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The Steerswoman - Rosemary Kirstein
The Steerswoman
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A fantasy with an underlying theme that sets rationality and science against the unknown world of magic and superstition. The heroine is a steerswoman, one of a group of mapmakers and fact collectors who is intrigued when she discovers some blue stones embedded in trees.
A fantasy with an underlying theme that sets rationality and science against the unknown world of magic and superstition. The heroine is a steerswoman, one of a group of mapmakers and fact collectors who is intrigued when she discovers some blue stones embedded in trees.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780345357625 (0345357620)
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 279
Edition language: English
Series: The Steerswoman -2 (#1)
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ken
ken rated it
4.0 The Steerswoman
Delightful, fast read and a great entry to an interesting world. I saw the series (which is apparently not finished yet) being mentioned in /r/fantasy and decided that the blurb sounded interesting enough. And I am really glad I did. Looking at the genres assigned to this book my suspicions about th...
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it
0.0 The Steerswoman
I went to the trouble of getting this one through inter-library loan and then discovered that my library owns a omnibus edition of the first two books! I guess I shouldn’t feel too badly, since the ILL folks didn’t catch it either. Anyway, I’m still going to count it for my ILL reading challenge. ...
christinaochs
christinaochs rated it
5.0 The Steerswoman
irst published in 1989, The Steerswoman gained a small but devoted following. These poor people had to wait ELEVEN YEARS between books two and three, so I should probably quit whining. Published as ebooks in 2013, they seem to be gaining in popularity, as well they should.Rowan is a steerswoman, a ...
Seeford's Spot
Seeford's Spot rated it
3.0
An engrossing world with an interesting culture. Read this as part of the Omnibus The Steerswoman's Road (The Steerswoman, #1-2).
Seeford's Spot
Seeford's Spot rated it
3.0
An engrossing world with an interesting culture. Read this as part of the Omnibus The Steerswoman's Road (The Steerswoman, #1-2).
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