[Epub] The White Dragon (Pern: Dragonriders of Pern, #3) By Anne McCaffrey – Loanexpress.us

The White Dragon (Pern: Dragonriders of Pern, #3)Jamais Houve Uma Liga O T O Pr Xima Como A Que Existe Entre O Audacioso E Aventureiro Jovem Senhor Jaxom E O Seu Extraordin Rio Drag O Branco, Ruth De Um Branco Puro E Incrivelmente Gil, Ruth Um Drag O Com Muitos Talentos, Embora Quase Todos Os Habitantes De Pern O Considerem Um An O Que Nunca Chegar A Lado Algum Jaxom, Por M, Sabe Que N O Assim Ele Sabe Que Pode Ensinar O Seu Drag O A Voar E A Destruir Os Mort Feros Fios Prateados Que Caem Do C U Desobedecendo A Todas As Regras, Jaxom E Ruth Treinam Em Segredo Os Seus Voos Il Citos Parecem Constituir Apenas Uma Desobedi Ncia De Somenos Import Ncia At Darem Por Eles Na Rota Do Perigo E Em Posi O De Impedir A Maior Cat Strofe De Sempre

[Epub] The White Dragon (Pern: Dragonriders of Pern, #3) By Anne McCaffrey – Loanexpress.us
  • Capa Mole
  • 544 pages
  • The White Dragon (Pern: Dragonriders of Pern, #3)
  • Anne McCaffrey
  • Portuguese
  • 08 February 2018
  • 9789895575503

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] The White Dragon (Pern: Dragonriders of Pern, #3) By Anne McCaffrey – Loanexpress.us


  1. says:

    Yes by all means, judge a book set in a feudalistic world surrounded by dragon on your personal interpretation of feminism on Earth circa 2013 This makes no sense to me If you re going to read a book I think you should read a book and suspend your sense of self to really get a feel for the world that s being created Now yes McCaffrey wrote a lot of these books in the 60 s and 70 s and she did not write super liberated women, though for her time they would have seemed quite progressive no doubt However again, the stories are set in a fantasy world that is feudal in nature so how about judging the writing on the writing The stories are creative, plausible, the science of this world has continuity and logic, the characters are well written They are great stories meant ...


  2. says:

    Okay, wow, I had forgotten how unpleasant I find Jaxom about half the time He s a sympathetic character in that he gets to do all this cool stuff, but the internal monologue and motivations McCaffrey gives him are kind of tool y His distress over having no one real place where he fits is deeply appealing, but the way he whines about it is not Also, hi dodgy gender issues, how I didn t miss you They re prevalent enough in the Lessa books and the Menolly books, almost negligible in Piemur s book, but here, where you re deeply wedged into Jaxom s brain, they re even worse His treatment of Corana, the holder girl he first takes up with in order to have a cover for training Ruth to chew firestone, is abysmal First he almost forces her when he s caught up in the mating tensions of the green at Fort which is brushed away when Ruth says but she liked it , then Jaxom is glad to have his attachment to Sharra as an acceptable excuse for ditching her, except for when Sharra doesn t immediately succumb to his charms , he considers seeking out Corana for a little relief , if only in idle contemplation I suppose that s some of the class wonkiness in these books coming out, too Sharra is not for relief because she s Toric s sister, but Corana s father is beholden to Jaxom, so that s okay , ...


  3. says:

    No extra points in the rating for the awesome dragons and unique world this time around The shine of Pern has worn off, and all that s left is the author s writing In that regard, this book was pretty lackluster.I had a lot of hope for Jaxom and Ruth after Dragonquest I was pretty much completely disappointed Jaxom is a whiny, bratty kid that I had absolutely no investment in In fact, I actively want him to fail Characters that are special and wonderful at everything just for the sake of it annoy me, and McCaffrey seems to be frequently guilty of this Jaxom is a Lord Holder AND a dragon rider AND super smart and daring and skilled and blah blah How was all this getting developed since most of his established history as a youth is him being coddled by the overbearing Lytol His character development was less development than abrupt change He starts off rather meek, unwilling to assert himself and letting his caretakers fuss over him and his peers tease him Then one day he throws a hissy fit, and suddenly everyone realizes he s actually a man and ready for all sorts of responsibilities that they pile on Because hissy fits are totally the adult way to handle things He s now ready to fly his dragon, and learn about Hold affairs, and train in all the Craft halls,...


  4. says:

    The White Dragon wraps up the Dragonriders of Pern trilogy quite neatly however, pretty much everyone knows that it isn t the end for Pern Although the series got off to a slightly rough start, it actually got much better as it went on If you re a fan...


  5. says:

    Sometimes the runt is important than anyone thought.


  6. says:

    Oh, my gosh I read this over and over in sixth grade, giggling naughtily all the while Good grief, Jaxom and that buxom farmer s sister I think I read this before any of the other Pern books, though I had read DRAGONSINGER I loved Ruth, and the idea of...


  7. says:

    Another great story of Pern This one focuses on Jaxom, the Lord Holder of Ruatha and his white dragon, Ruth You learn a lot of Jaxom and those he interacts with You learn of his friendships and how he struggles with becoming Lord His relationship with his dragon is wonderful and they make a great team They take on some interesting endeavors that have you...


  8. says:

    This is basically a review of the three books that make up the trilogy There actually was a book between books two and three that I m not counting, but which do introduce several characters in this book, but I m not counting it as one of the main books because that book was originally published as YA and it wasn t available at my local library.I prefer to review the books as they exist, and not the book I d wished someone had written I also think that if a book is part of a series that is than 40 years old, expecting it to follow conventions of the 21st Century is silly.I ve just finished re reading all three books I gave all three of them four stars because even with some reservations about the books, I was pulled into reading them one after another and right now That bit of magic still exists, and it isn t just that this was a favorite series way back when.One thing that any SF book of that era required was levels of world building that most series don t currently have I m pretty sure McCaffrey could have answered questions as to WHY any bit of Pern s culture existed, and in fact there are stories about most of those answers And t...


  9. says:

    10 2014 Reread The continuing adventure with Don to rediscover Pern I love Ruth I love Jaxom They are pleased to see us in the air together Ramoth and Mnementh are very happy to see you on my back at last I am very happy Are you happier now And fire lizards I forgot how jam packed the Pern stories were Ruth and Jaxom s maturation is only a small portion of what happens as the politics expand, problems inflate and then are resolved, but really the bond between the two is what drove the book for me The explorations of the southern continent The discovery of the Dawn Sisters and the connection to the past is great F lar and the others are determined to leave the weyrs in a much better position after the Pass than they entered it As usual, the adept statesmanship and Robinton s skills are front and center again I look forward the the Harper Hall trilogy and details on Robinton and Menolly I loved you first, Master Favorite quote You can, you know,...


  10. says:

    As much as I loved the first two books of the Dragonriders of Pern series, The White Dragon remains my favorite And not because of Jaxom, whom I never liked as a lead character protagonist Ruth was my favorite character Ruth, the stunted runt totally unique White Dragon The archaeological discoveries on the Southern Continent at the original landing site are the most memorable and compelling parts of this installment in the saga of Pern And Ruth s abilities to manipulate time and space are unparalleled in the evolution of the dragons As with most of McCaffrey s novels, I tend to skip over the romantic story lines as they bore me to tears Rarely does she write a romantic subplot that engages me And her attempts at jealous revenge subplots also grates on me But that aside, I enj...

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