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Stargate SG-1: Dialing Up: The Official Guide to Seasons 1-5 (Stargate Sg-1 (Titan Books)) by Thomasina GibsonSG1
Stargate SG-1 The Illustrated Companion Seasons 1 and 2 by Thomasina Gibson SG1 1
Stargate SG-1 The Illustrated Companion Seasons 3 and 4 by Thomasina Gibson SG1 2
Stargate SG-1 The Illustrated Companion Seasons 5 and 6 by Thomasina Gibson SG1 3
Stargate SG-1: The Illustrated Companion, Seasons 7 & 8 by Thomasina Gibson SG1 4
Stargate SG-1 The Illustrated Companion Season 9 (Stargate Sg-1) by Sharon Gosling SG1 5
Stargate SG-1 The Illustrated Companion Season 10 (Stargate Sg1) by Natalie Barnes SG1 6
Stargate: Atlantis: The Official Companion Season One by Sharon Gosling Atlantis 1
Stargate: Atlantis: The Official Companion Season 2 by Sharon Gosling Atlantis 2
Stargate: Atlantis: The Official Companion Season 3 by Sharon Gosling Atlantis 3
Stargate Atlantis: The Official Companion Season 4 by Sharon GoslingAtlantis 4

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Recommendations

  1. Beyond the Gate: The Unofficial and Unauthorized Guide to Startgate SG-1 (Stargate Sg1) by Keith Topping (2003)
  2. Stargate SG-1: The Essential Scripts by Sharon Gosling (2004)
  3. Stepping Through the Stargate: Science, Archaeology and the Military in Stargate SG1 by P. N. Elrod (2004)
  4. Reading Stargate SG-1 (Reading Contemporary Television) by Stan Beeler (2006)
  5. Approaching the Possible: The World of Stargate SG-1 by Jo Storm (2005)
  6. Stargate SG-1: The Ultimate Visual Guide by Kathleen Ritter (2006)
  7. Farscape: The Illustrated Companion by Paul Simpson (2000)
  8. Bones: The Forensic Files by Paul Ruditis (2009)
  9. Trust No One : The Official Guide to The X-Files, Volume 2 by Brian Lowry (1996)
  10. Doctor Who: The Legend Continues by Justin Richards (2005)
  11. Monk: The Official Episode Guide by Terry J. Erdmann (2006)
  12. The Twilight Zone Companion by Marc Scott Zicree (1982)
  13. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Companion by Mike Flaherty (2004)
  14. The Star Trek The Next Generation Companion by Larry Nemecek (1992)
  15. Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Watchers Guide, Volume 1 by Christopher Golden (1998)

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