dragonquest is when lessa travels back in time on the only breedable queen dragon to bring the missing dragonriders forward in time to fight thread.
if my daughter was awake at this hour, she could probably tell you chapter by chapter what happened :-)
Does Melony from Anne McCaffrey's books instead of The harper hall Trilogy?
Menolly appears in other Pern books, though the main ones in which she is an important character are the ones belonging to The Harper Hall Trilogy. She appears in the first three books of the Dragonriders of Pern series as well as in All the Weyrs of Pern, The Dolphins of Pern and The Masterharper of Pern. What is your question?
Are these out of print perhaps? I assume that you have tried Amazon. Give me some time I may find them on line for you.
Here is "Dragonflight". You can read the whole thing online and I'd bet that "Powerplay" is somewhere here as well.
Can anyone tell me the entire list of the Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey?
The main story runs through:
The White Dragon
All the Weyrs of Pern
The Skies of Pern
Then there are the side stories which are at the same time as the main story:
The Renegades of Pern
The Dolphins of Pern
A few Prequels:
The Cronicles of Pern: First Fall
The MasterHarper of Pern (very good for a lot of Pern History)
Related Pern Works
The Atlas of Pern
The People of Pern
The Dragonlover's Guide to Pern
In the Pern series by Anne Mccaffrey, whatever happens to Kylara?
If I remember correctly, she lost her mind, was reduced to a babbling, drooling idiot. I don't think anything was ever said of what happened to her after that.
Kylara wasn't the one who was helped by the fire-lizards, that was Brekke, the rider whose Gold dragon was killed in the fight with Kylara's gold (please notice the use of capitalization there).
Personally, I wouldn't care to read a book about Kylara. She was a small spiteful character who, while being essential as part of the story she was in, doesn't need to be re-visited.
What is your favourite Anne McCaffrey novel and why?
Of the DragonRiders of Pern series, "The White Dragon" was my favorite, with "The Dolphins of Pern" a very close second.
I also like The Pegasus Stories and the Freedom's Landing Stories, but those series were not long enough for me to have a favorite book.
With the aid of an intelligent computer, the possibility of destroying the devastating phenomenon known as "Thread" becomes a reality. There's an idea of time travel in it.
With the reactions of the various lords, dragonriders, and craftsmen as they realize the impact the artificial intelligence will have on their culture and traditions. With its help, F'lar, Robinton, Lessa, Menolly, and all of the other characters YAs have come to care about devise a risky plan to eliminate a serious threat to their environment.