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.
it misses alot of the book skips lot of sentences and paragraphs.
messed up a very good book from missed words.
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.
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.
I love the book and the series. I would have given 5 stars if it were unabridged.
The second encounter with crystal singer Killashandra Ree is as satisfying as your first. Well written and fast paced you are swept along with the story. A good read.
An unabridged version of the story. The original link I used did not make clear this was an abridged version of the story I read and loved so many years ago. Important details were omitted.
Definitely, but only complete texts.
Yes, there was nothing wrong with her performance.
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
"At least as good as it's prequel."
Entertaining story telling and I felt the narrator did it justice. A favourite revisited, thanks to Audible.
"abridged-takes away the depth"
I love this book and read it over and over. I was looking forward to hearing it. So so sad that it has been abridged. it has taken away all depth and feeling from the story 😣
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