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A progressive plot that follows the development of Pern. I have read all Pern books, some 4-5 times and I am still waiting for the next one. Read morePublished 15 days ago by catsperson
Still enjoy this book after reading it many, many, years ago. Pern must be thread-free, but is it this time?Published 23 days ago by Puck
I have read this book at least once a year and always enjoy the detail and depth of the story,characters and execution.Published 28 days ago by rod ganzer
Another great book by an impressive author. This series has taken the reader through the trials of the development and implementation of getting rid of this planet's enemy THREAD.Published 1 month ago by S /F OLD READER 1962.
A nice capstone to the series starting from the original trilogy.Published 1 month ago by Omaha Reader
As a long time fan of the Pern novels, I'm very disappointed to find that the quality of the text is severely degraded from the original. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rsmmns
Because really - this book is a long love letter to the Lord Holder of Ruatha and his white dragon. Not that that's a bad thing, but after 400 pages I was a little tired of all the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rebecca
Some of the chapters are a little slow, but don't let that stop you.
If you loved the "white dragon" you'll love watching Ruth and his rider, Jaxom, grow into their own. Read more