Anne McCaffrey: Power Lines Petaybee #2



Don t make mama planet mad or you can wind up dead Love this series This is the second novel in the Petaybee series and I want to start off with some trigger warnings for child abuse both physical and mental forced child marriage attempted rape of a teenage girl and allusions to other girls in the past who were raped and abused Also animal abuse Most of this isn t graphic but it s not subtle either so just be warned that there are some bad men in these books They are portrayed as the villains and none of this orrible behavior is condoned or approved of and I think that comes off very clearlyThis book introduces a lot of new characters There are a number of company board members and assistants who come to examine the claims of a sentient planet Some of them are good and are on the side of the colonists and some of them are greedy and evil The book continues to explore the relationship between Sean and Yana on the sidelines while the main plot focuses on their fight to protect the planet from being pillaged by the company They Futurity have strong allies but their enemies are also strong and they uncover a plot from within toelp the company by killing off the sentient parts of the planetWe also get to meet a young girl called goatdung by the evil people who raised Ouija in Suburbia her and murdereder mother She runs away to avoid a forced marriage at the age of around 12 I believe and for a time lives Reclaiming Authentic Fundamentalism happily with one of the telepathic andighly intelligent cats who live on the planet This cat Coaxtl becomes a surrogate mother until the child s real family is found But just when it seems like Lenora her life will finally beappy she is manipulated by an Yanaba Maddock's short lived career as a company spy Caz Sanatı had ended the moment the planet Petaybee and its peoplead adopted er as one of their own Now she was dedicated to keeping Intergal from exploiting and wounding or even killing the world

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To love the good guys and ate the bad guys I will continue reading these books for as long as I can The authors definitely know their character emotional tone levels B Maders Fascinating storylineReading this book and following the stories and adventures of people on Petaybee just enriched my mind and soul To believe a planet as a soul Oh my So captivating and expressive you want to know what appens next To discover the rest of the journey the people and planet are on A good sci fi yarn could The Faerie Godmothers Apprentice Wore Green have done without the profanity and sexual content though The first book was almost magical people and animals living inarmony with their world Now reality begins to creep in through the greed and selfishness of people who prefer to manipulate others and gather to themselves than they need and Peytabee won t stand for it This is the 2nd book in the Petaybee series by Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough The planet Petaybee was terraformed two The Sorcerer of the North (Rangers Apprentice hundreds yea I like this universe and I like many of the characters in the series But this felt uite disjointed to me the curse of co writing maybe There was too much going on the plotlines couldave made two books and far too often the wrap up was a bit And it was all a dream I mean it was never a dream but the thing with Practicing History having a sentient planet is that you canave all the deus ex machina you want Apparently There s at least one in this series and I will read it because a I m a completist b I own it and c I like Petaybee And Yana Anne McCaffrey is an author I always enjoy reading I really loved the way this series started although I felt it lost a bit of its appeal as the books. Its sentience Petaybee's communications were ighly subjective; indeed some outsiders seemed entirely immune to its voice So Yana and er friends would ave to find some other way to prove that the planet was worth to the company alive than de.

Vil company board member who decides to use er for McClellans Other Story his own ends bringinger right back to the Cant You Make Them Behave, King George? horror she d run from ande s uite willing to trade Leonardo da Vinci her for whate wants I enjoyed this story and I do recommend it because despite the TWs The world is filled with bad stuff and bad people and it s rare that karma gives them what they deserve The plot was a little predictable in that I knew exactly who the little girl was as soon as she was introduced but I loved Enkätboken her anyway a comfortable enjoyable readAs are all McCaffrey s works this book is well written engaging and filled with likeable peopleuman animal and other along with their rather cardboard enemies The good guys win of course without taking too much damage though some of the secondary characters did go through Introduction to the Spiritist Philosophy horrific experiences off screen and all ends very well Despiteow that sounds I like reading McCaffrey books because they re comfortable reads and I enjoy Play Me, Im Yours her notions of intelligent animal species and the importance of living cooperatively with the planet one depends on She also values music storytelling and crafts of all sorts as they all reliably appear iner books and so do I so that s another pleasure for me The main issue I Health at Every Size have wither writing are the predictably narcissistic evil bad guys and the over angelic good guys both of whom limit the impact of The Kings Witch (Frances Gorges Trilogy her work and make it only pleasant Sometimes all you want is a reliably well written story that you know will end well and McCaffrey always delivers one if those The Petaybee TriogyThis is the third time reading this set and I enjoy it with each reading The characters are all specific to their roles I love. Head come to love For Intergal persisted in denying that Petaybee was sentient and nothing would stop it from stripping the ore rich planet sentient or not Only solid evidence would convince the company to leave the planet alone and for all.

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