Nimisha's Ship (Coelura Series #2)

Nimisha's Ship (Coelura Series #2)

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Nimisha's Ship (Coelura Series #2) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Anonymous 12 days ago
One of those books that is so hard to put down. Now that I’ve finished it, it’s back to reality. Too bad there isn’t a sequel.
Anonymous 3 months ago
It’s always nice to read a sy-fi book that is exactly that. A book and not a damn 10 book opera.
Anonymous 3 months ago
A great read especially for adolescents Bingaux
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I never get tired of rereading this story of exploration and self discovery.
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TheGranddaddy More than 1 year ago
Anne McCaffrey is the best in science fiction writing. It is sad she has left us and cannot pen any further great novels. Nimisha's Ship will keep you on the edge of your seat the whole time with how the story presents itself. The interaction of Nimisha and the AI's will keep you wondering what is next. I have read this book through twice now and plan on reading it several times more. Every time I do read it, something new will invariably show up and make the whole story anew.I would have liked having a follow-up book about the continuing story.
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Marilyn40 More than 1 year ago
Her characters are always well rounded and enjoyaable to know. This is very different from her DragonRider's books but still a great story. What a great imagination she has. I would recommend this book to anyone who is into reading books about science fiction and science fiction fantesy. This is a story of a woman who starts out in one class of people and shows what can be done if you learn and grow and always work toward doing what is important to you while having a lot of fun doing it. It also is a book where if you work at what you want to be in life you can and background or money is not as important as your doing it, yet it does not come across that way while you are reading it. It is just a great read.
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Being an avid fantasy reader, I thought I'd give Anne McCaffrey's Pern series a try. I was disappointed to find, however, that most of the newly acquired series had already been checked out at the library, so instead I borrowed Nimisha's Ship, having heard such high praise about the author. The novel was, to say the least, a bit of an eye-opener. First, I was overwhelmed by the terms McCaffrey used that I was unfamiliar with, but gradually it became easier to understand. Second, I was surprised at the lack of emotion displayed in the book. I thought there could, and perhaps should, have been more depth to the scenes of Nimisha dealing with her father's death. It took me 3 days to plow through the first half of the novel. I found it hard to be absorbed, or even interested, in the characters. The second half of the novel was a much easier read. There was a great deal more emotion here than in the first half (ie: Nimisha and Cuiva's reunion). It was also more interesting, reading how the First Families of Erehwon worked with the alien Sh'im to produce what surely must be the beginnings of a foundation of life on the new colony. However, I found myself still surprised occasionally at the relationships between parent and children. Tim regards his parents more as friends, and all four of the adults in his life act as his guardians. Perhaps it is normal in this future society to regard offspring as a mere necessity rather than blood and bone family, but it does take some getting used to.