Armageddon Eighteen years have passed since the battlestar Galactica and its ragtag fleet of survivors began their epic journey to find the legendary planet Earth Commander Adama has died and the brash Colonial

  • Title: Armageddon
  • Author: Richard Hatch Christopher Golden
  • ISBN: 9780671011918
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eighteen years have passed since the battlestar Galactica and its ragtag fleet of survivors began their epic journey to find the legendary planet Earth Commander Adama has died, and the brash Colonial warrior Starbuck has disappeared during a recon patrol and is presumed dead.

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    1. another reread after discovery in a long-forgotten box. I really liked the original Battlestar Galactica, and this reminded me of why - mostly the engaging characters and glimpses of the best that humans can be.

    2. A new era has arrived for humanity as they bid a sad goodbye to their fearless leader, Adama. Adama’s son Apollo is chosen to take his father’s place as the new leader, with his sister Athena as his second in command. Troy aka Boxey, Dalton, Starbuck and Cassiopeia’s daughter, Apollo’s wife Sheba, and long time friends Boomer, Jolly stand with them amid the chaotic transition and the re-appearance of the Cylons.

    3. Love it love it love it. Huge fan of the series and missing my friend, Richard Hatch. Can't believe it's almost been a year. I love hearing his voice as I read Apollo's dialogue. We miss you Richard. SO SAY WE ALL!

    4. Awesome book that helps to explain the origins of the Cylons. Great plot and character development.

    5. There's a lot to like about this book as a fan of the original Battlestar Galactica. It introduces a lot of new angles to the characters and situations of the series which make sense (and a few that don't quite work) 18 years after the events of the TV series. It seems to have been the inspiration for some aspects of the reimagined Battlestar series of the 2000s. The only major drawback to the book is the immense number of typos, at least in my copy, a first printing of the hardcover edition. My [...]

    6. If you're a fan of the Battlestar Galactica stories you'll enjoy this the first of several books penned by Richard Hatch (Cmd. Apollo in the 1981 TV series) and various co-writers. The weakest of the books is the "Rebellion," the fourth in the series. The previous three are okay. Enjoyable as pulpish Sci-Fi reading goes. I recommend them because this series follows a slightly different storyline path than both the original series, and the subsequent SyFy Channel version. In many ways this is the [...]

    7. The writing was pretty dry, but the vision of what the Galactica would be like 20 years on was interesting and very in-character for everyone.Despite being co-written by the actor who originally played Apollo, this was not an 'Apollo saves the universe' book. Page time was divided pretty well between all the established characters and they each got their time in the spotlight.

    8. Hey this was a lot of fun. Captures the spirit of the show perfectly. Particularly like the improvements to the Athena character. Looking forward to the next book.

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