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Dragondrums by Anne McCaffrey
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Jul 22, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: finished-and-reviewed
Read from July 13 to 16, 2012

The last in the Harper Hall trilogy, this book is focused on Piemur, not Menoly. For this reason, I've heard it said that it shouldn't really be part of a trilogy, but if you read the three books together as the "Harper Hall Trilogy" and not the "Menoly Trilogy" then you're okay. The point of this set of three is to give you a glimpse into the lives of the most important people on Pern, to see major events through their eyes, and... of course... to get the chance to spend more time with our favorite Masterharper.

McCaffrey's books of Pern are always easy to find yourself lost in, not because there are lengthy descriptions of beauty or deep discussions, but because of the way they represent life in general. It's easy to follow along in the lives of the characters, experience what they do, and feel what they feel. You get caught up in everything because it is all something you can believe in.

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