Stargate Atlantis: A Necessary Evil

Stargate Atlantis A Necessary Evil When Sheppard s team encounters a culture with phase shift technology that keeps their entire population invisible and immaterial to the outside world it looks like Atlantis might have found the perf

  • Title: Stargate Atlantis: A Necessary Evil
  • Author: Sharon Gosling
  • ISBN: 9781844353453
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Audio CD
  • When Sheppard s team encounters a culture with phase shift technology that keeps their entire population invisible and immaterial to the outside world, it looks like Atlantis might have found the perfect protection from the Wraith Eager to make a trade for the technology, Dr Weir embarks on a diplomatic mission to negoitate with the people of Lannavulin, but once there,When Sheppard s team encounters a culture with phase shift technology that keeps their entire population invisible and immaterial to the outside world, it looks like Atlantis might have found the perfect protection from the Wraith Eager to make a trade for the technology, Dr Weir embarks on a diplomatic mission to negoitate with the people of Lannavulin, but once there, it becomes apparent that not everyone is happy with the planet s status quo.

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      Published :2018-08-26T18:47:33+00:00

    1 thought on “Stargate Atlantis: A Necessary Evil”

    1. What was supposed be a trade negotiation leads to Weir and McKay getting stuck in the middle of coup on a planet with a hive ship in orbit and no way to escape. I've never been a big fan of Elizabeth Weir, but the story was still quite entertaining.

    2. I never really cared for Dr. Weir's character, nor Torri Higginson for that matter, but the story is good and her voice is clear. Worth a listen!

    3. Excellent continuation of Atlantis storylines. Unfortunately, I simply cannot give it more than 4 stars because I started listening to the next one before I rated this one and the contrast made it obvious this one did not deserve five stars. Sorry, Elizabeth Weir!

    4. 3.5 starsDoes anyone else almost cringe whenever Dr. Weir makes an appearance in this show? Sort of a cringe. Not annoyed. Not a complete cringe. But something is just "off" about her. Something isn't right. (Regarding Torri Higginson.) The later seasons when she's rarely there and her departure were definitely the best things that happened to the show. I was relieved to see her go. So as you can guess I wasnt really looking forward to listening this. And I was right.Even though I dont like the [...]

    5. Stargate Atlantis: A Necessary Evil, is a brilliant tale told by my favorite character Dr. Elizabeth Weir(Torri Higginson). Sent to negotiate for a piece of technology that could protect the city of Atlantis from the Wraith, Dr. Weir finds that even when protected from the Wraith humans are not free from tyranny. While trying to aid a group of unfortunate beings the Wraith approach and threaten to feed. Confident in the technology that protects them little attention is paid to the doom above. Al [...]

    6. This story was well done all around. The framing device was plausible (if a bit less likely than a mission report would have been), voice acting was good enough to easily distinguish the major characters, and the story hit on a theme that had been covered many times in the main Stargate shows: would the people of Earth still care about the rest of the universe if they had a foolproof way to hide? Additionally, it brought up a question that had never occurred to me throughout the entirety of Star [...]

    7. I was surprised how much I actually liked the story. Of all the ones that I've listened to lately, this one was the best. It was interesting to learn more about Weir's innermost thoughts, about her doubts. I have to admit that I could never be a diplomat so experiencing what it would be like was quite intriguing.I also liked the way Torri Higginson read the story. You could hear how much she was enjoying herself. And her interview was the best that I've heard on these CDs yet. I honestly admit t [...]

    8. This one could easily have been five stars if someone other than Tori Higginson had been the voice actor. Granted, I've never been a fan of her character Elizabeth Weir, but my problem is not with her character her. The story was really good and Higginson does very well as Dr. Weir (of course) and as the narrator (she's an excellent narrator). The problem is when she's reading for other characters. It's ;ile she doesn't even try to distinguish voices for other characters from her own. I could no [...]

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