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Stargate Atlantis: Entanglement is a novel written by Martha Wells and published by Fandemonium.

Publishers SummaryEdit

Leap of faith...

When Dr. Rodney McKay unlocks an Ancient mystery on a distant moon, he discovers a terrifying threat to the Pegasus galaxy.

Determined to disable the device before it's discovered by the Wraith, Colonel John Sheppard and his team navigate the treacherous ruins of an Ancient outpost. But attempts to destroy the technology are complicated by the arrival of a stranger—a stranger who can't be trusted, a stranger who needs the Ancient device to return home. Cut off from backup, under attack from the Wraith, and with the future of the universe hanging in the balance, Sheppard's team must put aside their doubts and step into the unknown.

However, when your mortal enemy is your only ally, betrayal is just a heartbeat away...

Chronological PlacementEdit

The events depicted in this novel take place during season two of Stargate Atlantis, after the events of Duet and before Trinity.

Publishers ExtractEdit

An extract from chapter 1:

The jumper spun sideways and then end over end. The inertial dampeners didn't go out, but the view flipped crazily in the port, the ground changing places with the sky. John heard the collective gasp, but the rumble was already dying away. He felt the yoke ease up and brought them smoothly out of the spin, taking them up and away into the upper atmosphere.

John let his breath out, feeling sweat break out all over his body. He looked back at the others. Teyla was gripping the arms of her chair, Rodney's hands had left permanent dents in John's shoulders, Zelenka looked faint and was holding hands with a very pale Miko. Ronon just looked impressed, but he was gripping the hatchway tightly. John said, “Everybody okay?”

“We were upside down,” Zelenka said weakly. Miko patted his arm.

“I think we are well.” Teyla looked up at Rodney, her brow furrowed in concern. “What was that?”

John twisted around to see that Rodney's face was white with shock. Rodney's throat worked and he said, “It’s unstable. That sensor spike, right before the blast—

“It’s not a Stargate.”

Miko stared at him blankly, then gasped in horror. Zelenka took a sharp breath, shaking his head, saying, “No, no, Rodney, it cannot be.”

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ErrorsEdit

  • One of the major plot devices is that the Wraith scout ship has an energy shield that protects it from beaming and drone weapons. However, Wraith ships lack energy shields and use jamming codes to protect against beaming.
  • The scout ship is described to have at least two different decks and appears to be large, described at one point as being about half the size of the Daedalus with at least two different decks and it possesses an energy shield. In comparison, the scout ship in the show is much smaller, closer to a Puddle Jumper in size than a full space ship to the point that it can easily land in the Daedalus 302 bay with plenty of room to spare.
  • The Deadulus-class BC-304 battlecruiser does not have tractor beam that allows it to pull the Puddle Jumper into its F-302 bay. The closest device would be Asgard beaming technology that instantaneously transport the target object as compared to continuous pull of a tractor beam.
  • Hive ship and long range are misspelled hiveship and longrange.

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