ANNE MCCAFFREY DRAGONSEYE PDF

Every Pern book I read, I wonder if it is going to be the last. I want to be able to finish the series, mostly because I like completing things. It is becoming a chore of epic proportions to get through each successive novel; this one was by far the worst yet. It is a familiar story at this point. The "pass" this time is the second one ever in the history of humans on Pern. Landing was made about years ago, so there are still some remnants of the knowledge of the First Crossing, but a lot of it has faded.

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Every Pern book I read, I wonder if it is going to be the last. I want to be able to finish the series, mostly because I like completing things. It is becoming a chore of epic proportions to get through each successive novel; this one was by far the worst yet. It is a familiar story at this point. The "pass" this time is the second one ever in the history of humans on Pern.

Landing was made about years ago, so there are still some remnants of the knowledge of the First Crossing, but a lot of it has faded. They still have access to a few decrepit old computers a computer that ran for years?! Who made it? I want one and solar panels, for example, but everything from Earth is becoming more and more rare. Weyrs are set up, and most of the holds the readers have become familiar with over the course of the series are there.

The southern continent is completely abandoned and things like craft halls have not yet become the norm. There is no Harper Hall yet, for example. The creation of the star stones is explained so no one can doubt that Thread is on its way. The craft halls are formed so vital information is not lost to the rigors of time. Every character is a lesser version of their counterparts in the original trilogy.

He is the exact same creep as the bad guy in every other Pern novel, with a slightly different name. I was bored with that formula ages ago, when Toric became the villain.

The other characters are introduced so quickly and haphazardly that none of them were the least bit memorable. Dragon riders and their mounts are thrown at us in list form, and then we are supposed to remember not only which rider has which dragon, but also what color that dragon is and which Weyr they hail from. Check out this list of all the characters. And there is never another novel set in the second pass, so most of those characters are wasted.

I would have vastly preferred getting to know a handful rather than be bombarded by a million nonessential and inconsequential redshirts. I give it 2 stars only because it is Anne and she has a warm place in my heart.

Edit: 4 years later This was the last Pern novel I could stomach.

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George Herbert McCaffrey. In addition to handcrafting the Nebula Award trophies, her responsibilities included production of two monthly newsletters and their distribution by mail to the membership. Ireland had recently exempted resident artists from income taxes, an opportunity that fellow science-fiction author Harry Harrison had promptly taken and helped to promote. There she met British reproductive biologist Jack Cohen , [20] who would be a consultant on the science of Pern. The first "Freedom of the Race", about women impregnated by aliens was written in when she was pregnant with her son Alec. Regarding her motivation for Restoree , her son recalled her saying, "I was so tired of all the weak women screaming in the corner while their boyfriends were beating off the aliens.

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