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Damia's Children (The Tower & Hive Sequence) - Anne McCaffrey
Damia's Children (The Tower & Hive Sequence)
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Damia and Afra-Raven-Lyon had reared their children in a brilliant and unorthodox way. All their young had been 'paired' when six months old with the furry, one-eyed Mrdinis, the only other sentient beings in the Alliance, who could communicate with humans by their 'dream messages'. Together, Man... show more
Damia and Afra-Raven-Lyon had reared their children in a brilliant and unorthodox way. All their young had been 'paired' when six months old with the furry, one-eyed Mrdinis, the only other sentient beings in the Alliance, who could communicate with humans by their 'dream messages'. Together, Man and Mrdini worked to create prosperous worlds and guard against the terrible threat of the annihilating Hivers.And now, in the deeps of Space, Mrdini scouts had crossed the path of three Hive ships -- ships that were giant hulks of cell units, bearing the queens and workers out into space, to breed and multiply and destroy wherever they found a viable planet. It was the four elder children of Damia -- Laria, Thian, Rojer and Zara -- all uniquely talented in their various ways, who were to play their part, helped by their life-long Dini friends, in the conquering and investigation of the Alien threat of the Hivers.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B008KYWF42
Publisher: Transworld Digital
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: The Tower and the Hive (#3)
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We can now say that Damia is definitely a better mother to her children than Rowan. In this return to the Tower and Hive world, we get to meet Damia's children who are now coming into their own. I enjoyed it. This return to the world I loved is beautiful for me. The fantasy of it is appealing. ...
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