Crystal Singer

2 Ratings: 4.5
A book by Anne McCaffrey

Killashandra Ree was a trained musician with one problem--no job and no prospects. Then she heard of a place called the Heptite Guild on the planet Ballybran, an enclave for trained artists of all types. Gathering all of her resources, she journeys there … see full wiki

Author: Anne McCaffrey
Publisher: Severn House Pub Ltd
Date Published: December 01, 1988
1 review about Crystal Singer

Perfect Pitch Required

  • Dec 16, 1999
Rating:
+5
Pros: GREAT story, GREAT characters

Cons: None in my epinion

How does a prima donna deal with failure? How about run away and join the Heptite Guild? Killashandra Ree only thinks she's a failure. Little does she know that her new adventure will truly change her for life.

Perfect pitch qualifies her, and the symbiote likes her and soon she is a valued member of the Guild singing the elusive black crystal.

McCaffrey creates a world and a society of strong-minded individuals who compete for territory, status and the all-valuable crystal. See who survives transformation, and who comes out on top.

First book in a series of three. WONDERFUL! Could hardly put this one down.



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January 06, 2011
It's been years since I've read The Crystal Singer. Good write-up.
 
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