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The Death of Sleep Desperate Circumstances Forced Lunzie Mespil, Healer A Combination Of Doctor And Psychiatrist To Abandon The Starship On Which She Was A Passenger Since She Made It To A Lifeboat, Lunzie Is Not Too Worried She Will Spend A Month Or Two In Cryogenic Stasis Awaiting Inevitable Rescue, And Then Proceed With Her Life Only It S Not A Month Or Two Lunzie Waits For Sixty Two Years Before She Is Finally Picked Up How Lunzie Deals With Being Reborn To A World She Never Made, A World That Has Grown Strangely Dark And Dangerous During Her Long Sleep, Is The Story Of The Death Of Sleep.


10 thoughts on “The Death of Sleep

  1. says:

    Very slow, I nearly gave up on it.


  2. says:

    Depending upon what way you look at it, this is either the first or the second book in the trilogy Either way it is well worth the read This was written back in the day when Anne McCaffrey was fostering new authors, and co authoring books with them Ah, the last glory days of Anne McCaffrey before the slide in quality she finally started to have in her writing At any rate, this is a great book typ...


  3. says:

    It was an interesting book, with some fascinating premises about space travel and it s impact on family and relationships, but I never liked the main character, Lunzie The first half of the book was spent searching for family which she ended up despising, then the second half of the book was about mutiny and space pirates where she went back into cold sleep again as a solution Throwing Lunzie into situations that could only be escaped by sleeping made for a rather dull adventure In the end, n It was an interesting book, with some fascinating premises about space travel and it s impact on family and relationships, but...


  4. says:

    The Death of Sleep by Anne McCaffrey and Jody Lynn Nye is the second book in the Planet Pirates series set in the Ireta Universe The main character in this book is Lunzie Mespila medic who is mentioned in each of the previous three books in this universe This book deals with the backstory which occurs before the events which are detailed in Dinosaur Planet The story begins as Lunzie takes a job as a doctor on a asteroid mining platform leaving her daughter behind However the ship has an acci The Death of Sleep by Anne McCaffrey and Jody Lynn Nye is the second book in the Planet Pirates series set in the Ireta Universe The main character in this book is Lunzie Mespila medic who is mentioned in each of the previous three books in this universe This book deals with the backstory which occurs before the events which are detailed in Dinosaur Planet The story begins as Lunzie takes a job as a doctor on a asteroid mining platform leaving her daughter behind However the ship has an accident and she is left in cold sleep for sixty two years The main theme of the story is the way that in many ways the fact that she leaves society for such large time periods it is like everything which she connects to dies and she must constantly find herself adopting to new worlds and fin...


  5. says:

    This book started with an interesting premise, but it all went downhill from there The woman gets stranded in time several times due to cold sleep malfunction, which is so extremely unlikely that is sticks out as the mere plot point that it is Secondly, the story fails to deliver audience expectation that is, does she get reunited with her daughter At first we see she ll do whatever it takes to find her, then halfway through the book she inexplicably gives up After that the novel makes no This book started with an interesting premise, but it all went downhill from there The woman gets stranded in time several times due to cold sleep malfunction, which is so extremely unl...


  6. says:

    A surprisingly slow moving prequel to the action story Sassinak The Death of Sleep tells the story of the background of the character Lunzie who appears at the conclusion of the previously published Sassinak and costars in its sequel, Generation Warriors Unfortunately, Lunzie turns o...


  7. says:

    An immensely silly book, in my opinion I got halfway through it and realized I d read it before The main character goes into cold sleep, wakes up, goes back, wakes up has some mildly interesting implications, but mostly just pedestrian science fiction.


  8. says:

    Will Lunzie ever catch a break If it s not one thing, it s another And whenever she finds a little bit of happiness, the rug gets pulled out from under her This books ends with a major cliffhanger.


  9. says:

    Not as good as I remember I much prefer this from the point of view offers in Dinisaur planet Likeable Lunzie doesn t gain anything from this in depth character study except a deeper reflection of her meeting with sass.


  10. says:

    Lousy and with a cliffhanger.


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