Freedom's landing

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Putnam, May 24, 1995 - Fiction - 342 pages
64 Reviews
A human slave to the overlords of the Catteni race, Kristin Bjornsen is forced to participate in colonization attempts on a newly discovered planet and is surprised to learn that one of her fellow colonists is a man from her past.

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Great beginning, so so ending. - Goodreads
Not Pern. Very intriguing premise. - Goodreads
It was diverting and easy to read on my phone. - Goodreads
McCaffrey was my introduction to science fiction. - Goodreads
I like the plot and the characters. - Goodreads

Review: Freedom's Landing (Catteni #1)

User Review  - Bekki Fahrer - Goodreads

I suspect my meh attitude towards this book has less to do with the story than the audio book narrator, but it wasn't that gripping. Read full review

Review: Freedom's Landing (Catteni #1)

User Review  - Trixie - Goodreads

Sci-fi deliciousness. Many aliens, forced survival on a planet, and rebellion. Yay! Like Star Trek except the humans were kidnapped instead of developing FTL technology on their own. Read full review


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