Re: McKinley: dragons

From: ShanChan <>
Date: Mon Jun 08 1998 - 08:42:53 PDT

I haven't read any of those except the Harper Hall, but I really like
McCaffrey's books, although sometimes she lets plot holes into her stories
and the writing is sometimes questionable.. The Harper Hall Trilogy are
really great, I was always in love with Robinton...

Does anyone on this list have aspirations to authorhood? One of my goals
it to get a story published, actually have one close to ready to send
off.. Anyone else here?

It's all ketchup:

"If it were only my life, and that would stop it- I have
sometimes offered it, not happily, for less. But it is not
only my life, and you have not asked, but taken." -Captain Kirk

"Presto! A little white bunny." -Mitch Peleggi

"My apathy is palpable at this moment." -Tom Servo

"We're a pacifist race. We only kill out of personal spite." -Brain Guy

 On Fri, 5 Jun 1998 wrote:

> which series about dragons is best? anne mccaffrey's harper hall trilogy, jane yolen's dragonsblood/a sending of dragons, or susan fletcher's dragonsmilk?
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