Free E–pub [Stargate Atlantis Perchance to Dream CD Stargate audiobooks series 14] AUTHOR Sally Malcolm
First of all It is really really "Great To Listen To Paul McGillion S "to listen to Paul McGillion s and this awesome Scottish accent he usually doesn t have unless he lays 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 background noise is so loud you can barely understand Paul McGillion Other than that it s erfectly fine Stargate Atlantis
"Perchance to dream is written and ortrayed as a sychotropic thriller "to dream is written and ortrayed as a Arcana Mundi psychotropic thriller Dr Carson Beckett as its centeriece Held within a realm of chaos and confusion Carson must fight to regain sanity and به سوی زبان شناسی شعر power over an enemy that uses dreams to feed off itsrey Aided by Atlantis s most owerful team of intergalactic explorers Carson Struggles Against Fantasy And Reality As They against fantasy and reality as they blended together in a deadly mixture that threatens the whole expeditionThe goods1 Dr Carson Beckett the character we have come to know and love finally gets a significant role within the franchise that doesn t make him look foolish or kills him2 The r A chilling adventure for Carson Beckett this one would have found a great home in the Twilight Zone as well as the SG universe This must be what being on drugs is like a strange mindboggling trip that ultimately leaves you unsatisfied Despite featuring one of my favourite SGA characters as narrator I just can t give it than 3 stars as in spite of all the weirdness of the story I found it rather Mirror Matter predictable and it seemed to take Carson forever to catch on to the most obvious things which was sorely trying myatience throughout the book Entertaining but could have been much better 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 A Kiss of Shadows (Merry Gentry points of view we would have been able to see of thelot developments break down instead of it seeming like there were leaps and bounds from where we last saw characters to where they ended up This was only really noticeable I found near the climax of the story so it didn t affect the entirety of the audiobook I did enjoy that they brought in the Wraith as the main enemy of this st. Doctor Carson Beckett finds himself in an uncomfortable situation when he becomes a atient in his own infirmary After a disastrous mission Beckett .
Ory as they are uite well known and formidable in the TV series However they introduced it in a way that was so very different from the normal Wraith confrontations that you weren t sure it was a Wraith until you were deeply into the story Overall I would give Perchance to Dream a 35 stars An interesting story but without the background it seems slightly implausible With some depth to it I could see it as an episode of Atlantis Okay I ll be the first to admit that I sometimes buy things on a whim Cat Out of Hell 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 wasleasantly 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 enough to keep me intrigued for the hour or so duration What enhanced the experience further however was the fabulous storyI can t say too much without spoiling the twist but I was very much reminded of the Torchwood Radio Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work play House of the Dead I ve seen some reviews saying that the twist was obvious and that Carson was really slow but it wasn t entirely obvious actually and Paul does say once or twice that Carson was doubting himself because he couldn t remember what had happened to him I m therefore not taking anything away from that To do so would be like saying the episode Phantoms didn t work because they all had an idea that the machine was affecting theirerception and So Shouldn T Believe What shouldn t believe what sawI ersonally found the story to be fantastically engaging and certainly one I m going to have to listen to again at least once if not It was mind bending and really felt like a lost episode of Stargate Atlantis If anything I was a little disappointing that I couldn t see it Paul McGillion does an amazing job and you can really feel Carson
s confusion and anic in the way he speaks It was a confusion and The Late Romances panic in the way he speaks It was a greatiece for Dr Carson Beckett and gave the character well deserved time to shineThe only negative would be that the audio uality of the bonus interview with Paul was Passion for Christ, Passion for Humanity pretty terrible That said I m reviewing the story not theroduct itself so to speakI m therefore giving Perchance to Dream a well deserved 45 stars I m tempted to give it 5 but the story was a little obvious Still a shock and very entertai. 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 ,
Ning but you can tell something s not uite right and the audio levels in the story were off at times and it was a struggle to hear a few of Paul s linesI would highly recommend the audiobook to any fan of Stargate Atlantis andor Carson who s looking for a riveting drama Wonderful little roduction And an interesting story line I do have to say That Some Of The Background some of the background made it difficult to hear the dialogue in Hatred in the belly places not sure if that was because of my car s speakers or actually an issue or onurpose 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 Always Be Ready portray these charac A very good book with an interestinglot a
SLEEPING SICKNESS IS SPREADING THROUGH ATLANTIS AND ONLY DRsickness is spreading through Atlantis and only Dr can help Though I have to give it four stars because in Encyclopedia of International Development places the background music was so loud that Paul McGillion s reading was barely understandable and the sound during the final interview with Paul was really bad too it crackled and hissed so it kind of took away theleasure of listening to it a bit 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 sucks Carson was one of my favorite SGA characters but this audiobook really disappointed me It was a good journey for Carson it was finally his time to shine FINALLY but for me not so much because I couldnt wait until it was finished It was sooo bad that while I was listening it I was on GR doing some stuff I was gonna add a few books but then the story became so 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 getting disappointed early If you re going to trash this audiobook finish it first Brilliantly written because it s Sally Malcolm you know this story of a Carson Beckett experience as a Gender Inequality in Our Changing World patient is imaginatively composed Like I said not what you think it s going to be Worse it is This Big Picture Audio Production iserformed by Paul McGillion who lays Carson Beckett on Stargate Atlantis and additional cast He does a good job although I will say that I caught his accent slipping a couple of times Beckett is one of the most opular character in the Stargate franchise It s great to hear his voice agai. 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. ,