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The Rowan - Anne McCaffreyA Dame Good Read (336 words)
by wopnogger - written on 15/05/02, updated on 15/05/02 (Useful, 75 readings)
I must first state that i am not usually one for reading Sci-Fi books but one day i found myself in possetion of a book called The Rowan by Anne McCaffrey. The time is the distant future. The place is Space. The human race has expanded to distant planets and are under the Nine Star League. The Talents are the Elite of the Nine Star League which range from the gently telepathic to the primes which are the most powerful telepaths. The story starts on a planet called Altair, it is raining, it's been raining alot which in turn has caused mud slides and desroys a Rowan Mining Companies small setlement. At that point the Telepaths start to hear the crying of a ...
The Rowan - Anne McCaffreyInsert snappy title here (442 words)
by calypte - written on 26/07/01, updated on 27/07/01 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Category: sci-fi Series/position: Tower and Hive, book 1 of 5 Now, I must admit, I’m not the world’s biggest Anne McCaffrey fan, and knowing that might help you decide if my opinion is any use to you. I do enjoy her writing, but I find it can seem a little ‘young’ – which is great when you want a quick and easy read, but not really challenging. The Rowan is the first in a series of five (the others being Damia, Damia’s Children, Lyon’s Pride, The Tower and The Hive – all currently available) set in the same world as the Talent series (To Ride Pegasus, Pegasus in Flight, Pegasus in Space). I haven’t read this ...
Acorna - Anne McCaffreysweet (233 words)
by paulopaulo - written on 13/10/01, updated on 13/10/01 (Useful, 25 readings)
growing attraction between Acorna and Aari. Late into the tale, Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough provide an entertaining, cleverly designed critique on how the young devour the elderly in free market society. Erudite fans will dine on Margaret Ball's linguistic interpretation that intelligently spoofs the plot's action-packed space opera with a small but serious thesis. Though lacking depth to any of the key players except in an overall generalization of the traits of the various races, ACORNA'S WORLD is a fun to read work of science fiction. ...