This book is awful. The author does not know Stargate and it is glaringly obvious. There are several HUGE errors that will make every Stargate fan cringe. The story is badly written and our fav SG-1 characters are so out of character that I wonder if the author had written this book for another genre and then cut and paste the names of SG-1 over the top.
There is very little 'in character' about any of the team and for almost every bit of the story they are simply going with the flow without an original idea, thought or opinion of any kind. One would hardly know that they were the main characters at all.
As for the actual plot - well most of it seems a mish mash. There's the obvious Nazi holocaust story line - right down to the poor souls jammed into train cars to be carted off to death camps. What this is doing in a Stargate novel - only the author could say. The one unusual alien is interesting but as it hardly seems to have much to do with SG-1 - then who cares. The nasty Goa'uld presence is there and this character seems to have far more play time than all of Sg-1 put together, as does his glaringly Nazi-like sidekick.
Fandemonium have made a major error in hiring yet another established author who neither knows or cares about what he is writing. My advise is to only buy those books written by the fans of the series. There is more passion, plotline, in fact more everything on one single page of a story written by a true fan than you will find in this pathetic, poorly written and edited book.