Heart's Desire

Heart s Desire All that glittersColonel Jack O Neill wants a relaxing mission for SG as they recover from Sha re s death at the hands of Teal c and the horrors of Sokar s prison world of Ne tu The trade negotiatio

  • Title: Heart's Desire
  • Author: Amy Griswold
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • All that glittersColonel Jack O Neill wants a relaxing mission for SG 1 as they recover from Sha re s death at the hands of Teal c and the horrors of Sokar s prison world of Ne tu The trade negotiations on Saday look like just the ticket until the pirates show up.Captured by rival bands of treasure hunters in search of the mythical Heart s Desire, the team must fightAll that glittersColonel Jack O Neill wants a relaxing mission for SG 1 as they recover from Sha re s death at the hands of Teal c and the horrors of Sokar s prison world of Ne tu The trade negotiations on Saday look like just the ticket until the pirates show up.Captured by rival bands of treasure hunters in search of the mythical Heart s Desire, the team must fight to stay alive and to find each other among the vast mountains and ravines of a world where pirates captain airships and down is a very long way indeed.But SG 1 have deeper battles to fight In the wake of his wife s death, Daniel Jackson strives to rebuild his friendship with Teal c while Major Carter struggles to accept the legacy of Jolinar s memories

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    One thought on “Heart's Desire”

    1. Great bookIf you are a Stargate fan you will enjoy this book very much. Interesting right from the first page. Well done

    2. As an SG-1 companion novel, Heart’s Desire floats to the top of my favorites list, and yet it still is a victim of companion novel trappings. From the title, one would assume the book is about what each of the characters desires most. To some degree it is, thanks to an Ancient device, but just when the book begins to take an insightful look at what each character’s life is like without all the pain they’ve endured, the author seems to realize she’s hit her word limit and hastily wraps up [...]

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