Dragondrums (The Dragon Books) Paperback – 1 Mar 1982
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Of all the young singers at the Harperhall of Pern, Piemur was the one chosen for the leading role at Lord Groghe's Gather...and then his voice broke. Suddenly his whole future at Harperhall became uncertain. But Masterharper Robinton, Menolly and Sebell had other plans for Piemur. They were sure that his quick wits and discretion could be used to keep a check on the troublesome Oldtimers and their strange traffic in fire lizards. So, whilst serving as a messanger-drum apprentice, Piemur carried out special errands for the three. And it was on one such errand that he realized his wildest dreams.
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While listening in the hood of a dying lord he steals a queen egg and is accidentally transported to the southern continent. Anne Mccaffry is backtracking in time from the previous two books and filling in some gaps for us from another characters point of view.
Introducing more characters and some of the political machinations of Pern the story has a strong, and for me more interesting, narrative. The characters and story, even if sometimes simplistically naive, are well observed and interesting.
I realise that I may not be the ideal demographic for reading this book but would recommend it to all those interested in this genre or a good old fashioned tale
Using a kindle I can reed in bed and have no light on. So I can read as long as I like.
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