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Dragonsinger: Harper Of Pern par [McCaffrey, Anne]
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When Menolly, daughter of Yanus Sea Holder, arrived at the Harper Craft Hall, she came in style, aboard a huge bronze dragon, followed by her nine fire lizards. The Masterharper of Pern, aware of her unique skills, had chosen her as his only girl apprentice. But the holdless girl had first to overcome many heartaches in this strange new life. Two things sustained her — her devoted lizards, a subject on which she was fitted to instruct her Masters — and the music... music of compelling beauty, music-making where at last she was accepted. In the Great Hall, Menolly could fulfil her destiny.

Anne McCaffrey was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She graduated cum laude from Radcliffe College, majoring in Slavonic Languages and Literatures. A prolific bestselling author, she is best known for her handling of broad themes and the worlds of her imagination, particularly in her tales of the Talents and the novels about the Dragonriders of Pern. Anne McCaffrey lives in a house of her own design, Dragonhold-Underhill, in County Wicklow, Ireland.

Visit the author's website at www.annemccaffrey.net

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When Menolly, daughter of Yanus Sea Holder, arrived at the Harper Craft Hall, she came in style, aboard a huge bronze dragon, and followed by her nine fire lizards. The Masterharper of Pern, aware of her unique skills, had chosen her as his only girl apprentice. But the holdless girl had first to overcome many heartaches in this strange new life. Two things sustained her - her devoted lizards, a subject on which she was fitted to instruct her Masters - and the music...music of compelling beauty, music-making where at last she was accepted. In the Great Hall, Menolly could fulfil her destiny.

DRAGONSINGER: HARPER OF PERN is another spellbinding story in Anne McCaffrey's world-famous Chronicles of Pern.


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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 291 pages
  • Editeur : Transworld Digital; Édition : New Ed (31 juillet 2012)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B008FY4EL4
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Menolly finds a life of happiness in the Harper Hall of Pern 16 novembre 2001
Par Lawrance Bernabo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Interesting to find out "Dragonsinger" is the fourth book in Anne McCaffrey's Pern series because I have always thought of it as the middle volume in the Harper Hall of Pern trilogy. In "Dragonsong" we met Menolly, my favorite character in the entire Pern universe. A musical prodigy who has been forbidden by her stern father to sing or play music, Menolly runs away and ends up impressing a clutch of nine fire lizards. But Masterharper Robinton has been searching high and low for her and having found her, brings Menolly to the Harper Hall. In "Dragonsinger" Menolly begins to learn her craft as an apprentice. The Harper Hall is not sure what to make of the island girl and her singing fire lizards, but Menolly is equally astounded by her new world. Menolly is one of the most enchanting heroines in fiction, mainly because the girl has not a clue in the world that she is so talented. After just about every test she is convinced she has failed, convinced that her only friend in the world is Piemur, another one of the young apprentices, and amazed that Robinton takes any interest in her at all. But it is Menolly's encounters with the other Masters, especially Jerint the instrument maker and Domick the composer, that stand out in this tale. Oh, and there is also Journeyman Sebell, who has also taken a special interest in her. "Dragonsinger" is a fitting conclusion to the story begun in "Dragonsong," and since the "next" volume in the trilogy, "Dragondrums," really focuses more on Piemur, this is really the climax to the story of Menolly. McCaffrey's conclusion is extremely satisfying and my only serious complaint about the Pern series after "Dragonsinger" is that Menolly has been reduced to a minor supporting character. One of the nice things about these books is that they are fairly self-contained, you do not have to read all the Pern books in order for them to make sense. I would think young girls who love music would especially enjoy reading these novels.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of My All Time Favorites! 5 mai 2003
Par Silmarwen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Dragonsinger is the second book in the Harper Hall Trilogy and is the sequel to Dragonsong. It starts right after the previous book ends, with Menolly arriving in Harper Hall a-dragonback. There she begins her musical education with the masters of music. Menolly always thought that harpers would be different and that she would fit in among them, but she finds that people are the same wherever you go. All of the other girls are jealous of her musical talents and do not want her living in their cottage. The boys insist that she has no place with them and her nine fire lizards make her stand out even more. Still, she is Masterharper Robinton's special apprentice and he seems to believe in her and to love her new songs. As Menolly struggles to find her place among the harpers of Pern she will discover much about herself, as well as the remarkable secrets about fire lizards and eventually find an honored place among the Harpers of Pern.
Even though I have enjoyed all of McCaffrey's books, the Harper Hall trilogy has always been my favorite. I first read this book when I was in junior high school and simply loved it. I have read my copy time and time again. McCaffrey has a nice, smooth writing style with great descriptions so readers will have no trouble visualizing the life on Pern. She also does a nice job of throwing in little recaps so that those who have not read Dragonflight and Dragonquest can still understand what is going on. I simply loved the world of the Harpers and think that any reader of fantasy will enjoy this enchanting series.
18 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Cheezy as it sounds..a lifechanging novel of me. 25 décembre 1997
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I first read this book in the early 1980s when I found it in my elementary school library. This was the only time I have ever been justified by judging a book on it's cover! I devoured the whole series by the age of 12, and though I enjoyed all the books, this one stands as my all time favorite. There is real emotional depth in McCaffery's characters. Unlike a lot of fantasy and SF novels you can really relate to all her characters. Menolly in particular is as "real " a person as you can get in fiction. Her isolation and depression as a result of her neglect are all too common among young women everywhere. It is not fiction that girls are passed by in favor of men still. Her eventual rise out of her depression and acceptance of her own talent was encouraging to me as a creatively stifled young artist. When I had no Petiron or Robinton in my life it gave me hope. It has always been my favorite novel. I strongly recommened it. I am reading it again right now!!
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Love the classic story. Hate the Kindle errors. 5 décembre 2015
Par Lisa M. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The low rating is for the Kindle format only. The e-book version of this book is riddled with errors, so much so that it ruins the reading experience. Whoever produced this for Kindle should be ashamed of themselves. I’d like my money back.

I purchased the Kindle versions of both Dragonsong and Dragonsinger because I love these classic stories, and also because, sadly, my 1978 Bantam paperbacks (with exquisite cover artwork by Elizabeth Malczynski) are beginning to fall apart. I’ve noticed that other e-books I’ve purchased tend to contain more errors than print versions, but this e-book publication of Dragonsinger is ridiculous, with missing words, missing text, missing italic emphasis on words (missing italics also a problem with Dragonsong), misspelled words and names, random commas and periods, etc., etc. I’m guessing someone scanned the printed text and used a word-recognition program on this, and then never bothered to proofread or compare the result with the original text.

Spend the money and get a decent proofreader, Kindle. I’m so disgusted with this “publication” that I doubt I’ll take the chance on any more of these.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Best "Boarding School" Book I've Read! 16 août 2001
Par Connor Shivers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
This book was fantastic! It has the best qualities of a science fiction book, and it has nothing that one could argue with reasonably. The plot is this: Menolly, a young girl, has at last been recognized as a wonderful musician, and is sent immediately to the Harper Hall of Pern. There, she encounters all sorts of surprises, such as that the instrument she picks as the best of a roomful for herself was once the Masterharper's, or that there is so little everyone knows about fire lizards, intelligent flying reptiles of which Menolly has nine. She makes friends in Camo, a dimwitted kitchen assistant who loves her fire lizards, and Piemur, a fellow student. Over the time she spends at the Harper Hall, Menolly grows into a masterful musician, and earns the right to become a Journeyman. This book is good because there is no magic, so it won't offend any church. It has marvelous plot dexterity and, well, rhythm. I would recommend this book for searchers of books beyond Harry Potter, SF lovers, or anyone who enjoys a good read.
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