Brain Ships [NOOK Book]

Overview

Two Top-Selling Sequels
to Anne McCaffrey's
The Ship Who Sang
in One Volume

Two novels in one large volume, both set in the same universe as The Ship Who Sang: The Ship Who Searched: Tia, a bright and spunky seven-year old contracted an unknown neural disorder which made her lose control of her body. So she became a shell ...
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Brain Ships

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Overview

Two Top-Selling Sequels
to Anne McCaffrey's
The Ship Who Sang
in One Volume

Two novels in one large volume, both set in the same universe as The Ship Who Sang: The Ship Who Searched: Tia, a bright and spunky seven-year old contracted an unknown neural disorder which made her lose control of her body. So she became a shell person—controlling a spaceship as if it were her body and searching for the origin of the disease that laid her low, so that no other little girl will ever suffer the fate of The Ship Who Searched. PartnerShip: Nancia is a brand new member of the elite Courier Service of the Central Worlds. She's the ""brains"" of an advanced interstellar ship. The last thing she needed was a cynical "brawn" partner like Forister. But idealistic Nancia and worldly-wise Forister together just might save the galaxy. Neither of them would be satisfied to go through life in a glorified wheelchair; like Helva, The Ship Who Sang, they decided to strap on a spaceship!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2003

    WOW, What A Woman!

    Who said women were all looks and no brains haven't read anything by Anne McCaffrey. There is no shutting away physically handicapped people in her books. Here they run ships and cities. They interact individually with others as well as run multitudes of systems, and still deal with all the same issues as everyone else and a few others couldn't even begin to imagine.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2013

    Ugh

    Too much Mercedes Lackey, not enough Anne McCaffrey. Yet another poor pitiful little child who defeats the odds and ends up with everything, utterly implausible as it is. Does this woman never tire of this scenario? I certainly have!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2013

    Dragon good

    Best book yet

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