The Planet Pirates

The Planet Pirates

Anne McCaffrey Elizabeth Moon Jody Lynn Nye / Jun 27, 2019

The Planet Pirates THE PLANET PIRATES ENSLAVED SASSINAK AND DESTROYED HER WORLDA FATAL MISTAKE The Planet Pirates traces the careers of two remarkable women Sassinak escaped from slavery to freedom and then used that f

  • Title: The Planet Pirates
  • Author: Anne McCaffrey Elizabeth Moon Jody Lynn Nye
  • ISBN: 9780671319625
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Hardcover
  • THE PLANET PIRATES ENSLAVED SASSINAK AND DESTROYED HER WORLDA FATAL MISTAKE The Planet Pirates traces the careers of two remarkable women Sassinak escaped from slavery to freedom, and then used that freedom to fight the evil that had wrecked her world, first as a cadet, later as a captain, and finally as an Admiral of the Fleet.Lunzie, one of the galaxy s greatest healTHE PLANET PIRATES ENSLAVED SASSINAK AND DESTROYED HER WORLDA FATAL MISTAKE The Planet Pirates traces the careers of two remarkable women Sassinak escaped from slavery to freedom, and then used that freedom to fight the evil that had wrecked her world, first as a cadet, later as a captain, and finally as an Admiral of the Fleet.Lunzie, one of the galaxy s greatest healers, is Sassinak s great grandmother but in actual years she is her junior Lunzie spent nearly a century in coldsleep waiting for rescue when her ship was destroyed Imagine their mutual surprise when Sassinak rescued her.How together Sassinak and Lunzie save first a world, and then a confederation of worlds and almost in passing establish amity between the genetically engineered Heavy Worlders and normal humanity is the story of The Planet Pirates.Publisher s Note Never in our experience has a new series met with such solid success as our national bestsellers, THE PLANET PIRATES Sassinak, The Death of Sleep, and Generation Warriors Now at last we are able to offer all five hundred thousand words in a single hardcover edition Note that because of its sheer physical mass, The Planet Pirates can never be offered in a mass market paperback edition.

    The Planet Pirates Anne McCaffrey, Jody Lynn Nye Jan , The Planet Pirates Anne McCaffrey, Jody Lynn Nye, Elizabeth Moon on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Escaping the life of a pirate s slave, Sassinak eventually becomes a Fleet ship captain, and with the help of her grandmother The Planet Pirates Planet Pirates by Anne McCaffrey The Planet Pirates Planet Pirates Sassinak escaped from slavery to freedom, and then used that freedom to fight the evil that had wrecked her world, first as a cadet, later as a captain, and finally as an Admiral of the Fleet.Lunzie, one of the galaxy s greatest heal. Planet Pirates Planet Pirates is a science fiction trilogy written by Anne McCaffrey and two co authors separately, Elizabeth Moon and Jody Lynn Nye The three novels were published as paperback originals by Baen Books in and , although the Doubleday Science Fiction Book Club SFBC issued hardcover editions of each within several months. The Planet Pirates Audiobooks Listen to the Full Series Like every other citizen of the Federation of Sentient Planets, Lunzie Mespil believed that no harm would come to her, but when the planet pirates attack the space liner on which she is a passenger, she might have to suffer than just inconvenience. Sassinak Planet Pirates, Vol v Anne McCaffrey Jul , The first in the Planet Pirates series, this science fiction yarn offers a vivid universe inhabited by cardboard citizens Sassinak, the heroine and the only developed character, steps straight from a formula When she is , pirates raid her native colony, enslaving her and g murdering her family. The Jetsons Invasion of the Planet Pirates SNES May , This space witch of a pirate must go down So this game can end I m over it now Like what you see Consider showing your support on Patreon

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      • Anne McCaffrey Elizabeth Moon Jody Lynn Nye

        Anne McCaffrey was born on April 1st, 1926, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Her parents were George Herbert McCaffrey, BA, MA PhD Harvard , Colonel USA Army retired , and Anne Dorothy McElroy McCaffrey, estate agent She had two brothers Hugh McCaffrey deceased 1988 , Major US Army, and Kevin Richard McCaffrey, still living.Anne was educated at Stuart Hall in Staunton Virginia, Montclair High School in Montclair, New Jersey, and graduated cum laude from Radcliffe College, majoring in Slavonic Languages and Literatures.Her working career included Liberty Music Shops and Helena Rubinstein 1947 1952 She married in 1950 and had three children Alec Anthony, b 1952, Todd, b.1956, and Georgeanne, b.1959.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 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 It is, however, in the handling of broader themes and the worlds of her imagination, particularly the two series The Ship Who Sang and the fourteen novels about the Dragonriders of Pern that Ms McCaffrey s talents as a story teller are best displayed.She died at the age of 85, after suffering a massive stroke on 21 November 2011.Obituaries Locus, GalleyCat.


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    1. I picked this book up without any real thought at a time when I was having to travel six hours on a train twice a week. I was waiting for the train and had finished the book I was reading, so I needed another, and so, with very little to spare, I grabbed it. I had only read one book (Nimisha's Ship) at this point, and had liked it, and I could not find anything else in the train station store that was even remotely interesting, so with no time left, I grabbed it and I'm glad I did!One of the thi [...]


    2. This was disappointing to say the least. I did like it, but the ending wrapped up too neatly and certainly much too quickly. As I child, I absolutely knew who Anne McCaffrey was; scifi fantasy has always been a favored genre. However, as voracious a reader as I was, I somehow managed to read Pern almost exclusively when I was devoting any time to her at all among the myriad of other authors I had discovered. Her other series I have read are Catteni, Crystalsinger and some of Petaybee. That there [...]


    3. Cannot finish this book. Not sure where it is going. The character is likable but her motivations don't make sense. The book is slow and meandering. Not able to finish.


    4. I took a break from reading Elizabeth Moon's Familias Regnant series to read this, because in a way it was (I speculate) the inspiration for the Familias Regnant series - spaceships and high society. (In space.) Sassinak, the middle book, was one I enjoyed a great deal when I was younger. I'm honestly not sure if I'd ever read The Death of Sleep or Generation Warriors before. I want to say yes, but I'm not sure. Overall: I think this was good but terrible, if that makes any sense. Some of the ch [...]


    5. i remember really enjoying these when i was 12 or 13, and i think they probably were good for me at that age. unfortunately, they don't stand up as novels for adults. Sassinak and Generation Warriors both have some excellent character development (and some less-excellent as well, but all the viewpoint characters are very well composed, and several others), the writing is still fairly inattentive and simplistic. scenes lack transitions, and too much is glossed over too quickly. the whole thing re [...]


    6. In it's own genre.The Planet Pirates Omnibus is a prime example of the Sci-Fi section in a underfunded library, in it's own separate spinning metal rack, deemed unworthy of placement among the shelves. The often musty paperbacks that fill this section are often science fiction stories from the 80s and 90s that lack serious world building, plausibility or grimness of today's novels, but are endearing all the same. Ethan of Athos would be another example of this subgenre.I picked this omnibus up r [...]


    7. I don't have much more to say about this series than what I wrote about the individual books. Plagued by wordiness, a society and philosophy that no longer seems relevant or interesting, and characters who don't seem to act or feel real; a storyline that is not nearly ambitious enough, boring and bogged down in details; writing that makes these respected and experienced storytellers feel like rank amateurs. I think I'm just not cut out to enjoy McCaffrey's books, but I'm sure some people are. Th [...]


    8. I was excited to find this at a used book store because I recently discovered the short Dinosaur Planet series and, as this has some of the same characters, I was looking forward to reading more. Unfortunately, it didn't quite meet up to expectations. The ending wrapped up WAY too fast, especially after reading all this build-up from the first two books, intrigue, plots, galaxy-wide conspiracies.d then in a chapter, it's over. Some parts were fun to read and it mostly held my attention. All in a [...]


    9. Thank goodness it's over; should not have been the thought mainly going through my head.While these books did offer a different (one might even say better) perspective on Dinosaur Planet/Dinosaur Planet Survivors; most mysteries were tied up nicely, and the ending is satisfying enough in regards to that - still, there was so much that could have been done here with the two main characters that simply was not.


    10. My copy came from the Rio Grande Valley Library system. City of Albuquerque. Hardback. The story came together too smoothly. An Ann feature. The first part was too touch feely. A Jody feature. The last parts were very martial. An Elizabeth feature. Cheesy as and yet a ripping yarn. So many future branches explored. 890 pages of good read.


    11. Sad and depressing, it was so realistic. Got you into the main character's plight very seemlessly. I love Anne McCaffrey's writing style, and this does not disappoint. Just be prepared, it is not sunshine and rainbows. It is far more realistic science fiction.


    12. Omnibus containing 1)Sassinak 2)Generation Warriors & 3)The Death of Sleep. This is one of my favorite space opera series of all time! Fans of space opera should definitely make this a priority and fans of futuristic romance author Linnea Sinclair should give it a try, too.


    13. The Planet PiratesMcCaffrey, Annea compilation of the series including many of the adventures of Sassaki and her historical expanse over generations, and how she fought against the people who tried to take over the universe.


    14. Notice I rated this fat book lower than the individual stories, While it is nice to get all three together it is to wordy. However the only copy of Book Two in the Norfolk Library system is this one so I had to check it out.


    15. A good, yet long novel. Ups and downs. It has nostalgic points for me. I finished it! Nothing too amazing. Some interesting themes, pretty standard sci-fi plot. I started this is 6th grade and then put it down to finish 5 years after I graduated from college. Go figure.


    16. Three books in one, which saves time trying to track them down individually. I really liked the two main characters and their stories. My only complaint is that the last book felt rushed and could have been written better. On the whole though it was entertaining and fun.





    17. over all a decent action flick that kept me on my toes during my morning commute. love the development of the characters and how we got to see them grow




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