The Ship Who Sang

By: McCaffrey, Anne

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Book Condition: Very Good

Corners bumped, slight edge wear/rubbing. A couple pages dog-eared. A clean, tight copy.

This is a collection of short stories that introduce Helva (XH-834), the to-be-legendary Ship who Sang. Helva was born physically defective, but with a perfectly good brain. Mankind of McCaffrey's Central Worlds universe has learned to save these children and allow them to live productive lives -- as the encapsulated 'brain' running a spaceship......or space station, or city. McCaffrey masterfully paints the growth of Helva as a human being, both limited and freed by the titanium shell she is encased within.
An excellent introduction to science fiction, McCaffrey has more recently authorized several 'sequels' involving shell-persons and set in the same universe: "The Ship Who Searched," "Partnership," and "The City Who Fought."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

Title: The Ship Who Sang

Author Name: McCaffrey, Anne

Illustrator: Illustrated by Hildebrandt, The Brothers (cover)

Categories: Anne McCaffrey,

Edition: Tenth Printing

Publisher: New York, NY, Del Ray / Ballantine: 1983

ISBN Number: 0345297687

ISBN Number 13: 9780345297686

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 002038

Keywords: Fiction Science High Tech Sentient Spaceships Brain Ship Helva (fictitious Character) XH-834 (fictitious Character) Brawn And Brain Spaceships Interstellar Travel