Thursday, July 4, 2013

Peagasus in Space by Anne McCaffrey

Peter Reidinger has "Talent" and that is a good thing. After having been injured he uses his powers of his mind to move his body which would otherwise confine him to a hospital room for the rest of his life.  Teleportation is still in the early stages of study but is being used to build and develop space stations to relieve the overcrowding or Earth.

This is a sci-fi novel but as with all good writing it deals with human nature good, bad, and ugly.  By using mental powers to communicate and transport the story is able to move along quickly without causing the reader to question the time-line.

Part of the Talents series which do not have to be read in order to enjoy.

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