The Rowan

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An Ace/Putnam Book, 1990 - Fiction - 335 pages
22 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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Review: The Rowan (The Tower and the Hive #1)

User Review  - Anna - Goodreads

Final in my re-read of the Talents series. I'm not a fan of the subsequent Tower and Hive series -- too much xenophobia and entomophobia. I think this was the first one I had encountered when I was ... Read full review

Review: The Rowan (The Tower and the Hive #1)

User Review  - Aurian Booklover - Goodreads

When The Rowan was three years old, she lost her family in a mudslide. She was only spared because her mother had left her in the hopper, while she ran through the rain to get some groceries inside ... 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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