Her name was Killashandra Ree. And after ten grueling years of musical training, she was still without prospects. Until she heard of the mysterious Heptite Guild who could provide careers, security, and wealth beyond imagining. The problem was, few people who landed on Ballybran ever left. But to... show more
Her name was Killashandra Ree. And after ten grueling years of musical training, she was still without prospects. Until she heard of the mysterious Heptite Guild who could provide careers, security, and wealth beyond imagining. The problem was, few people who landed on Ballybran ever left. But to Killashandra the risks were acceptable....
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1982-08-12
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 311
Edition language: English
After finishing the Talent series by the author, I decided to re-read one of my other favorites by her. This series is always a pleasure to read. i love the world/universe she has built along with the characters she details in this one.5 stars for one of my all time favorite stories.
A wonderfully fun book! Crystal Singer is a wonderful book in a trilogy by Anne McCaffrey. It's in the same universe of the Brain Ships, though you don't really find that part out until the end of book two and then also in book 3, but it's worth noting.Killashandra is a gifted singer, but her voic...
I'm working my way slowly through [author:Anne McCaffrey|26]'s sci-fi books. I've read some of the ones she's written with [author:Elizabeth Moon|10518] and [author:Jody Lynn Nye|9615]. Now I'm reading some of the ones she wrote on her own. This one was better than I thought - I just want to say ...
This book by Anne McCaffrey isn't as well-known as her Pern books, but it is just as entertaining as any. First, I should say I'm not rating this book nearly 5 stars because it's a mindblowing classic a la Left Hand of Darkness or because it has any pretensions to literary merit. Rather, what this i...
All right, it’s going to be a throwback this week since I haven’t had time to read anything new after my sprint at the end of last week :-). I read a lot of Anne McCaffrey when I was younger (who didn’t, really?), including all of the Dragonrider books (yes, every single last one of them, including ...
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