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There are dragons all over Anne McCaffrey's house. Some she's bought, but many have been made for her by adoring fans and given to her as gifts. I don't make dragons, of course. But whenever circumstances allow, I do try to bring her American bacon, something she can't get easily in Ireland, and something which she has taught all her friends there to love, as well! I remember the first time I went to visit her, when she was still living in her old, much smaller but very homey, house. My husband and I arrived at the doorstep, and she immediately began bustling about, frying up some of the bacon we'd brought and sharing a lovely late breakfast with us before sending us off to the hotel for a nap. She made us dinner that night, too--the one and only time in my life that I've actually liked shrimp cocktail. Maybe that's because if you squint your eyes and look sideways, shrimp are kind of dragonlike, and I was eating them in the right company!
--Shelly Shapiro, Executive Editor --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
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This is a good book excellent story. Condition? not very good.Published 11 months ago by J. A. Watt
When I finished this book I cried. I cried because it was finished. I was going to miss the white dragon, Ruth and his rider Jaxsom. Read morePublished on Feb. 27 2011 by Amazon Customer
This story introduces two new fabulous characters, Lord jaxom and his dragon Ruth. This is truly a great book, and it's interesting storyline and great writing, as well as the bond... Read morePublished on Sept. 9 2006 by YancysMom
The worst of the 3 books. Jaxom is spoiled and extremely trampy when it comes to being with women. McCaffrey seems to hint that Jaxom will be with Menolly at the end, and in the... Read morePublished on Jan. 3 2004
This is the first Anne Mc Caffrey book I read. I found it very confusing with turns = years and Weyr = a home for dragons and their riders and other terms. Read morePublished on Aug. 8 2003 by Miriam