The Rowan

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An Ace/Putnam Book, 1990 - Fiction - 335 pages
12 Reviews
The Rowan was one of the strongest Talents ever born, but she was also lonely and without family, friends --or love. Then a telepathic message came from a distant world facing an alien threat, a message sent by an unknown Talent named Jeff Raven, and be it power, danger, or love--the Rowan is about to meet her match.

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A natural disaster on Altair has left a three-year-old girl the lone survivor of The Rowan Mining Company’s base camp. When her mental cries reach every telepath on the planet a search for her becomes ... Read full review

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Lots of plot errors that make you wonder if it was edited, and the dialogue from the alpha male characters made me roll my eyes in despair. If we assume these men (Reidinger, Turian and Jeff) are AM's ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
13
Section 3
26
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About the author (1990)

Anne McCaffrey is the author of Freedom's Landing, Freedom's Choice, and Freedom's Challenge. In 1999 she received the Margaret A. Edwards Award, given by the American Library Association, for lifetime achievement. One of science fiction's most beloved writers, Anne lives in Ireland.

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