Acorna: The Unicorn Girl (Acorna, Book 1) by Margaret Ball, Anne McCaffrey

By Margaret Ball, Anne McCaffrey

"Something's Alive In There!"

She used to be a little lady, with a tiny horn within the middle of her brow, funny-looking ft, appealing silver hair, and a number of other curious powers: the facility to purify air and water, make crops develop, and heal scars and damaged bones. A trio of grizzled prospectors came upon her drifting in an get away pod amid the asteroids, followed her, and took her to the bandit planet Kezdet, a spot the place no questions are requested and the woman may develop up free.

But Kezdet has its personal darkish mystery. The prosperity of the planet relies on a hideous alternate in baby slave hard work, administered by means of "The Piper" -- a secret guy with targeted plans for Acorna and her powers. yet loose little women have a manner of starting to be into freedom-loving younger women, and Acorna has exact plans all her personal. . .

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You sure did. Made me proud. " She winked. " "Aha," Annette said. " Face suddenly serious, haloed in red and black. "If you choose," I said. Her green eyes regarded me levelly. " Around us people were shouting, reaching for drinks, brushing against us. The music was rocking again. I see and hear it only now. At the time there was nothing but her. "There's no choosing," I said. I took a step forward and put my arms around her waist. Our foreheads touched. " "Me too," she said, and we kissed. It felt strange doing it at the same height.

She grabbed my hand again and started walking fast. " "Oh, God. " She glanced up at me with something like pity. "I wasn't in a bomb scare," she said witheringly. "I was in the blast radius of a bomb. Loyalists hit a loyalist bar. Christ. " I didn't think it would be a good move to ask if many people were hurt. "I'm sorry," I said. I squeezed her hand. " She stopped, throwing me off-balance. I turned, tottering, to face her. She held her balled fists in front of her as if grasping and shaking by the lapels someone much smaller than myself.

Her green eyes examined me quizzically. "Let me guess," she said. " She gestured at the bench. I looked down at a round glass dish, half-filled with water, in which a few small sea-urchins lay—or rather, moved, as I saw when I looked closer. Laid out along the benches were sheaves of notes, diagramming the echinoderm's organs, the nomenclature beautiful and strange: ampulla, pedicellaria, tube-feet, madreporite, radial canal, ring canal, stone canal.. " I fidgeted with sturdy tweezers, laid out like cutlery to break the delicate harmless creatures apart.

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