Sally Malcolm {Summary} Stargate Atlantis Perchance to Dream CD Stargate audiobooks series 14

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Strange affliction overcomes his friends one by one members of the Atlantis crew are brought in unconsious and unresponsive yet with no sign of traum. Perchance to Dream by Sally Malcolm and read by Paul McGillion was an interesting look into the character of Carson Beckett on Stargate Atlantis Not only did it feature the reoccurring villain of the series The Wraith but it did so in a new and horrifying way I would have liked to have had a wider range of POV rather than just seeing the story from Beckett s view but it held up well enough as it was I felt as though if there had been other points of view we would have been able to see of the plot developments

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Stargate Atlantis Perchance to Dream CD Stargate audiobooks series 14

Doctor Carson Beckett finds himself in an uncomfortable situation when he becomes a patient in his own infirmary After a disastrous mission Beckett b. Wonderful little production And an interesting story line I do have to say that some of the background music made it difficult to hear the dialogue in places not sure if that was because of my car s speakers or actually an issue or on purpose with the recordingOnce again there was a wonderful little interview at the end with the voice actoractor Paul McGillion can I just add that I LOVE the fact that this audio series was able to snag the actors who portray these characters on their series in order to bring the

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Rought back to Atlantis with a broken leg and a bad case of amnesia but that's the least of his troublesCared for by Dr Gilbert Beckett watches as a. Okay I ll be the first to admit that I sometimes buy things on a whim purely because it features an actor or some other reason I ll therefore admit I bought this mostly because of Paul McGillion and after reading Homecoming one of the show s novelisations I wasn t sure what to expectI was pleasantly surprisedDespite the fact that the audiobook is from Carson s POV and features only two actors I was drawn in straight away The mix of the diegetic in story audio and Paul McGillion s fabulous voice acting was than


10 thoughts on “Stargate Atlantis Perchance to Dream CD Stargate audiobooks series 14

  1. says:

    Wonderful little production And an interesting story line I do have to say that some of the background music made it difficult to hear the dialogue in places not sure if that was because of my car's speakers or actually an issue or on purpose with the recordingOnce again there was a wonderful little interview at the end with the

  2. says:

    Stargate #3 Atlantis is entertaining although you'll listen thinking Oh I know what's going on here but you don't Oh no you don't So do go gett

  3. says:

    A chilling adventure for Carson Beckett; this one would have found a great home in the Twilight Zone as well as

  4. says:

    Okay I'll be the first to admit that I sometimes buy things on a whim purely because it features an actor or some other rea

  5. says:

    “and that's how it started With gentle words of encouragement I thought I was safe I thought we all were inside the walls of the Atlantis How could I know that the nightmare had already begun?” Ugh This suck

  6. says:

    Stargate Atlantis Perchance to dream is written and portrayed as a psychotropic thriller with Dr Carson Beckett as its center piece

  7. says:

    Perchance to Dream by Sally Malcolm and read by Paul McGillion was an interesting look into the character of Carson Beckett on Stargate Atlantis Not only did it feature the reoccurring villain of the series The Wraith but it did so in a new and horrifying way I would have liked to have had a wider range of POV rather than just seeing the stor

  8. says:

    A very good book with an interesting plot a sleeping sickness is spreading through Atlantis and only Dr Beckett can help Though I have to give

  9. says:

    First of all It is really really great to listen to Paul McGillion's voice and this awesome Scottish accent he usually doesn't have unless he plays Dr Carson Beckett I liked this audio book a lot but the story is well let's just say it's a little too tansparent to be truly captivating and sometimes the backgro

  10. says:

    This must be what being on drugs is like a strange mindboggling trip that ultimately leaves you unsatisfied Despite featurin

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