Publish date: 1970
Pages no: 223
Edition language: English
One of my favorite books. I've read it so many times, it's falling apart.
I can't believe this book was written in 1967 because except for a few small things it felt like a modern sci-fi book. I'm finally starting to read this author's books and loved this one. Seems like a precursor to modern sci-fi romance books.
This was Anne McCaffrey's first book, and still in print after fifty years. I wouldn't recommend it as an introduction to her. This doesn't have the awesome world building that make her Pern Dragon books, or her Crystal books, or her Ship books special. A lot in the plot is pretty creaky. Much more ...
I actually read this when it was a new release. And, yes, mostly cheesy space opera. With some of the culture of the time. When SF not always likely to have characters versus technology and cardboard aliens that were either evil invaders or sidekick cardboard cutouts to denote the hero was not a ...
After Anne McCaffrey's death recently I decided that I had to re-read some of her works. This is one I've read a few times before and it did survive re-reading again. Granted some of the attitudes of people are a bit dated (though not as dated as you might hope) but this story of a woman abducted ...