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The Ship Who Saved the Worlds


Two complete novels in one huge volume: The Ship Who Won: Like Helva, the Ship Who Sang, Carialle was born severely physically disadvantaged; and like Helva, Carialle decided she would strap on a spaceship. Her brawn is a guy named Keff. Searching the galaxy for intelligent beings, they found fuzzy little aliens, polite and eager to please. Unfortunately, they were slaves to a race of sorcerers, who possess powers of frightening potency, and who were neither polite nor the least bit eager to please.

The Ship Errant: Carialle and Keff had succeeded in liberating the "globe-frogs" from their servitude to dictatorial humans, but now they must return them from whence they came. And to get there, they must transit a sector where Carialle was stopped and boarded, experiencing a trauma so intense it nearly destroyed her mind. And it's beginning to look as if the beings who caused this are the very globe-frogs they have just made friends with. . . .

Cover Art by Carol Heyer



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This is a work of fiction. All the characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental.

First printing, December 2003

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ISBN: 0-7434-7171-7
eISBN: 978-1-61824-409-3

Copyright © 2003 by Bill Fawcett & Associates. The Ship Who Won © 1994 by Bill Fawcett & Associates; The Ship Errant © 1996 by Bill Fawcett & Associates.

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