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Nimisha's Ship - McCaffrey, Anne
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London: Michael Joseph, 1989 0718133315. First edition. Hardback with d/w which is price-clipped. VG/VG. No inscriptions or annotations. 209 pp. Original maroon cloth boards with gilt lettering on the spine, boards in very good condition. Octavo. 8vo. A collection of the author's essays bordering on autobiography. The essays here have already in large part been published in the Turin newspaper 'La Stampa' written around 1985. Primo Levi died in Turin, Italy, in 1987, so this English publication is postumous. "An extraordinary collection of powerful, elegant essays and a stunning portrait of a warm and humorous man writing on some of the things that interest him most." ., London: Michael Joseph, 1989 0718133315, Shaftesbury: Element Books Ltd., 1992.. 1st ed. "This long-awaited volume will receive a ready welcome by both scholars and non-specialists alike, who are interested in Jewish history and Christian origins." Pp. 9/286, 32 b/w illustrations, inscrip. to fep, erratum slip loosely inserted. Maroon cloth, gilt title to spine, d/w. G+/G+. ., Shaftesbury: Element Books Ltd., 1992., London, Allen, 1984; 0 491 03421 0. 1st edition. Hardback. Nr fine/ Dj Nr fine. 250pp with illustrations. Maroon covers with gilt title on spine. " Remarkable life story , revealing & exciting." ., London, Allen, 1984; 0 491 03421 0, New York: Dial Books, 2012. Book. Illus. by DJ by Robert Papp. Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 37419 CF shelf. NOT ex-library. Unread. Silver-stamped deep maroon bds. No names, clean text. Unblemished dust jacket. With glossary. Giftworthy!., Dial Books, 2012, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1955. First. hardcover. Good/good-. 12mo. slight bow. Light marks to boards. 64pp. Maroon boards. Dw has wear and small tears to extremities Soiling to cover., Basil Blackwell, 1955, Smithsonian. Collectible - Very Good. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, [1986]. 1st Edition. [x]+250pp. Maroon cloth-backed green-gray boards. VG in chipped DJ. 0874745721 Inquire if you need further information. Gach, Smithsonian, Michael Joseph, 1957. Maroon cloth boards, very clean, a small nick at the bottom of the back cover. Scarcely worn pictorial d/w with slight foxing.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good., Michael Joseph, 1957, Lakewood, Colorado: Glenbridge Publishing, 1995. First Edition. Hardcover--cloth. Fine/Near Fine. Octavo, 9 1/4" tall, xii + 295 pages, maroon cloth. A fine, clean, neat hard cover first edition with light shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper white. In a near fine dust jacket with light wear. Advocating government financing for elections. (To go along with government financing for health care, food, education, housing, automobiles, etc., but this one will ensure the others. All we have to do is print more money and tax the rich. Right?), Glenbridge Publishing, 1995, New York, New York: Penguin Press, 2006. Hardcover. Fine/Near fine. Octavo, 9 1/2" tall, 450 pages, black and maroon boards. A fine, clean, neat hardcover edition with light shelf wear; hinges and binding solid, paper cream white. In a near fine, lightly edge worn dust jacket, with the original price present., Penguin Press, 2006, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Ballantine Books - Del Rey Book, 1999. 388 Pages. Dust jacket has unclipped price of $25.00. Lady Nimisha Boynton-Rondymense prefeers the exciting and challenging world her father, Lord Tionel, owner and principal starship designer of the famous Rondymense Ship Yards. She becomes her father's chosen successor at the helm of the Ship Yards. Preoccupied with carrying on her father's ambitious plans she takes an experimental ship on a solo test flight which goes horribly wrong and she becomes marooned light years from home. . First Edition First Printing Stated. Hard Cover. As New/Near Fine. Illus. by Herring, Michael - Jacket Painting.. 6 1/2" X 9 1/2"., Ballantine Books - Del Rey Book, 1999

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[SR: 1102812], Hardcover, [EAN: 9780345388254], Del Rey, Del Rey, Book, [PU: Del Rey], 1999-02-02, Del Rey, When it comes to sheer imagination and storytelling prowess, Anne McCaffrey is in a class by herself. Few writers have created characters more deeply loved or futures more intensely lived. For more than thirty years, she has reigned as one of the premier talents in science fiction and fantasy, flying above the crowd on the glittering wings of such masterworks as The Dragonriders of Pern and Crystal Singer. Now, McCaffrey soars to dizzying unscaled heights in an exciting new world bursting with adventure and romance . . .On Vega III, where the jaded inhabitants pursue lives of malicious intrigue and decadent pleasure, Lady Nimisha Boynton-Rondymense has always been an anomaly. Disdainful of the frivolity of her fellows, she prefers the exciting and challenging world of her father, Lord Tionel, owner and principal starship designer of the famous Rondymense shipyards.Precociously gifted, Nimisha becomes Lord Tionel's secret assistant--and, in the aftermath of a shocking tragedy, his chosen successor at the helm of the shipyards. But supplanting her father's designated body-heir, the callow Lord Vestrin, is a slight that Vestrin and his mother, Lady Vescuya, will not easily forget. Or forgive. Preoccupied with carrying on her father's ambitious plans for the Mark 5, an experimental long-distance cruiser, Nimisha dangerously disregards Vestrin's animosity--until a  solo test flight of the Mark 5 goes horribly awry, marooning Nimisha light-years from home on a planet as deadly as it is beautiful. Now, Vestrin and Vescuya are given the chance they've been waiting for: to reclaim the shipyards . . . by any means necessary. Only Nimisha's child, Cuiva--a girl every bit as ingenious as her mother--stands in their way. But for how long? For just when her daughter needs her most, Nimisha is unable to help--and in a precarious situation herself. But Nimisha has never given up in her life--and she's not about to start now . . ., Parts of Nimisha's Ship are reminiscent of the melodramatic intrigue and romance among lords and ladies in Anne McCaffrey's first SF novel, Restoree (1967). Here, though, danger and drama are downplayed while the course of true love--plus the joy of friendship--moves to center stage. Nimisha, heir to her mother's wealth and high status, tomboyishly prefers the spaceship yards of her absentee father. She sneaks off to work with him and emerges as a gifted ship designer. One day, testing a splendid new space-yacht, she falls through a wormhole to a far-off region of the galaxy. This contains a planet of unfriendly beasties--mostly leathery-winged avians, easily shot down by Nimisha's yacht AI--and stranded wormhole victims: a haggard human party easily put right by medical treatment, and midget aliens who are easily befriended. Romance soon blooms for Nimisha, and she settles down to have the nicest human castaway's babies (twins, then triplets). Meanwhile, rescue missions are on the way, one by the long, slow route and one by accidental wormhole encounter. Happy family reunions follow, with a certain twinkly charm but no real suspense or surprise. It's a comforting, unthreatening read: McCaffrey addicts will love it, but newcomers may prefer to start with her tougher, grittier SF adventures like the classic Dragonflight. --David Langford, Amazon.co.uk, 16273, Adventure, 16272, Science Fiction, 25, Science Fiction & Fantasy, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[SR: 1102812], Hardcover, [EAN: 9780345388254], Del Rey, Del Rey, Book, [PU: Del Rey], 1999-02-02, Del Rey, When it comes to sheer imagination and storytelling prowess, Anne McCaffrey is in a class by herself. Few writers have created characters more deeply loved or futures more intensely lived. For more than thirty years, she has reigned as one of the premier talents in science fiction and fantasy, flying above the crowd on the glittering wings of such masterworks as The Dragonriders of Pern and Crystal Singer. Now, McCaffrey soars to dizzying unscaled heights in an exciting new world bursting with adventure and romance . . .On Vega III, where the jaded inhabitants pursue lives of malicious intrigue and decadent pleasure, Lady Nimisha Boynton-Rondymense has always been an anomaly. Disdainful of the frivolity of her fellows, she prefers the exciting and challenging world of her father, Lord Tionel, owner and principal starship designer of the famous Rondymense shipyards.Precociously gifted, Nimisha becomes Lord Tionel's secret assistant--and, in the aftermath of a shocking tragedy, his chosen successor at the helm of the shipyards. But supplanting her father's designated body-heir, the callow Lord Vestrin, is a slight that Vestrin and his mother, Lady Vescuya, will not easily forget. Or forgive. Preoccupied with carrying on her father's ambitious plans for the Mark 5, an experimental long-distance cruiser, Nimisha dangerously disregards Vestrin's animosity--until a  solo test flight of the Mark 5 goes horribly awry, marooning Nimisha light-years from home on a planet as deadly as it is beautiful. Now, Vestrin and Vescuya are given the chance they've been waiting for: to reclaim the shipyards . . . by any means necessary. Only Nimisha's child, Cuiva--a girl every bit as ingenious as her mother--stands in their way. But for how long? For just when her daughter needs her most, Nimisha is unable to help--and in a precarious situation herself. But Nimisha has never given up in her life--and she's not about to start now . . ., Parts of Nimisha's Ship are reminiscent of the melodramatic intrigue and romance among lords and ladies in Anne McCaffrey's first SF novel, Restoree (1967). Here, though, danger and drama are downplayed while the course of true love--plus the joy of friendship--moves to center stage. Nimisha, heir to her mother's wealth and high status, tomboyishly prefers the spaceship yards of her absentee father. She sneaks off to work with him and emerges as a gifted ship designer. One day, testing a splendid new space-yacht, she falls through a wormhole to a far-off region of the galaxy. This contains a planet of unfriendly beasties--mostly leathery-winged avians, easily shot down by Nimisha's yacht AI--and stranded wormhole victims: a haggard human party easily put right by medical treatment, and midget aliens who are easily befriended. Romance soon blooms for Nimisha, and she settles down to have the nicest human castaway's babies (twins, then triplets). Meanwhile, rescue missions are on the way, one by the long, slow route and one by accidental wormhole encounter. Happy family reunions follow, with a certain twinkly charm but no real suspense or surprise. It's a comforting, unthreatening read: McCaffrey addicts will love it, but newcomers may prefer to start with her tougher, grittier SF adventures like the classic Dragonflight. --David Langford, Amazon.co.uk, 16273, Adventure, 16272, Science Fiction, 25, Science Fiction & Fantasy, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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When it comes to sheer imagination and storytelling prowess, Anne McCaffrey is in a class by herself. Few writers have created characters more deeply loved or futures more intensely lived. For more than thirty years, she has reigned as one of the premier talents in science fiction and fantasy, flying above the crowd on the glittering wings of such masterworks as The Dragonriders of Pern and Crystal Singer. Now, McCaffrey soars to dizzying unscaled heights in an exciting new world bursting with adventure and romance . . . On Vega III, where the jaded inhabitants pursue lives of malicious intrigue and decadent pleasure, Lady Nimisha Boynton-Rondymense has always been an anomaly. Disdainful of the frivolity of her fellows, she prefers the exciting and challenging world of her father, Lord Tionel, owner and principal starship designer of the famous Rondymense shipyards. Precociously gifted, Nimisha becomes Lord Tionel's secret assistant--and, in the aftermath of a shocking tragedy, his chosen successor at the helm of the shipyards. But supplanting her father's designated body-heir, the callow Lord Vestrin, is a slight that Vestrin and his mother, Lady Vescuya, will not easily forget. Or forgive. Preoccupied with carrying on her father's ambitious plans for the Mark 5, an experimental long-distance cruiser, Nimisha dangerously disregards Vestrin's animosity--until a solo test flight of the Mark 5 goes horribly awry, marooning Nimisha light-years from home on a planet as deadly as adventure,fiction,literature and fiction,science fiction,science fiction and fantasy,space opera Science Fiction & Fantasy, Random House Publishing Group

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Lady Nimisha Boynton-Rondymense is an anomaly on her home planet of Vega III. Disdainful of the decadent lifestyle pursued by the planet's jaded populace, she prefers the challenging world of her father, Lord Tionel's, starship-building industry. And in the wake of a shocking tragedy, it is the precocious Nimisha who ascends to control the Rondymense shipyards -- outraging the designated heir, Lord Vestrin, and his scheming mother ... and setting the stage for vengeful intrigue. When the test flight of an experimental ship strands Nimisha light-years away on a strange and deadly planet, her enemies see their chance to strike. But Nimisha's daughter, Cuiva -- very bit as ingenious as her mother -- stands in their way. And Nimisha herself, even against incredible odds, won't give up without a fight.... Nimisha's Ship McCaffrey, Anne, Del Rey Books

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Nimisha's Ship

When it comes to sheer imagination and storytelling prowess, Anne McCaffrey is in a class by herself. Few writers have created characters more deeply loved or futures more intensely lived. For more than thirty years, she has reigned as one of the premier talents in science fiction and fantasy, flying above the crowd on the glittering wings of such masterworks as The Dragonriders of Pern and Crystal Singer. Now, McCaffrey soars to dizzying unscaled heights in an exciting new world bursting with adventure and romance . . .

On Vega III, where the jaded inhabitants pursue lives of malicious intrigue and decadent pleasure, Lady Nimisha Boynton-Rondymense has always been an anomaly. Disdainful of the frivolity of her fellows, she prefers the exciting and challenging world of her father, Lord Tionel, owner and principal starship designer of the famous Rondymense shipyards.

Precociously gifted, Nimisha becomes Lord Tionel's secret assistant--and, in the aftermath of a shocking tragedy, his chosen successor at the helm of the shipyards. But supplanting her father's designated body-heir, the callow Lord Vestrin, is a slight that Vestrin and his mother, Lady Vescuya, will not easily forget. Or forgive.

Preoccupied with carrying on her father's ambitious plans for the Mark 5, an experimental long-distance cruiser, Nimisha dangerously disregards Vestrin's animosity--until a  solo test flight of the Mark 5 goes horribly awry, marooning Nimisha light-years from home on a planet as deadly as it is beautiful.

Now, Vestrin and Vescuya are given the chance they've been waiting for: to reclaim the shipyards . . . by any means necessary. Only Nimisha's child, Cuiva--a girl every bit as ingenious as her mother--stands in their way. But for how long? For just when her daughter needs her most, Nimisha is unable to help--and in a precarious situation herself. But Nimisha has never given up in her life--and she's not about to start now . . ., Parts of Nimisha's Ship are reminiscent of the melodramatic intrigue and romance among lords and ladies in Anne McCaffrey's first SF novel, Restoree (1967). Here, though, danger and drama are downplayed while the course of true love--plus the joy of friendship--moves to center stage. Nimisha, heir to her mother's wealth and high status, tomboyishly prefers the spaceship yards of her absentee father. She sneaks off to work with him and emerges as a gifted ship designer. One day, testing a splendid new space-yacht, she falls through a wormhole to a far-off region of the galaxy. This contains a planet of unfriendly beasties--mostly leathery-winged avians, easily shot down by Nimisha's yacht AI--and stranded wormhole victims: a haggard human party easily put right by medical treatment, and midget aliens who are easily befriended. Romance soon blooms for Nimisha, and she settles down to have the nicest human castaway's babies (twins, then triplets). Meanwhile, rescue missions are on the way, one by the long, slow route and one by accidental wormhole encounter. Happy family reunions follow, with a certain twinkly charm but no real suspense or surprise. It's a comforting, unthreatening read: McCaffrey addicts will love it, but newcomers may prefer to start with her tougher, grittier SF adventures like the classic Dragonflight. --David Langford, Amazon.co.uk

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780345388254
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0345388259
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1999
Herausgeber: English

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