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Thin story line, bad descriptions, not a lot of character development.
Don't know if it's her son's writing that isn't as good, or if she's just getting older, or not caring as much about her work, or (most likely) a combination.
Dragon Harper was an excellent book, but then I am a Dragons of Pern fan as a Anne McCaffrey fan.
Always looking for new perm books......love most of them... this one held my interest when I got further into it.Published 25 days ago by Kindle Customer
This book was a roller coaster for me. Wrung me through the entire gamut of emotions and left me in pain, for the lack of fire lizards and dragons on our world. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Jonathan Minion Bolder
Nice addition to my home library of Anne McCaffrey books. I still like the feel of sitting and holding a book in my hand.Published 1 month ago by Noah TW Givens
Was intriguing and interesting until the end of this story, and kept me reading until the end of the story. Great story!!!!Published 1 month ago by Kathy Rinehart
I found the story flowed well, as in the original series, however, the ending was a little abrupt and left me feeling disappointed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kidcotton09
mc caffreys dragons of pern have made me a dragon lover. I think I have read every book she ever wrotePublished 2 months ago by Shirley M. Wilson
In the direct sequel to "Dragon's Fire," Anne and Todd McCaffrey focus on Kindan, the apprentice harper who was introduced in the previous book, and how--incredibly--he... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chrijeff