By Melissa Scott
Retail ePub of the newest Stargate franchise SG-1 novel
Old buddies, new enemies
When Dr Daniel Jackson discovers the site of a misplaced historic laboratory, the temptation to enquire proves very unlikely to resist...
In the lab, he uncovers a strong equipment — a prototype know-how designed through the traditional inventor, Janus, to supersede the Stargate community. but if the Ouroborus machine unintentionally prompts, it strands common O’Neill and his staff on a perilous new international the place neighbors will not be continuously buddies and a poor enemy is stirring.
Now all SG-1 need to do is live on lengthy adequate to discover their means home…
Another exciting experience from Melissa Scott, co-author of the hit Stargate Atlantis Legacy sequence.
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