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Singer in the Snow

(2005)
A novel by

 
 
Nevya is an "ice planet" without technology, so cold that to be outside after nightfall means certain death.The Nevyans rely on their Singers, who are trained to channel psi energy through music to create heat and light. Mreen is one of the most talented Singers at the Nevyan Conservatory--but she is unable to speak aloud. Her companion and interpreter when she is assigned to the community of Tarus is Emle, who, despite considerable training, has never been able to channel her psi. The two young women, so long sheltered by the Conservatory, face many challenges, including learning how to relate to each other.They then find out about young Gwin, whose abusive stepfather wants to exploit her psi-Gift talents--and in reaching out to help her,Mreen and Emle also help themselves.

Genre: Children's Fiction

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Used availability for Louise Marley's Singer in the Snow

Hardback Editions

October 2005 : USA Hardback
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Title: Singer in the Snow
Author(s): Louise Marley
ISBN: 0-670-05965-X / 978-0-670-05965-2 (USA edition)
Publisher: Viking Juvenile
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Paperback Editions

February 2007 : UK Paperback
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Title: Singer in the Snow
Author(s): Louise Marley
ISBN: 0-14-240748-8 / 978-0-14-240748-6 (UK edition)
Publisher: Firebird
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Kindle Editions

February 2007 : USA, Canada Kindle edition
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Title: Singer in the Snow
Author(s): Louise Marley
Publisher: Firebird
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