Rowan by Anne McCaffrey(28 ratings)
|Series||Tower and Hive|
|Submitted by Cojack Addams |
The Rowan was an incredible book that gave an in-depth view of a different direction that humans could go. The characters where more then believable as real and where very easy to like. And the information on tech and environment is very good and very easy to place ones self-in. what’s more is that the story line is very smooth and does not leave any thing out allowing the reader to stay immersed and lose themselves to the story.
|Submitted by Laurence St Onge |
The Rowan series is, in my opinion, Anne McCaffrey's masterpiece. I am awed by her insight into human emotions and the human condition, plus her awesome knowledge and grasp of things technical.
|Submitted by Rachel|
The Rowan series starts with the story of a little girl (no more than 2 or 3 years old) who has a high amount of Talent (Telekinetic, Telepathic, Empathy, and other "powers." The next few books talk about her daughter's life (Damia) and her grandchildren (Damia's Children, Lyon's Pride, Tower and The Hive) In truth, I could not help but love these books. The way that Anne McAffery gives her characters life is just, amazing. When Purza and Lusena die, I couldn't help but cry (I guess I'm of the emphatic talent as well). However, even if you haven't read any of Anne McAffery's books (which is your own loss) you had better start with The Rowan. Just a tip.
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