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Anne McCaffrey Crystal Line (The Crystal Singer Books)
Pages: 352, Edition: New edition, Paperback, Corgi
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The White Dragon - Anne McCaffreyNever Underestimate A Dragon& His Rider! (814 words)
by Darkqueen - written on 19/07/01, updated on 21/07/01 (Very useful, 58 readings)
they are queen riders mainly. Craftmasters and their craftsmen provide necessary services to support Pern, both holders and Weyrs. I have been a big fan of Anne McCaffrey for years. I discovered The White Dragon in my high school library. After reading it, I was fascinated with the thoughts of dragons living on a world, where no technology exsisted. The White Dragon got started my love of Scifi/Fantasy which still goes on strong to this day, 23 years ago. I would recommend anyone who's a dragon fan to get a copy of this book to read. The power of overcoming the odds of life and ...
The White Dragon - Anne McCaffreyNot up to theNot up to the class of its predecessors... (1207 words)
by CaptainD - written on 28/07/05, updated on 28/07/05 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Centuries ago, humans colonised a planet called Pern. In these centuries genetically-engineered creatures called Dragons (due to their similarity to the mythical creatures of earth) were developed to combat an unthinking but deadly enemy called Thread, which fell towards Pern from a nearby planet termed the "Red Star" every 200 years or so. Another plan involving genetically engineered grubs was hatched but this fell out of memory, as did the origins of human life on the planet. This is the third chronicle of Pern. In the first (DragonFlight), Weyrleader F'Lar and his partner Lessa had to resort to bringing Dragonriders forward in time to save Pern from the Threadfall. ...
Dragonsdawn - Anne McCaffreyGo back to the beginning, and discover how dragons became ma ... (1090 words)
by skybluecat - written on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
===Who is the author?=== Anne McCaffrey is one of the world s best -loved science/fiction fantasy writers, who has won the Hugo and Nebula Awards, as well as many others. She is probably best known for her Chronicles of Pern series, of which this is the eighth full-length novel (it is actually the ninth book, but the one immediately before it - Nerilka s Story - is really more of a long short story!). ===What kind of book is it?=== Interestingly, since all the previous Pern books are distinctly works of fantasy, this particular novel has much more of a pure science fiction feel. This took me by surprise a little when I first started reading it, but after a while ...