They were called Talents - people with extrasensory abilities including reading minds, predicting the future, and healing. But though their gifts were useful and powerful, they were not happy. Often afraid of their own "inexplicable" powers, they lived on the margins - until Henry Darrow dreamed up the Parapsychic Center and started making a place for the Talents. It wasn't very long before they had a mission - and enemies.
© Anne McCaffrey; (P) Dove Audio, Inc.
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By Helen on 02-08-16

Great narration

I haven't read this book for one time. Listening to this narration was really good.

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By Thomas Nordahl on 27-08-13

The book is good, the format is not!

What would have made To Ride Pegasus better?

The thing that is basically messing up the whole experience of this book is the abridged version. The book in itself is very good, and I have read it multiple times. However in the abridged version a lot of stuff is missing....
Basically a lot of the extra stuff that I felt gave the book its "punch" when I was reading it, is no longer there.
I do recommend that you read this book, I do NOT recommend that you get this abridged version.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 10-08-16

Somewhat disappointed

This is not an accurate rendition of the book. It skips many parts that
leave holes in the story. A new reader wouldn't catch most of them but some of would make it confusing for new readers. The narration was well done, but skipping parts wasn't a good idea. I am a HUGE Anne McCaffrey fan and was disappointed when I realized parts were being skipped because most of them were important to the story.

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