The Ship Who Sang

The Ship Who Sang

eBook - 1969
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Helva had been born human, but only her brain had been saved—saved to be schooled, programmed, and implanted into the sleek titanium body of an intergalactic scout ship. But first she had to choose a human partner—male or female—to share her exhilirating excapades in space!

Her life was to be rich and rewarding . . . resplendent with daring adventures and endless excitement, beyond the wildest dreams of mere mortals.

Gifted with the voice of an angel and being virtually indestructable, Helva XH-834 antipitated a sublime immortality.

Then one day she fell in love!

Publisher: New York, Walker, [1969]
ISBN: 9780425287118
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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7626dee
Apr 16, 2019

And the reason we want a plain old AI-no emotions in the computer running things. And the reason we need a "brawn" is those opposable thumbs to fix the "thingies". Like the concept wouldn't want to fly on the ship.

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mammothhawk229e
Aug 21, 2017

Sci-fi classic as with book cover.

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Kathleengee
Apr 25, 2015

Read the rest of the Brainship series:
The Ship Who Sang.
PartnerShip .
The Ship Who Searched .
The City Who Fought .
The Ship Who Won .

Separately authored:

The Ship Errant by Jody Lynn Nye.
The Ship Avenged by S.M. Stirling.

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RichardPaul
Jan 28, 2011

The Ship Who sang
by Anne McCaffrey c- 1970

A great adventure

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