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Pegasus in Space follows directly, with mayhem and mutiny, at the opening of a manned space station, which Peter and talented friends helped build. Further hassles ensue during his training for space haulage work: obstructive bureaucrats, crooked suppliers, murder attempts, and skillful sabotage. McCaffrey specializes in feel-good adventure SF, full of romance, warm friendships, and hearty meals. Somehow her villains never quite convince, though, and their evil deeds are so rapidly annulled that the story rarely builds up much suspense. Meanwhile, the orphan girl Amiriyah who's adopted into Peter's family has a mysterious, subtle talent of her own, one that we soon guess will change his life. Our young hero's ambitions foreshadow later far-future books in the series (beginning with The Rowan) in which "kinetics" hurl cargo across huge interstellar gulfs. While most people think his talent needs careful conservation, Peter has already teleported supplies to the moon and has secret plans for Mars, the asteroids, and the moons of Jupiter. It all makes for an agreeable, lightweight read. --David Langford, Amazon.co.uk --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
this book came out the same time as the skies of pern and i felt that they were both rushed jobs. Pegasus in Space does close the Pegasus series and gives u the bridge to the... Read morePublished on April 13 2002 by "ssjslick"
This book follows streaght on from the events in Pegasus in Flight. This book follows Peter Reidinger as his Talent strengthens and he and Johnny Green decided to set up... Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2002 by Michelle Davis
It had been a long time since I read the other "Pegasus" books, so I was happy to see that the story continues. Read morePublished on Sept. 9 2001
This is the weakest of the Pegasus/Talent series books. The whole book feels rushed to tie off the series, the villians are shallow and the plot weak. Read morePublished on May 9 2001 by Teresa L. Roberts
I loved "Pegasus in Flight," liked some of "To Ride Pegasus," and liked "Pegasus in Space" simply because it offered conclusions to the stories begun... Read morePublished on April 29 2001 by Tess
anne mccaffery has never dissapointed and never will. The plot was buit up wonderfully from pegasus in flight, and the main characters rise to suscces will leave the reader craving... Read morePublished on Dec 18 2000 by Mierin Eronail
I'm afraid I found the book nothing but a potboiler. I re-read Pegasus in Flight once I'd finished it to see if it was my appreciation of Anne McCaffrey's books which had changed... Read morePublished on Dec 17 2000