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by Anne McCaffrey


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Anne Inez McCaffrey (April 1, 1926–November 21, 2011) was an American-born Irish writer, best known for the Dragonriders of Pern science fiction series. Early in McCaffrey’s forty-six-year career as a writer, she became the first woman to win a Hugo Award for fiction and the first to win a Nebula Award. Her 1978 novel The White Dragon became one of the first science fiction books to appear on the New York Times bestseller list.

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Killashandra said, stressing the f sound against her teeth and lips.

By the time they had parked the scooter, entered the residential section of the Complex, and taken a lift to the executive floor, nineteen other people had informed them, in tones varying from irritated malice to sheer envy, that Lanzecki wanted to see them. Fardles!" Killashandra said, stressing the f sound against her teeth and lips. What's up?" "Hmmm, we are not in favor with our peer group," Lars said, his expression carefully bland.

Anne McCaffrey’s first story was published by Sam Moskowitz in Science Fiction + Magazine and her first novel was published by Ballantine Books in 1967. By the time the three children of her marriage were comfortably in school most of the day, she had already achieved enough success with short stories to devote full time to writing.

Crystal had destroyed Killashandra’s memory, and only crystal could restore it-if she dared!

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Written by Anne McCaffrey, Audiobook narrated by Adrienne Barbeau.

Killashandra was the most gifted Crystal Singer on Ballybran. What is Kobo Super Points? A loyalty program that rewards you for your love of reading.

Killashandra knows that her singing causes memory loss, but she doesn't count on the loneliness she feels when her heart remembers what her mind has forgotten. 2 cassettes.

Crystal Line (Super Sound Buys) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0787100742

ISBN: 0787100749

Author: Anne McCaffrey

Category: Fantasy

Subcategory: Science Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Dove Entertainment Inc (May 1, 1994)

ePUB size: 1901 kb

FB2 size: 1886 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 846

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Framokay
I first started reading Anne's books at age 12, I'm now 45! This is a series that I've read 11 times myself. All this authors stories are just amazing. They draw you right in, making you love the characters and live along with them through the twists and turn of such a well written series. I've always wished for a fourth book too tell the truth. Anne is now lost to us as her life has ended but forever she lives on in the stories she has written and the heart and minds of her readers. I was so blessed at 13 to write my first of many letters to Anne and get a reply which I never expected. She saw right away a young girl in love with reading and greatly encouraged me to keep reading and also writing my own poor stories just for the love of it. I have read every story she has ever written and have never once been disappointed. I hope you read this series and others she wrote in her life time and find the joy I have. Her son Todd McCaffrey has even taken up her Dragonriders of Pern series which he started to co write before her passing and does an excellent job which I know his mom is looking down on glowing with pride! This world is a sadder place with less joy of stories now she has passed. I found her to be such a kind and generous person through the letters I received as a kid I mourned greatly when she had to leave us all. So please join me in honoring her by reading her stories and holding them in your heart. Thanks so much! Heather
Framokay
I first started reading Anne's books at age 12, I'm now 45! This is a series that I've read 11 times myself. All this authors stories are just amazing. They draw you right in, making you love the characters and live along with them through the twists and turn of such a well written series. I've always wished for a fourth book too tell the truth. Anne is now lost to us as her life has ended but forever she lives on in the stories she has written and the heart and minds of her readers. I was so blessed at 13 to write my first of many letters to Anne and get a reply which I never expected. She saw right away a young girl in love with reading and greatly encouraged me to keep reading and also writing my own poor stories just for the love of it. I have read every story she has ever written and have never once been disappointed. I hope you read this series and others she wrote in her life time and find the joy I have. Her son Todd McCaffrey has even taken up her Dragonriders of Pern series which he started to co write before her passing and does an excellent job which I know his mom is looking down on glowing with pride! This world is a sadder place with less joy of stories now she has passed. I found her to be such a kind and generous person through the letters I received as a kid I mourned greatly when she had to leave us all. So please join me in honoring her by reading her stories and holding them in your heart. Thanks so much! Heather
kinder
I have lived many books by this author, especially as a teen or twenty something. The first of the Dragon books and especially the Dragon Singer ones are really fun. I love feeling like I'm in the middle of the location of culture. I like the strong female characters. The author's ability to create a novel believable culture is phenomenal. I did notice in reading this series over in my forties i got bored easily and sometimes would cringe at the sex here, there, and anywhere (kind of like green eggs and ham), and since when does a woman not know how to take care of her needs alone? So, with a
It of page skipping, still a worthwhile read if you love the genre.
kinder
I have lived many books by this author, especially as a teen or twenty something. The first of the Dragon books and especially the Dragon Singer ones are really fun. I love feeling like I'm in the middle of the location of culture. I like the strong female characters. The author's ability to create a novel believable culture is phenomenal. I did notice in reading this series over in my forties i got bored easily and sometimes would cringe at the sex here, there, and anywhere (kind of like green eggs and ham), and since when does a woman not know how to take care of her needs alone? So, with a
It of page skipping, still a worthwhile read if you love the genre.
Mitynarit
This is one of my favorite series " The Crystal Singer" from Anne McCaffrey. I have read pretty much everything she has written, and I am always surprised and how well she writes and develops each character. In her story telling, I find I am pulled into her world of Killashandra, and I can BELIEVE that there is an FSP, and there are planets waiting for us to discover, just like what Killashandra and her friends do. I am a musician, and I have lost my ability to sing, I relate to Killashandra's story.. her main reason leaving her planet, leaving behind her music studies after her mentor and teach told her she would never get a lead roll in an opera. While she can still sing, her abrupt flight from the pain of hearing what she did not hear, takes her on a wild adventure of danger, political intrigue and new discoveries. I highly recommend this book...
Mitynarit
This is one of my favorite series " The Crystal Singer" from Anne McCaffrey. I have read pretty much everything she has written, and I am always surprised and how well she writes and develops each character. In her story telling, I find I am pulled into her world of Killashandra, and I can BELIEVE that there is an FSP, and there are planets waiting for us to discover, just like what Killashandra and her friends do. I am a musician, and I have lost my ability to sing, I relate to Killashandra's story.. her main reason leaving her planet, leaving behind her music studies after her mentor and teach told her she would never get a lead roll in an opera. While she can still sing, her abrupt flight from the pain of hearing what she did not hear, takes her on a wild adventure of danger, political intrigue and new discoveries. I highly recommend this book...
The_NiGGa
I have read this trilogy multiple times and worn out the original paperbacks. Anne McCaffrey is one of my favorite writers. Great characters that the reader cares about and super imagination of worlds. Well worth your time. I suggest reading some of her earlier works as well.
The_NiGGa
I have read this trilogy multiple times and worn out the original paperbacks. Anne McCaffrey is one of my favorite writers. Great characters that the reader cares about and super imagination of worlds. Well worth your time. I suggest reading some of her earlier works as well.
Burking
This is the third book of the trilogy. Killashandra a disappointed music student from the planet fuete, becomes a crystal miner. Killashandra is a strong woman, feisty, yet soft when in love. Ballybran is an interdicted planet because of the symbiot that forces all who are changed by it to stay on Ballybran except for the crystal miners. The biggest problem they have is memory loss, and their inability to remember. The trilogy takes her from our in the ranges into the galaxy. Definitely a fun read
Burking
This is the third book of the trilogy. Killashandra a disappointed music student from the planet fuete, becomes a crystal miner. Killashandra is a strong woman, feisty, yet soft when in love. Ballybran is an interdicted planet because of the symbiot that forces all who are changed by it to stay on Ballybran except for the crystal miners. The biggest problem they have is memory loss, and their inability to remember. The trilogy takes her from our in the ranges into the galaxy. Definitely a fun read
Gaeuney
This is the third book of this trilogy. The book pulls together the various story lines introduced in this book. Being a hopeless romantic, I appreciated this retelling of the life and loves of Killashandra Ree, Crystal Singer. It made a satisfactory ending to this series. Enjoyed it very much!
Gaeuney
This is the third book of this trilogy. The book pulls together the various story lines introduced in this book. Being a hopeless romantic, I appreciated this retelling of the life and loves of Killashandra Ree, Crystal Singer. It made a satisfactory ending to this series. Enjoyed it very much!
Legend 33
Oldy but goody. Love this series! Just as satisfying now as it was years ago. Timeless!!!
Do yourself a favor and read them all!
Legend 33
Oldy but goody. Love this series! Just as satisfying now as it was years ago. Timeless!!!
Do yourself a favor and read them all!
Anne McCaffrey is my favorite science fiction/fantasy writer. She weaves a story like no other I've read. Her delightful description creates a mental picture so strong that one never forgets the storms and crystal singing of Ballybran, the cold sleep of Ireta, the dragons and dragonriders of Pern, the human/unicorns of Acorn's world, or the humanity of shell persons in brain/brawn partnerships. The Ship who Sang, was the first book I read of Ms. McCaffrey's, and I was hooked. The Crystal Singer trilogy neatly brings the B/B ships into the story, and I felt like I had come full circle and back to home. Undoubtedly, I will read them all again.
Anne McCaffrey is my favorite science fiction/fantasy writer. She weaves a story like no other I've read. Her delightful description creates a mental picture so strong that one never forgets the storms and crystal singing of Ballybran, the cold sleep of Ireta, the dragons and dragonriders of Pern, the human/unicorns of Acorn's world, or the humanity of shell persons in brain/brawn partnerships. The Ship who Sang, was the first book I read of Ms. McCaffrey's, and I was hooked. The Crystal Singer trilogy neatly brings the B/B ships into the story, and I felt like I had come full circle and back to home. Undoubtedly, I will read them all again.