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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. As established in Bradley's previous stories and Rediscovery (Darkover) - Kindle edition by Marion Zimmer Bradley, Mercedes Lackey. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC.
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This book started out so well. You know that the sci-fi setting of the first chapter is on a direct collision course for the high fantasy of the second chapter, and the characters of Ysaye and Leonie are drawn well enough to intrigue you.
Leonie is rapidly presented as an unsympathetic protagonist whom you still want to root for: her character development in this novel is perhaps the most well-realized part of it. But Evans is never really made anything more than a caricature, even when he puts This book started out so well. But Evans is never really made anything more than a caricature, even when he puts his evil plans in motion, and the story rapidly begins to lose cohesion soon after.
The ending reads like a rush job, or as if the compelling story within was too painful for the authors to fully explore, and so they cobbled together a slapdash finale just to say they'd finished it. I suppose I might have enjoyed the book more if I'd been more or at all familiar with the Darkover setting, but it just seems like a lot of wasted potential to me. May 05, Carole-Ann rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , sci-fi-variations.
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Diving into a Darkover session : Missed this when it was first released, although I remember when MZB began collaborating with others on her stories and I wasn't too impressed. However, this was a good one. The story is of a group of Terrans who land on one of Darkover's moons with the intention of finding out whether or not the planet is habitable. Unbeknownst to them, Leone Hastur, a potential Keeper she's only 15 , has sensed them and somehow makes telepathic contact with Ysaye,the computer s Diving into a Darkover session : Missed this when it was first released, although I remember when MZB began collaborating with others on her stories and I wasn't too impressed.
Unbeknownst to them, Leone Hastur, a potential Keeper she's only 15 , has sensed them and somehow makes telepathic contact with Ysaye,the computer scientist because she has untrained ESP. Action revolves around Elizabeth and David Lorne both telepaths and therefore able to adapt well to Darkover ; Ysaye, who links with Leone; and Lorill Hastur, Leone's twin, who makes good and bad decisions on his way to adulthood.
All of which opens the way for interaction between Earth and Darkover - and the many problems this causes. May 10, Jack Vasen rated it did not like it. Normally I love the Darkover series. This book I hate. With the exception of one or two individuals, Terrans come off as devils, especially anyone in authority. And even the Darkovans don't shine as people. Now you don't need to read the book because that is pretty much the whole plot. Even before you reach the end, this is a pretty unpleasant story including an attempted rape which really makes no sense no matter how depraved the man who attempts it.
If the Rediscovery event were not so key his Normally I love the Darkover series.
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If the Rediscovery event were not so key historically in the fictional timeline of this series, you could avoid it altogether. But there are discrepancies with other works so even that is compromised. Feb 09, Nicole rated it really liked it Shelves: star-trek-n-scifi , vamps-n-fantasy , mzb. I really looked forward to this book, however ended up being slightly disappointed by it. Part of that was that I'd built it up in my mind, part of that was the story itself.
I did very much enjoy reading about how the Terrans and the Darkovans established first contact and look forward to reading this book again when I re-read all the books some time in the future. Update: Looking through the list of Darkover books several months after writing this review, this book is one I remember well and th I really looked forward to this book, however ended up being slightly disappointed by it. Update: Looking through the list of Darkover books several months after writing this review, this book is one I remember well and think warmly of - apparently the slight disappointment I felt was very, very slight compared to the memorability of the book.
Jun 04, Bron rated it really liked it Shelves: in-the-kindle , favourite-universes. Very readable story. It fills in a gap in the history of Darkover and I'm the sort of reader who really does like to know all the back story! I think it introduces a few characters who appear in some of the major stories, but it's a long time since I read Sharra's Exile - I'd have to go back and re-read. It describes how a terran expidition finds a long-lost colony on a strange planet.
The people have forgotten that they came from earth originally and have evolved their own customs and religi Very readable story. The people have forgotten that they came from earth originally and have evolved their own customs and religions.
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Apr 23, Snail in Danger Sid Nicolaides rated it liked it Shelves: theme-sex-gender-glbt , science-fiction. I believe this was the first Darkover book I ever read. This doesn't stand up to time and changed tastes terribly well, but it is interesting to see this and get a different view to characters like Leonie Hastur and Kadarin, who reappear in later books, like Heritage of Hastur, The For I believe this was the first Darkover book I ever read.
This doesn't stand up to time and changed tastes terribly well, but it is interesting to see this and get a different view to characters like Leonie Hastur and Kadarin, who reappear in later books, like Heritage of Hastur, The Forbidden Tower, and the Renunciate books. Feb 23, Bruce rated it liked it.
This is a chink filler and it suffers from a rather stacato telling segmentation that tries to be mysterious and captivating but somehow manages to mostly be annoying. Not annoying enough to cast the book aside but if I had read it on the outward leg of a sky trip it would be gracing the bedside table of a hotel somewhere. Worth the read, worth the price, but not obviously worth the space on a bookshelf. Jan 12, Coucher de soleil rated it did not like it Shelves: science-fiction-read. I had originally rated this book quite a bit higher than this. Full disclosure: I am soleiltropiques in the comments below the post in the link.
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The discussion in the comments was really interesting as well. Oct 21, Gregory rated it liked it. A very solid three, just shy of a four, and easily the best thing she has written in the series in some time. It was an interesting story about a time alluded to in some of the other books and short stories about the time the Terran Empire rediscovers the lost Terran colony thousands of years after its founding, a time when the natives no longer remember their Terran origins. Nice to have that gap filled in. Sep 05, Jimmy rated it liked it Shelves: science-fiction-fantasy , fantasy-science-fiction.
When a long lost Darkover colony is discovered, a group of scientists quickly assemble to take the colonists the latest in technological hardware and supplies. Only when they arrive, they discover that in the intervening centuries since the colony was established, it has degenerated into a feudal patriarchy, the polar opposite of the rest of the empire. Jun 03, Lucy Takeda rated it really liked it. This is one of the most logical Darkover novels I have read.http://ns1.rootguards.com/export-now-five-keys-to.php
Rediscovery: Darkover, Book 11 (Unabridged)
It covers Terrans reconnecting with the Darkover colony. There are telepathy, folk who refuse to believe in telepathy, numerous cultural conflicts, and exposure to Ghost Winds. Again, pride is presented as a major downfall for several characters. Jul 04, Chris rated it really liked it Shelves: science-fiction.
Like Ann McCaffrey's Pern novels, the Darkover series walks the line between fantasy and science fiction. I read this book because it is written more from the science fiction perspective, which is what I liked about it. Feb 21, Kathleen Cobcroft rated it it was ok Shelves: fantasy , science-fiction. A fairly dull bit of back-filling which lacks most of what I enjoy in the better Darkover novels.
I think it's an important one to read for completeness sake, though, and still better than the posthumous books.
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Aug 27, Ellen Bard rated it liked it. I have enjoyed the Darkover series for a long time, and had missed this one, but it felt a bit like half a story rather than a full novel. Some great ideas, but not quite followed through, or rather, picked up in other books later.