The next in McCaffrey’s popular Saga of the Talents series (Pegasus in Flight, To Ride Pegasus), this novel follows the adventures of a group of psychically. Editions. Pegasus In Space . Anne McCaffrey · Paperback · Ebook. View more editions. Buy from Buy from – arrow icon. Hive · Waterstones. Pegasus in Space, is the third and final book in The Talent Series by Anne McCaffrey, this novel is then followed by a continuing series, The Tower and the Hive.

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Even though this is the 3rd book in the Talents series it was the last to be written after the Tower and Hive series was complete. You almost forget what the start was by the time you get to the end there have been so many individual situations. OK, I seriously don’t get that but I don’t get gardening!

This stands the test of time.

The Talents Saga

For an overpopulated Earth whose resources are strained to the breaking point, there is only one place to look for relief: Paperbackpages. There’s a ton of stuff like this; they won’t give their opposition all the information, or proper explanations, or anything, and then they get all snotty when they reveal their obvious rightness, which is reliant on stuff that nobody else knew, because they wouldn’t tell them There is Peter Reidinger, a teenage paraplegic who happens to be the strongest telekinetic ever, his mind capable of teleporting objects and people thousands of miles in the blink of an eye.

It doesn’t bother me that Peter’s “appliance” waste bag, eg catheter is mentioned so often, which was another complaint I read. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Or because they offer insight on the human condition. To view it, click here.

Mar 30, Veronica rated it it was ok. Not on a par with her best work.

There are sinister machinations going on and Peter is in danger when he turns 18 and takes up his official duties for the Center up on Padrugoi. Rhyssa Owen, the powerful telepath and mother hen to Peter and the rest of her “children”–and a fierce, unrelenting fighter against the prejudice that would deny sace Talented the right to lead happy and productive lives.


If you’re desperate to read more about Padrugoi Station and Peter, you might give this a try. This book also captures much of what I love about sci-fi as it’s mostly set on a space station orbiting around Earth. In a way it is too bad she felt that just fantasy wasn’t enough. If you don’t, you’ll sit and scratch your head and wonder why this character is here.

As usual, the heroes of McCaffrey’s mccaffre are competent nane a fault, everyone else is incompetent, if not stupid, and the villains are just competent enough to be bad, but are otherwise stupid. About Pegasus in Space In a triumphant career spanning more than thirty years, Anne McCaffrey has won the psgasus of critics, the devotion of millions of fans, and awards xnne numerous to mention.

The story still fascinates me and makes me wonder how much faster we would be exploring space if we had people with Talents such as these.

Especially the scene where Damia insists that Afra admire her naked fourteen-year-old body, particularly when combined with the fact that he is anme described as having been in love with her since she was that age. Anne McCaffrey – one of the all time great sf authors The title above about Mccfafrey just sums up my opinion of a great SF author. Pegasus in Space by Anne McCaffrey feels like one of those superfluous books that didn’t need to get written, and only got written to milk an existing property.

I got access to this audiobook this weekend and although I did want to pegasud the rest of them I wasn’t able to so listened to it anyways.

And woe to anyone who harms either one of them–for the young girl’s talent may prove xnne be the most amazing of all. Now that magic is back, displayed as breathtakingly as ever in the exciting and long-awa In a triumphant career spanning more than thirty years, Anne McCaffrey has won the acclaim of critics, the devotion of millions of fans, and awards too numerous to mention. Peter learns to turn his power to awesome, mostly because everyone downstream of him seems incompetent, while the financial and tactical awesomeness of his power gets short shrift.


More about Anne McCaffrey. The Talent 3The Talents Universe 3. I’m not keen on age-gap relationships anyway though I do accept that they can work in psgasus real world!

There is something about the way Ms. But life in the Linears is kind of fun to read about if, er, unintentionally racist and I like the first-steps-into-space arc in the Pegasus books.

It’s a strange blend or world, ,ccaffrey and story motivation that a lot of the other stories I read tend to lack. Trivia About Pegasus in Space Or rather, took secondary position instead of the usual primary position. This novel serves as a bridge between the Anbe and the Tower and Hive books, two Talents sub-series.

Pegasus in Space

The amount of therapy Peter would have needed was enormous. Oct 20, Peter Curd rated it liked it. It has a cast of thousands – pretty much everyone you’ve ever met in previous books – who show up often no reason at all. Fantastic conclusion to the trilogy and insight into how the world of the rest pegasux the series The Talent and the Hive came to be. Pegasks by Anne McCaffrey.

Some of it is a really dry read, but if you push through the story is engaging. Only who is going to save the Talented? The various plotlines are zoomed through hastily, and the introduction of a new Talent appears to be done solely to view spoiler [provide a way to cure Peter’s paralysis, which struck me as really unfortunate – one of the fascinating things about the previous book was Peter’s paralysis and the ways in which that both spurred and was helped by his telekinesis.

When Nane was a child, science was on a pedestal, and going to get us to the moon. Her first novel, Restoree, was written as a protest against the absurd and unrealistic portrayals of women in s-f novels in the 50s and early 60s. The Talents Saga Series: