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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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. It’s like comfort food — perfectly edible but not exciting. Absolutely don’t waste time on this as a standalone. Having said this, I also kept reading this book and got it finished pretty quickly.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Already long-range telescopes have identified a number of habitable planets orbiting the stars of distant galaxies.
Additional bases are feverishly being built on the Moon and on Mars, stepping stones to the greatest adventure in all history: You almost forget what the start pegzsus by the time you get to the end there have been so many individual situations.
Scenes jump around jerkily: Even though this is the 3rd book in the Talents series it was the last to be written after the Tower and Hive series was complete.
Pegasus in Space
Jun 19, John rated it it was amazing. I really don’t know. Doona Catteni, or Freedom Petaybee.
I would love for McCaffrey to write more adventures with Peter Remlinger. But life in the Linears is kind of fun to read about if, er, unintentionally racist and I like the first-steps-into-space arc in the Pegasus books. Sign In Don’t have an account?
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You do it because it is needed. Only who is going to save the Talented? This novel serves as a bridge between the Pegasus and the Tower and Hive books, two Talents sub-series.
Some of the new characters are familiar only because they’re blatant rehashes of previous characters with new skins. Harsh repression seems the only answer Gifted with precognitive talent, Henry Darrow has other ideas, foreseeing a future in which the Talents are accepted for what they are and not what they can offer their fellow humans.
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.
This is easily one of the worst books I’ve read in the last 25 years, and the only reason I’d ever suggest that anyone else read it xpace if you absolutely must know what happened to Peter Reidinger. Her works are always something else.
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All the flaws of the prior Talents books, but without the softening light of nostalgia on my end. Latest to First First to Latest. Sep 10, Diana rated it really liked it Shelves: As for the characters, I found them lackluster to a fault. Inspired by Your Browsing History. I just can’t deal with mccaffrsy marrying men who changed their nappies for them, what can I say. This science fiction —related article is a stub. The various plotlines are zoomed through hastily, and the introduction of a new Talent appears to be done solely to view spoiler [provide a way to cure Peter’s paralysis, which struck me as annne unfortunate – one of the fascinating things about the previous book was Peter’s paralysis and the ways in which that both spurred and was he Such a disappointment.
She always tells a gripping story that sees the tale through to the end. Amariyah just didn’t seem like a rounded person. About Pegasus in Space In a triumphant career spanning more than thirty years, Anne McCaffrey has won the acclaim of critics, the devotion of millions of fans, and awards too numerous to mention. However, we have gone so far into fantasy as to think that we can pick and choose which scientific facts we believe.
We can’t do that. The author certainly doesn’t show us.
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Slow moving and unfocused. Learning pegssus the origins of the Talents was so rewarding. Character quirks which are mentioned ad nauseam but never have any further significance, either to plot or character development.
The mind boggles at the wonder of it all. We are experiencing technical difficulties. While I think McCaffrey did a better job with the Tower and Hive series, to which this is the prequel series, I still completely enjoyed this one. The book was published inand that is about the time that her son began taking over the writing duties on her books.
McCaffrey also has a thing about babies, and women having babies, spqce large families; again, it’s almost fetishistic at times. But there are those who, for selfish motives of their own, want Padrugoi and the other outposts to fail. Since there was a need to combine two series written at very different times, the story itself was rather neglected. Peter Reidinger, the telepathic and telekinetic Talent introduced in Pegasus in Flightproves to be one of the most important psychic Talents in human history; his ability to tap into outside sources of energy gives him potentially unlimited power, but there are ruthless enemies of all Talent mccaffrey must be stopped, or all mankind will pay the price.