and Jaffa, it is a race against death to the finish line.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 4" Height: 7" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jan 15, 2008
Publisher Fandemonium Books
ISBN 1905586051 ISBN13 9781905586059
Availability 0 units.
More About Suzanne Wood, Keith Mulbery, Lynn Hogan, Eric Cameron & Jason Davidson
Suzanne Wood, a docent at Point Lobos, have created a beguiling pictorial history of the famous landmark. Drawing from the collections of the Carmel and Monterey public libraries, the family archives of the Allan and Kodani families, and other private collections, Suzanne Wood illustrate that history from the 19th century to modern times.
Suzanne Wood currently resides in Boise, in the state of Idaho.
Reviews - What do customers think about Stargate SG-1: The Barque of Heaven: SG-11?
Interesting 1001 planets Sep 3, 2008
It reminds me of some Arabic tales. The prize for good work is always extra and more difficult work.
love it Aug 10, 2008
No spoilers here! you'll have to read it for yourself, (you'll be glad you did.) I absolutely loved this book. Great first effort by Ms. Wood. the characters' speech and personality felt true. This would have been great on TV. personally, i think it was enough book to do almost an episode per world, could have easily been a multi-part story like the Merlin episodes or Valla & Daniel's arm bracelet dilemma. For me, the only sour note was that Ms. Wood's book set the bar so high, i'm somewhat reluctant to read someone else's book for fear of comparing it to this one and being disappointed, (and then mad at money wasted). Great read and looking forward to another by this author.---TY
EXCELLENT BOOK Aug 1, 2008
From the first page on, I didn't want to put it down. Very well written, excellent story. Can't wait for her to do another one
Book of heaven Jul 16, 2008
I wish they'd make this book into a movie. It was a great SG-1 adventure. The best one I've read so far.
Extremely well done Jun 3, 2008
This is a fan-tastic book! The characters (O'Neill, Carter, Jackson, Teal'c) are practically perfect, the storyline is unique and fun, and it's a real page turner. I can easily see this one as a great movie. The book takes place in season 3, following the episode "Deadman's Switch" where SG-1 encounters bountyhunter Aris Boch. Here, SG-1 is lead into a trap to endure the "Trial of Moons" designed by the Goa'uld Ra, in which they must travel across 12 planets (surviving the environments and other trials) to find the next stargate address and a spoken password before the timer runs out. The goal of the trial is to arrive at the Barque of Heaven, where Ra would appoint the survivors of the trial to positions of trust in his court. The party who wanted SG-1 lead into this trap shows up near the end to gloat and make sure they die. SG-1 has many clever escapes throughout the book, which is a fun treasure hunt adventure. There are a few references to TV episodes before the time where this book is set, but if you have a passing understanding of Stargate SG-1, then this book can stand very well on its own. Highly recommended!