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Power Play (Petaybee, #3) Like A Child, The Sentient Planet Petaybee Is Growing Learning To Respond And Communicate Yanaba Maddock Has Appointed Herself Defender Of Her Adopted Planet, Protecting It Against Outsiders Who Seek To Plunder Its Resources Then Yanaba Is Kidnapped And The Price Of Freedom Is Petaybee Itself The Rousing Conclusion To Powers That Be And Power Lines HC Del Rey.


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10 thoughts on “Power Play (Petaybee, #3)

  1. says:

    I m guessing this is where McCaffrey checked out of this series The tone changes entirely it s a marked difference, and not a good one Suddenly there s a lot of she caught her own unspoken pun and chuckled , and you read back thinking what pun Oh, that why are we noting that There are a lotjokey slang phrases as well, which were out of date when the book was published and so now just sound totally bizarre I don t really believe that that lingo is still alive on a deep space sta I m guessin...


  2. says:

    This is the 3rd book in the Petaybee series by Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough The planet Petaybee was terraformed two hundreds years ago It is still an arctic world so it was forcibly settled by Inuit peoples from old Earth In this one Yanaba, Bunny and Diego travel to Gal 3 the largest space station in the galaxy There they hope to finally gain independence for Petaybe and it s peoples but they are kidnapped by a notorious pirate and held for ransom Things don t go as planned This is the 3rd


  3. says:

    A great giftAnyone that likes stories that build on each other Anne McCaffrey was as master at this and her co writer close behind We lost a great writer when McCaffrey passed I hope to seeof than Pern series continued by her son Todd.


  4. says:

    I enjoy how the planet Petaybee demonstrates sentienceclearly in this conclusion to the trilogy The echoing and phosphorescence were clever communications Some of the story got a hit to hokey, however, to getstars in this rating.


  5. says:

    great syfy story a must read


  6. says:

    Nice world building, good characters The plot and writing were good Solid series, but I don t love it.


  7. says:

    From Publishers Weekly This final volume of the trilogy that began with Powers That Be opens with the marriage of Yanaba Maddock, administrator of the sentient planet Petaybee, to geneticist and selkie Sean Shongili The pregnant Yana soon has to tra...


  8. says:

    Power Play 1995 by Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough brings the Petaybee trilogy to a something of a conclusion Resembling a wanna be Northern Exposurethan a SF novel, the book attempts to capture the idiosyncrasies of small town arctic life, making it a rather fluffy read There s nothing wrong with fluff Sometimes you just need some cotton candy Make no mistake, this book does not repeat the disaster that was book 2, but instead achieves a lacklusterness in its own righ Power Play 1995 by Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough br


  9. says:

    Power Play by Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough is the third book in the Petaybee series The story fallows the events which occurred in Power Lines as the defeated enemies of Petaybee are not through with their scheming The two main antagonists are once again Torkel Fisk and Mathew Luzon but they both deal with intermediaries rather than coming near the planet themselves Torkel goes thedirect route by hiring the pirate Onidi Louchard to kidnap Yanaba Maddock and Marmion de Re Power Play by Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough is the thi


  10. says:

    Wince Much weaker than I remembered.I know nothing of how these books came into existence, but having just reread the trilogy withknowledge of publishing in general, I have to say it reads like the authors had a great idea that inflamed them and powered the first, very strong and dynamic novel and then it was sold to the publisher as a trilogy.See, the second book comes a bit out of left field and comes across as forced in multiple places, but generally works.This third one, oof All o Wince Much weaker than I remembered.I know nothing of how these books came int


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