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Sky Dragons From the New York Times bestselling mother and son team of Anne McCaffrey and Todd McCaffrey comes the final installment in the riveting Pern saga that began with Todd’s solo novel Dragonsblood Now with all of Pern imperiled by the aftereffects of a plague that killed scores of dragons and left the planet helpless against the fall of deadly Thread the only hope for the future lies in the past   There on an unexplored island a group of dragonriders led by Xhinna a brave young woman who rides the blue dragon Tazith must battle lethal Merows and voracious tunnel snakes to build a safe home for themselves and the dragons whose offspring will one day—if they survive—replenish Pern’s decimated dragon population But as the first female rider of a blue dragon and the first female Weyrleader in the history of Pern Xhinna faces an uphill battle in winning the respect and loyalty of her peers especially after an unforeseen tragedy leaves the struggling colony reeling from a shattering loss   Amid the grieving one girl Jirana blessed—or cursed—with the ability to foresee potential futures will help Xhinna find a way forward The answer lies in time or rather in timing it the awesome ability of the dragons to travel through time itself But that power comes with risks and by venturing further into the past Xhinna may be jeopardizing the very future she has sworn to save


10 thoughts on “Sky Dragons

  1. says:

    I think that Goodreads should give you a negative option when rating books minus one star would be perfect for this book Todd McCaffrey has completely ruined Pern I am a huge fan of Anne McCaffrey's Pern books but Todd needs to put this pass out of its misery and go do something else One indicator for me that a book will be bad is when it is a new book in a popular series with a huge following


  2. says:

    This is a sad end to the great work which Anne McCaffrey has given us through the years and I think that a lot if not all of the blame has to be placed at the feet of Todd I have tried to keep an open mind to their collaborations in the last few years and Todd's solo efforts but things seemed to have gotten steadily worseBut where to begin Sky Dragons reads like an early draft rather than a fina


  3. says:

    I'm not sure what to say This was another book in what seemed a long series of books about the same characters and time span There was a dragon sickness thread fall was coming and they needed to save the dragons There were several books dedicated to timing it to the past to have hatchings and raise hatchlings so that they would have dragons during the time they needed it This was another of those


  4. says:

    Sky Dragons by Todd Anne McCaffreyThis is a tale of dragons from Pern the home of Anne McCaffrey’s dragonesue imagination Plague has decimated the dragons of Pern and their riders to the point where there is an insufficient defense against Thread This book details how a small band of courageous dragon riders preservers I don’t know if I own every book that Anne McCaffrey authored but if I don’t


  5. says:

    Someone is going to bash me for this one so if you're not conservative probably better just move on to another reviewUgh I have been a long time fan of Anne McCaffery I stumbled upon Dragonsinger years and years ago and was hooked I hate to say anything negative especially as she died in the last year but I just can't give this book a good review I've felt like her books have really gone downhill in th


  6. says:

    Sky Dragons Pern #24McCaffrey AnneIt is better sweet to turn the last page of An Anne Mccaffrey book knowing that this is the last book she put her hands on and approved I have read all her books and #24 is no different then the first with tears streaming down your face as you feel the ebb and pull of the events that occur with in the pages wishing the characters could live forever Greiving for a friend


  7. says:

    I received this book from Netgalley an uncorrected proofAt the end of Dragon’s Time the plague and sickness are over but there are few dragons and riders left Sky Dragon’s starts where that one left off sort of at first it is a little off putting because they don’t tell the story of how they came to be where they are till laterFor the main part of the book we have some familiar folks and some new fac


  8. says:

    Originally posted at Dragons is the latest installment in the Pern Series and the last book which will feel the touch of Anne MacCaffrey herself It's thrilling as a reader and lover of the Pern series that this latest and last book by her is as wonderful and thrilling as the first The Pern series does need to be read in order because there are elements which are developed and explained in early books and may


  9. says:

    Sky Dragons Dragonriders of Pern takes place after the plague has annihilated most the dragons and riders This is the story how the remaining dragons and riders survive and rebuild This being my first book in this series I was unfamiliar with all the past characters Even though I was unfamiliar I was still able to follow the story rather easily The authors did a fabulous job giving just enough information to e


  10. says:

    This book was hard to follow with all the various names that are similar I also didn't feel connected to any of the characters which is very different from the rest of the series where I always became attached to certain key characters It took many chapters before I started to feel like I knew the characters enough to properly enjoy the book In previous Pern books there was often a short recap of what had happen


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