The exhilarating adventures of Anne McCaffrey's best selling Crystal Singer series continue with Killashandra, a story that mixes interplanetary political intrigue with passionate romance. In this installment, Killashandra Ree's crystal claim has been exhausted, forcing her to take a new assignment and leave her new lover back on their native Ballybran. She goes undercover on a distant, desolate planet, searching desperately for the crystal that will save her - and, quite possibly, the fate of the entire universe.
© Anne McCaffrey; (P) Dove Audio, Inc.
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it misses alot of the book skips lot of sentences and paragraphs.
messed up a very good book from missed words.
"Had it been unabridged, would have been 5 stars"
I love this series, so miss the full story from the audio version! The audio quality on book 2 of this audio series is luckily much better than the first!!
Not in its abridged form.
Have it re-recorded in an unabridged format
Character and flaver to the characters
Not Possible to have a follow-up book, the author has passed away.
"Good story but is abridged"
I like about anything by Anne McCaffrey and this is no exception.
This isn't about Adrienne's performance, which was quite good, but impacts the performance. The recording almost sounds like it was playing back through an old tinny AM radio.
All the characters are important.
Why is there no unabridged versions of the Crystal Singers books? Three hours touches the surface but there is so much more that is missing.
"Love the book, wish this were unabridged!"
I love the book and the series. I would have given 5 stars if it were unabridged.
"Dissappointing quality, but still a good read."
One of my favorite line of McCaffrey books, I was really looking forward to it, but the crackling of the sound quality is awful!
I love the continuing saga of Killashandra Ree that began with Crystal Singer. Her relationship with Lars Dahl is a great counterpoint to the drama of her ended relationship with Lanzecki. The narrator carried a perfect note for each character.
The audio is a slight bit scratchy but this was still great to hear... think I have played this one too many times to count
"Love the book. DON'T BUY THIS."
That it was abridged was a detail I was aware of and considered unfortunate when I bought it. But the narrator spoke so fast I had to turn it down to half speed and it was STILL too fast. It was abridged to less than half of the book. I love this book, and sometimes skip a few chapters as I'm rereading, to get to the good stuff. This was way worse. It cut out so much it wasn't even worth the time. I hated it.
Get the book. The audiobook is horrid.
The sound quality of the audio for the 1st and 3rd books was extremely poor compared to other audio books I heard from Audible. The second book's sound quality was only slightly better.
The narrator did not make the charcters distinctive enough to bring them alive in the narration. One particlar passage in book three where that author stated that the brain ship's voice was a full rich baritone was protrayed as tinney and distorted computer style voice that belongs in the 1960's.
I am a great fan of this series however I was very dissppointed in this purchase
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