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Nimisha's Ship by Anne McCaffrey

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AuthorAnne McCaffrey
TitleNimisha's Ship
Series
Volume0
Year1998
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by CienR@tiefighter.org
(Dec 28, 2000)

To tell true, i read the book as soon as it came into the library. I love her work and this book was no exception. Nimisha is such a strong person, but I like her daughter as well. Her dedication was a nice trait, and Caleb was also interesting. I don't always just look at the main characters. They all are people, and some of my favorites aren't the big ones, but the small ones. I would recommend this book to anyone and my McCaffrey books are the ones all my friends always want to borrow.


Submitted by D.L.Dawson
(Sep 16, 2000)

Very interesting.  The plot of this sci-fi novel is a bit like Farscape, but with a woman as the lost pilot.  I've never disliked anAnne McCaffrey novel, and this one is no exception.  I love the maincharacter of Nimisha; she's so strong minded, willful, and so very determined to succeed with her new space yacht prototype.  The fact that it went wrong was only a matter of time.  Nimisha's domineeringand eccentric mother is probably the star of the book.  I thought she was great!  Now how about a sequel?


Submitted by Emily Bruce
(Apr 05, 1998)

_Nimisha's Ship_ is a new McCaffrey book set in the same world as _The Coelura_. Although I thought it was all right, _The Coelura_ didn't fascinate me and make me want to read it over and over again, as most of her other books do. So I wasn't sure whether this book would be all that good. However, Anne McCaffrey has done it again, and _Nimisha's Ship_ is as good as it promised to be when I first picked it up in the bookstore. Luckily, because she's so popular, my library gets her books as soon as they come out, and I didn't have to wait for the paperback version. The story follows a woman (Nimisha) from her birth to her eventual success in a job not generally considered appropriate for someone of her standing. the characterization is, as always in her books, wonderful, and they seem to come alive on the page. I would reccomend this book to anyone who has enjoyed previous works by, in my opinion, one of the best writers in the field, Anne McCaffrey.




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