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Of all the Rowan's children, Damia was the most brilliant, the most difficult, the loneliest, and the one who had inherited the greatest Talent. It ... Show synopsis

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  • Daughter of Rowen Nov 12, 2009
    by Keth

    A youngster who spent much time alone yet became the focal point of destroying an alien that tried to take over. She became a strong mother figure even while running a tower and aiding her Mother, and others, to secure their part of the universe. A good read

  • Compelling Sequel May 14, 2008
    by Ellyb

    Damia is the Rowan's most difficult child, because Damia is the one who took after her mother. Ouch. Against the backdrop of a widely spread galactic civilization, McCaffrey illustrates how loneliness can be inherited. People do foolish, destructive things if they think it might free them of that particular burden.
    Damia grows up, and she is very likely more powerful a telepath than either of her parents. She is given enormous responsibility at an extremely young age due to the increasing demands of the ever expanding colonies and the need to utilize every prime-rated telepath available. Between this highly volatile situation and Damia's intense need for love, the stage is set for action and dramatic conflict of a high order.
    I really enjoyed this book, with its high emotional stakes as well as a truly frightening antagonist.

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