The Tower and the Hive Series by Anne McCaffrey

3.95 · 102 ratings
  • The Rowan (The Tower and the Hive #1)
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    The Rowan (The Tower and the Hive #1)

    Anne McCaffrey

    · 25 ratings · published 1991

    Told in the timeless style of Anne McCaffrey, The Rowan is the first installment in a wonderful trilogy. This is sci-fi at its best: a contemporary love story as well as an engrossing view of our world in the future.The kinetically gifted, trained in mind/machine gestalt, are the most valued citizens of the Nine Star League. Using mental powers alone, these few Prime Talents transport ships, cargo and people between Earth's Moon, Mars' Demos and Jupiter's Callisto... more

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  • Damia (The Tower and the Hive #2)
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    Damia (The Tower and the Hive #2)

    Anne McCaffrey

    · 21 ratings · published 1993

    As willful as her mother, The Rowan, ever was, and possessing unimaginable powers, Damia defies her family's attempts to tame and train her--only to bond with Afra Lyon, a Talent who serves The Rowan, and who becomes the object of her affection.

  • Damia's Children (The Tower and the Hive #3)
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    Damia's Children (The Tower and the Hive #3)

    Anne McCaffrey

    · 20 ratings · published 1994

    Damia and Afra-Raven-Lyon had reared their children in a brilliant and unorthodox way. All their young had been 'paired' when six months old with the furry, one-eyed Mrdinis, the only other sentient beings in the Alliance, who could communicate with humans by their 'dream messages'. Together, Man and Mrdini worked to create prosperous worlds and guard against the terrible threat of the annihilating Hivers... more

  • Lyon's Pride (The Tower and the Hive #4)
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    Lyon's Pride (The Tower and the Hive #4)

    Anne McCaffrey

    · 18 ratings · published 1995

    The survival technique of the Hivers was terrifying -- and brilliant. Their huge Sphere ships, controlled by the Many Mind of ten to sixteen queens, surged out into space. When an appropriate planet was found, the Hivers destroyed any and every variety of indigenous life, the queens propagated, and when the new world was full, more ships were sent out. the colonization was repeated until no planet, no species, least of all Man and Mrdini, was safe... more

  • The Tower and the Hive (The Tower and the Hive #5)
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    The Tower and the Hive (The Tower and the Hive #5)

    Anne McCaffrey

    · 18 ratings · published 1999

    Much had been done to limit and destroy the powers of the terrible Hivers, who had torn through space, annihilating every living thing that stood in their way. But still the Alliance had to discover the whereabouts of every last Hiver world and stop the Queens from further colonization.

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