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by Susie Breck,Dick Hill,Anne McCaffrey

eBook Freedom's Challenge (Freedom Series) download ISBN: 1441840311
Author: Susie Breck,Dick Hill,Anne McCaffrey
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (July 6, 2010)
Language: English
ePub: 1321 kb
Fb2: 1651 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Pseudoscience
Subcategory: Science Fiction

Freedom's Challenge has been added to your Cart. Just rediscover Anne McCaffrey after many many years. I read the Dragon Rider series as a young and was looking for something different to read and found the Freedom's Landing series.

Freedom's Challenge has been added to your Cart. As an adult it was just as good as the Dragon Rider series. Was well written storyline was interesting and fun and I highly recommend it.

Freedom's Ransom, Anne McCaffrey. p. cm. "An Ace/Putnam book. In this fourth of the Catteni/Freedom series, I required more knowledge of dentistry than my experience or memory could give me. ISBN 0-399-14889-2 (acid-free paper) 1. Space colonies-Fiction. Dr. Les Latner, DMS, Los Angeles, and A. M. Price, DMD, were generous with their help in answering my somewhat rambling re-quests for information. Thanks to my loyal friend, Lea Day, I was put in touch with Tony Diorio of Dariene Coffee, Babylon, New York, who gave me infor-mation about the transport of coffee beans from their various loca-tions and how it is handled.

Written by Anne McCaffrey. As the Eosi overlords continue to drop captives on Botany, the colonists learn that there are freedom fighters on every captured world, and Earth is full of pockets of resistance. There are even rebels among the warlike Catteni. Narrated by Dick Hill and Susie Breck. Now the colonists have the technology they need to go back to war with the deadly Eosi-with a surprise strike at the enslaved planet Earth itself!

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Narrated by Susie Breck. Kris Bjornsen has come a long way since alien slave ships scooped her up in Denver with thousands of others. Dropped off on an ap.

Written by Anne McCaffrey, Audiobook narrated by Susie Breck, Dick Hill. Freedom Series, Book 1. By: Anne McCaffrey. Narrated by: Susie Breck. Length: 10 hrs and 25 mins. Where does Freedom's Challenge rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far? I particularly like Anne McCaffrey books and this is as good as her Pern series. I think she could have gone on and added to this series. What was one of the most memorable moments of Freedom's Challenge? None in particular.

Soft Focus(Dick Hill/Susie Breck; Laura Grafton; Russell Byers)Elizabeth Cabot is all business. She knows how to maximize her investments and cut her losses - in both her career and her personal life. So when she discovers that Jack Fairfax has deceived h. Anne McCaffrey Pern Collection: Dragonseye, the Masterharper of Pern, the Skies of Pern (Pern 15, 16). by Anne McCaffrey · Dick Hill.

Freedom's Challenge by Anne McCaffreyAbandoned on the planet Botany by their . McCaffrey excels as a storyteller and as a creator of worlds.

Freedom's Challenge by Anne McCaffreyAbandoned on the planet Botany by their Catteni masters, a group of humans and other enslaved races now seeks to reclaim their worlds for themselves. Despite an occasional lapse in suspense, her latest novel provides a satisfying culmination to a saga of desperate courage and the desire for freedom.

Kris Bjornsen has come a long way since alien slave ships scooped her up in Denver with thousands of others. Dropped off on an apparently uninhabited world with the rest, she has fallen in love with Zainal, a renegade Catteni, and made a comfortable life for herself and her new family. But she feels a soldier's duty to escape Botany and rejoin the struggle for freedom.

As the Eosi overlords continue to drop captives on Botany, the colonists learn that there are freedom fighters on every captured world, and Earth is full of pockets of resistance. There are even rebels among the warlike Catteni. Now the colonists have the technology they need to go back to war with the deadly Eosi—with a surprise strike at the enslaved planet Earth itself!

Comments: (7)
Yggfyn
4.5

*Book source ~ Home library

The dropped survivors on Botany have come a long way from those first days when they had virtually nothing. They are living very well with many comforts of home and they are at the brink of ending the Eosi domination of several species and many planets and Kris Bjornson and Zainal are at the center of things. Making a good life on Botany isn't enough for Zainal though. He intends to destroy the Eosi for enslaving his people for two thousand years and for enslaving other worlds as well. However, the final piece of the plan will only work at great sacrifice to himself. Will his plan work and, more importantly, will he survive it?

Once again I'm plunged into the fight for survival, the fight to free Earth, Botany and many other planets and how everyone works together for the greater good of the community. It's an awesome ride. All of the pieces of the puzzle come together and if they do so a little too neatly I'm not going to argue. I love this series and I love watching how everyone handles their part of the Great Plan despite overwhelming odds. A fast-flowing plot, great writing and wonderful characters keep me engaged from beginning to end. Anne McCaffrey always has so much going on and yet manages to keep the books to a reasonable length. There's just no way to summarize her stories without going on and on about everything that's happening. All I can say is this; open to the first page and hang onto your britches. It's going to be a wild ride.
Rayli
GREAT transaction. Prompt service and book is in Excellent condition.

This is another Great book by Anne McCaffrey. I've read the other reviews where people complained about the "Freedoms" books and what I've read was people whining and crying about this and that. Come on people!!! Get real!!! This is a Science Fiction book. Read it for what it is, ... not for what YOU want. If you want a long and boring book read War and Peace, or how about a psychology book on the social structure of the aborigines in the Australian outback.

Anne McCaffrey is a Great writer. She has the ability to actually take you into the stories. If you close your eyes you can easily visualize the location and characters. If the characters in her books don't act or respond the way "You" want them to then to, then write your own book. This way you can make your characters do what "You" want. Who knows, maybe you can get published and sell millions of books.

If you're going to continue to read Anne's books then read them for what they are, ... Great entertainment!, and a Great way to relax and escape for a while.
Whilingudw
This review is strictly for the audio books as most people will read the books first and then buy the audio book as a supplement. I first bought the Freedom series on cassette tapes (yes, I AM that old) and just fell in love with the acting of the two performers; Susie Breck and Dick Hill. They are just absolutely stunning with their vocal talents and help bring Anne McCaffrey's stories to brilliant life. I love audio books. They help pass the time when travelling long-distance in my car, make the walk with the dog not so boring, and help me survive traffic without resorting to road-rage.

As anyone who has ever read an Ann McCaffrey story knows, she is just brilliant in bringing her fantasy worlds to life; so much so, that you have to keep reminding yourself that there are no such things as Catteni, Earth has never been attacked by aliens, and (for the Pern series) that there are NO dragons. She has a true gift with her different worlds she creates and it makes each book pure escapism.

Susie Breck and Dick Hill have truly ruined me on just one actor taking on numerous characters. They each have such distinct voices for each character, that you don't need the "Zainal said," and "Kris said," to clarify. They help bring the words they perform to vivid life and you just get lost in the story and forget you're being "read" too.

If you have any doubts about any book performed by these two actors, don't hesitate. They help the super talent author bring her stories to life.
interactive man
Just rediscover Anne McCaffrey after many many years. I read the Dragon Rider series as a young and was looking for something different to read and found the Freedom's Landing series. As an adult it was just as good as the Dragon Rider series. Was well written storyline was interesting and fun and I highly recommend it. Good read nice suspense I wouldn't want to living on botany myself
Quellik
Anne McCaffrey is one of those rare authors who couldn't write a bad story if she tried. She continues that tradition with this wrap up book of the Freedom series, excerpt now I understand there is a fourth book. I can't wait to find it and see how she continues the story.
Wiliniett
The completion of a story line that actually completed in the first book. No surprises, nothing one would expect of Anne McCaffery...just plodding to an end visible from the second page.
This whole story began as a Novella in Galaxy magazine (classic pulp) and while new there, completed as a concept in the Novella.
Everything since is an addition similar to racing slicks and a spoiler on a Fiat 500. If you enjoy classic Anne McCaffery, you will be entertained by this series but don't expect anything surprising or new. It just isn't there.
Dorizius
I have loved this series for years and just began reading it again. I was glad to see Anne McCaffrey on eBooks, as I no longer have many paper books on hand in my little home. I love pioneer stories whether past, present or future and the stories of Kris and her Catteni mate never fail to deliver excitement, adventure and life lessons. You can't miss with an Anne McCaffrey story.