In the past few months, I've read or re-read the following Pern books (I tried to do them in Pernese chronological order:
- The Chronicles of Pern: First Fall
- Dragon's Fire
- Dragon's Kin
- Dragon Harper
- Dragon's Time
- Sky Dragons
- All the Weyrs of Pern
- The Dolphins of Pern
- The Skies of Pern (2001)
Klah Recipe - a cinnamon coffee
Meat Rolls - a compact meal (with pictures on this blog)
Multiple recipes from the fan forum
I've also re-read Killashandra and for the first time, read the two sequels, Crystal Singer and Crystal Line. In college, when I first read Killashandra, I admired the audacity and fearlessness of Killashandra. But in this second reading, I was a bit more sympathetic to the complaints of her peers and trainers. She was arrogant and inflexible in the first book, though she mellowed through the others. It is interesting how a reader's perception of a book can change over time. And, if a book is good enough, it is worth a second or third read.
As Joan Wickersham, in her blog post, "The joy of re-reading" states, "Re-reading never gets old. The books change because we change."