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Damia by Anne McCaffrey
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Mar 31, 2015

really liked it
bookshelves: speculative-fiction
Read on December 14, 2011

Most of this book is not only concurrent with The Rowan, but is telling the same story from the point of view of Afra, who is one of the key subsidiary characters. It's rather nice getting his whole story.

McCaffrey gives us idealised characters and fairy tale romances. For many of today's readers that's a negative, and I wouldn't like it myself in any other book I might read, but McCaffrey does the psychic power component so well that I just smile (condescendingly, I admit) at the amazing-super-hero-girl-who-saves-the-world and the love-that-waits-forever and enjoy the book for its entirety,

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