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Dragon's time

Dragon's time

McCaffrey, Anne; McCaffrey, Todd, 1956-; Durante, Emily

Although Lorana cured the dragons' sickness, so many died from the disease that there are no longer enough dragons to fight the deadly Thread, and more dragons and their riders die each Threadfall. With their numbers dwindling, Lorana made the decision to fly forward in time in a desperate bid to bring dragons from the future

CD, CD, Audiobook. English. Fantasy fiction. Audiobooks. Fantasy.
Published Grand Haven, Mich.: Brilliance Audio, 2011

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Statement of responsibility: by Anne McCaffrey & Todd McCaffrey
Distributor: Leicester: Ulverscroft [distributor], 2011
ISBN: 1455846082, 9781455846085
Note: Compact discs.
Performers: Read by Emily Durante.
Physical Description: 10 sound discs : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
Publisher Number: Ulverscroft Brilliance Audio
Subject: Talking Book; Pern (Imaginary place) Fiction.; Dragons Fiction.


Even though Lorana cured the plague that was killing the dragons of Pern, sacrificing her queen dragon in the process, the effects of the disease were so devastating that there are no longer enough dragons available to fight the fall of deadly Thread. And as the situation grows more dire, a pregnant Lorana decides that she must take drastic steps in the quest for help. Meanwhile, back at Telgar Weyr, Weyrwoman Fiona, herself pregnant, and the harper Kindan must somehow keep morale from fading altogether in the face of the steadily mounting losses of dragons and their riders. But time weighs heavily against them - until Lorana finds a way to use time itself in their favor. It's a plan fraught with risk, however. For attempting time travel means tampering with the natural laws of the universe, which could drastically alter history - and destiny - forever. Or so it has always been thought. But Lorana discovers that if the laws of time can't be broken without consequences, it may still be possible to bend them. To ensure the future of Pern, she's willing to take the fateful chance - even if it demands another, even greater, sacrifice.