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Freedom's Landing (Catteni, Bk 1)
Freedom's Landing - Catteni, Bk 1
Author: Anne McCaffrey
At last! An all-new epic Anne McCaffrey novel, set in an extraordinary new world... — Kristin Bjornsen was expecting a normal life, right up until the day the Catteni ships floated into view above the University of Denver. As the enormous door opened at the top of the ramp, and humans were herded into the maw of the vessel that made the "Que...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780399140624
ISBN-10: 039914062X
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 277
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Publisher: Putnam Adult
Book Type: Hardcover
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Great McCaffrey book. I had always been a fan of the Pern series (more fantasy than sci-fi), but couldn't really get into the more sci-fi (space-oriented) books of hers until this one. I will definitely continue this series!
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It is the near future and humanity has, after a valiant struggle, been overpowered in an invasion by a fierce warrior race known as the Catteni. These aliens have scouted out other Earth-like planets and come up a simple test to determine if they're fit for habitation: Maroon captured malcontents from conquered races there, and see if they manage to survive.

In a former life, Kris Bjornsen was an ordinary college student in Denver, but now she finds herself in a struggle for survival on a totally unknown world. Equally startling is the deep friendship she finds herself forming with an outlawed Catteni who's been dropped on the planet with humans who want to murder him simply for being of the same species as their oppressors. The only thing worse than being dropped with her fellow ersatz colonists on this place unimaginably far from home is the fact that they do not seem to be alone here. But in addition to the mysterious predators who snatch one's friends away in the night, some of the refugees themselves may be the worst enemies of our Heinlein-esque heroine, as a struggle unfolds to establish a fair and ordered society in the midst of danger and scarcity.