In Anne McCaffrey's New York Times bestselling DRAGONSEYE, join Weyrleaders, Holders, and Craftmasters in the creation of the legendary Star Stones and the teaching ballads of Pern!It's been two-hundred years since the deadly Thread fell like rain upon Pern, devouring everything in its path. No... show more
In Anne McCaffrey's New York Times bestselling DRAGONSEYE, join Weyrleaders, Holders, and Craftmasters in the creation of the legendary Star Stones and the teaching ballads of Pern!It's been two-hundred years since the deadly Thread fell like rain upon Pern, devouring everything in its path. No one alive remembers that first horrific onslaught and no one believes in its return--except for the dragonriders. For two centuries they have been practicing and training, passing down from generation to generation the formidable Threadfighting techniques. Now the ominous signs are appearing: the violent winter storms and volcanic eruptions that are said to herald the approach of the Red Star and its lethal spawn. But one stubborn Lord Holder, Chalkin of Bitra, refuses to believe--and that disbelief could spell disaster. So as the dragonriders desperately train to face a terrifying enemy, they and the other Lord Holders must find a way to deal with Chalkin--before history repeats itself and unleashes its virulence on all of Pern. . . .
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 27th 1997
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 390
Edition language: English
Series: Pern (Publication Order) 9 (#14)
My first book for #PaperbackSummer is Dragonseye by Anne McCaffrey. This book, set 257 years after the colonists first settled Pern, takes us to the brink of a new Pass, showing us the struggles with the colonists have with adapting to their world while letting go of the burdens and technology of th...
I enjoyed the multiple story lines, seeing potentials for more books based on each character.The shift away from technology also was well explained, & the 'future' books made more sense.
This was one Pern novel that I didn't care very much for, despite the series being among my favourites. There were some quibbles, but overall it's still a decent read, just not a great one. For the complete review, please go here:http://www.epinions.com/review/Dragonseye_by_Anne_McCaffrey_and_narrat...
What is it about the good life and peace for so long which makes people complacent? Why has thread not fallen according to schedule for so long? Is it completely gone? These are the many questions which are posed in this story. I pondered about the reasons why thread is not falling as expected. ...