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Catacombs (Tales of the Barque Cats, #2) Characters » 2 µ In Catalyst award winning authors Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough introduced readers to the beguiling Barue Cats spacefaring felines who serve aboard starships as full fledged members of the crew Highly evolved the cats share an almost telepathic bond withNt first to uarantine and then to kill all animals suspected of infection Pshaw Ra with the help of Chester Jubal and the crew of the starship Ranzo activates a “mousehole” in space that carries the refugees to a place of safety Pshaw Ra’s home planet of Mau where godlike cats are worshiped by human slaves  But Pshaw Ra’s actions are less noble than they appear The scheming cat plans to mate the Barue Cats with his own feline stock creating a hybrid race of superior cats a race destined to conuer the universe Yet right from the start his plans go awryFor one thing there’s a new ueen on Mau Pshaw Ra’s daughter Nefure a spoiled brat er cat with a temper as short as her attent. I am so glad I was able to pick this up from my local electronic library both the Kindle and the audio versions I'm also glad I was able to purchase and read the first book in this series It made this book easier to understand to know what happened before But I think it might've been understandable to read it without the first book and still get it Oh how I miss Anne McCaffreyMy favorite parts were the polydactyl cats who are proven to be the earliest space explorers landing in Egypt helping with the engineering of the pyramids etc With so many fingers and toes and trained to use them in the ways humans use their fingers they were able to do far than humans couldThis is my kind of space travel sci fi getting to know other planets at the creatures Getting to know the process of being in outer space for long periods of time Done the way only Anne McCaffrey couldIf you get the chance please read these two books they may seem silly on the surface but they are deeper than they seem

Catacombs Tales of the Barque Cats #2Nt first to uarantine and then to kill all animals suspected of infection Pshaw Ra with the help of Chester Jubal and the crew of the starship Ranzo activates a “mousehole” in space that carries the refugees to a place of safety Pshaw Ra’s home planet of Mau where godlike cats are worshiped by human slaves  But Pshaw Ra’s actions are less noble than they appear The scheming cat plans to mate the Barue Cats with his own feline stock creating a hybrid race of superior cats a race destined to conuer the universe Yet right from the start his plans go awryFor one thing there’s a new ueen on Mau Pshaw Ra’s daughter Nefure a spoiled brat er cat with a temper as short as her attent. I am so glad I was able to pick this up from my local electronic library both the Kindle and the audio versions I'm also glad I was able to purchase and read the first book in this series It made this book easier to understand to know what happened before But I think it might've been understandable to read it without the first book and still get it Oh how I miss Anne McCaffreyMy favorite parts were the polydactyl cats who are proven to be the earliest space explorers landing in Egypt helping with the engineering of the pyramids etc With so many fingers and toes and trained to use them in the ways humans use their fingers they were able to do far than humans couldThis is my kind of space travel sci fi getting to know other planets at the creatures Getting to know the process of being in outer space for long periods of time Done the way only Anne McCaffrey couldIf you get the chance please read these two books they may seem silly on the surface but they are deeper than they seem

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Catacombs (Tales of the Barque Cats, #2) ´ In Catalyst award winning authors Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough introduced readers to the beguiling Barue Cats spacefaring felines who serve aboard starships as full fledged members of the crew Highly evolved the cats share an almost telepathic bond with their minders or Cat Persons until suddenly there is no “almost” about it and a particular Barue Cat Chester learns to exchange thoughts with his human friend Jubal Other cats soon gain the same ability  Behind the seeming miracle is a mysterious cat named Pshaw Ra who possesses knowledge and technology far beyond anything the Barue Cats or their humans have ever seen When fear of a virulent plague leads the governme. Catacombs A Tale of the Barue Cats by Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth ScarboroughThis is apparently a story that is part of a larger series The protagonists are all cats with some sidebar humans This story returns the Barue Cats to their normal environment This book needs back story I felt like I had started on page 150 and had no way to get caught up The story really never caught my interest and I am truly fond of anthropomorphismThe cats see humans as some what dull servants which actually seem pretty much the way my cats always treated me I found that aspect uite believable I was disappointed overall as I could never get into the book Sad to say I found it shallow and I have many books by McCaffrey and Scarborough I am sure I have never characterized a book by either as shallowDie hard cat lovers will and probably should read the book but for the rest of the world it may not be their cup of catnip Summary Ó PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Anne McCaffrey

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Anne McCaffrey ☆ 2 Review Ion span Pshaw Ra’s other daughter the rightful ueen Renpet is exiled running for her life in the only direction available to her down into the vast catacombs beneath the Mauan desert Far from receiving the hero’s welcome he expected Pshaw Ra must use every bit of his considerable cleverness just to surviveMeanwhile as usual Chester and Jubal stumble right into the middle of things in the process uncovering the lost secrets of the Mauan civilization But that’s not all they uncover In the forgotten catacombs deep below the Mauan capital something has awakened Something as old as the universe Something that hungers to devour all light and life and that bears an undying hatred for ca. I read the first one then I read this one An OK story The writing seemed uneven I think I'll go back and re read some of McCaffrey's early stuff I remember The Ship Who Sang made me cry back in the 60s