This is the third book in the Talents series, and it's supposed to make the connection between those books and the Rowan/Tower and Hive series. I liked the two previous talent books, and The Rowan, but I don't care much for the Tower and Hive follow-ups. Pegasus in Space is typical McCaffrey, and has that scattered-plot-too-many-characters problem that is prevelant in her more recent work. However, it was a satisfying escape for several hours.
This book was ok. I liked the one before it better. I think I got bored a few times during the book. Not a lot of excitement, just a lot of explainations. It did pick up toward the end and it got better. I think this book was another ground laying for the second part of this series.
Beth G. (begil) reviewed Pegasus in Space (Pegasus, Bk 3) on
I love Anne McCaffrey and this book lives up to my expectations. 'Course, this being the 3rd time I've read it, I knew it would! I enjoy the way she follows characters and developes their lives and personalities in her series. All characters grow in all her books, not just "their" book.
This is the third in a loosely related trilogy Saga of the Talents, which are supposedly all prequels to the Rowan series. All books in this trilogy can be read stand-alone, but there is some continuity between them.