The next in McCaffrey’s popular Saga of the Talents series (Pegasus in Flight, To Ride Pegasus), this novel follows the adventures of a group of psychically. Editions. Pegasus In Space . Anne McCaffrey · Paperback · Ebook. View more editions. Buy from Buy from – arrow icon. Hive · Waterstones. Pegasus in Space, is the third and final book in The Talent Series by Anne McCaffrey, this novel is then followed by a continuing series, The Tower and the Hive.
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As for the characters, I found them lackluster to a fault. With the successful completion of the Padrugoi Space Station, humanity has at last achieved its first large-scale permanent presence in space. Returns to the characters in the latter, and I feel like that’s the book’s main function: Scenes jump around jerkily: Some of the new characters are familiar only because they’re blatant rehashes of previous characters with new skins.
Talents book 3 Just finished reading this book and it was even better then the first two. Clearly, I need to read it immediately.
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I don’t think you will find too many people that really enjoy therapy. Standing in their way are the Talented, men and women gifted with extraordinary mental powers that have made them as feared as they are respected—and utterly indispensable to the colonization effort. To view it, click here. In a way it is too bad she felt that just fantasy wasn’t enough. There’s a ton of stuff like this; they won’t give their opposition all the information, or proper explanations, or anything, and then they get all snotty when they reveal their obvious rightness, which is reliant on stuff that nobody else knew, because they wouldn’t tell them Paperbackpages.
Titles in Order Sort by: Love this series This book is my favorite in this series. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
The biggest problem I have with the series, though, is her bad habit of having her heroes and they usually are heroes be self-righteous; they’re always right, and the people who oppose them are stupid, evil, or both, but they tend to get very high-handed and aggressive about pushing their inevitably-correct agenda, and not very good at considering the sometimes-valid criticisms they face.
Flawed but still basically entertaining. Now she has written the exciting and long-awaited addition to her classic Pegasus series—and the perfect link to her bestselling Rowan saga.
Once again the story flows smoothly and the plot proceeds quickly. Now, as sabotage and attempted murder strike the Station, it’s up to the Talented to save the day. This series and especially this book is a terrific bridge from modern world into the fantasy world created by Mercedes Lackey where space exploration is possible because of Takents.
It is a complex and fascinating alternate Earth she pwgasus created. Having had surgeries and physical therapy, I am aware of how vital such equipment is.
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Anne McCaffrey was an excellent writer, even when trying to shoehorn two series into becoming one series. Having said this, I also kept reading this book and got it finished pretty quickly. And woe to anyone who harms either one of them—for the young girl’s talent may prove to be the most amazing of all.
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I do get the impression that she has some As usual, the heroes of McCaffrey’s world are competent to a fault, everyone else is incompetent, if not stupid, and the villains are just competent enough to be bad, but are otherwise stupid.
We can be skeptical and want more evidence to support facts spacs we do not get to choose which scientific facts we believe. Rhyssa Owen, the powerful telepath and mother hen to Peter and the rest of her “children”—and a fierce, unrelenting fighter against the prejudice that would deny the Talented the right to lead happy and productive lives.
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They have, as I’d expected, been visited by the Suck Fairy, but not as badly as some of her others; I still quite enjoyed them, despite everything.
We are held 10 feet iin from the characters’ emotions. And its not always easy finding books in that subgenre!