In Freedom's Landing, bestselling author Anne McCaffrey created a new world that human slaves were forced to colonize. In time, this new world became more thatn a home--it became something to fight for. But now Kris Bjornsen and her comrades have found evidence of another race on thier planet.... show more
In Freedom's Landing, bestselling author Anne McCaffrey created a new world that human slaves were forced to colonize. In time, this new world became more thatn a home--it became something to fight for. But now Kris Bjornsen and her comrades have found evidence of another race on thier planet. Are they ancients, long dead and gone? Or could they still exist...to join their fight?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 1st 1998
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Catteni -3 (#2)
TW for rape. I read the first book in the Catteni series (Freedom's Landing, I think?) ages and ages ago (as in years), and literally the only thing I remembered about it was the relationship between an alien and a human. Fortunately, McCaffrey provides a neat recap at the beginning of the book:...
4.5 *Book source ~ My home library. In Freedom’s Landing after Kris Bjornson, Zainal, Chuck Mitford and hundreds of others had been dropped on a distant planet to colonize it for the Catteni they discovered it was inhabited by automated machines farming the land. Taking apart the machines to cre...
I'm really loving this series. Its exciting and far from what i normally read, but it has my attention snagged and hard to take breaks in between reads. I keep turning pages wondering what will happen next. I'm gonna read the 3rd asap. This was as well written as the 1st. I'm enjoying the series a g...
The story was well-written and engaging. It actually was a good book, but it could have been much better if it hadn't had all the profanity and sexual references. Some scenes felt like a soap opera rather than a sci-fi novel. Other than that, though, it was still pretty good. I'm looking forward...
Book two of the Catteni has me captivated. I've read this book over and over several times. I like Kris and the rest of the slave rebels. Her leadership just has me happily humming along trying to keep up with what they do. Yes, the situation is bad, but in some ways, it feels more productive an...