The Ship Who Sang

The Ship Who Sang

Book - 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, c1969.
ISBN: 9780345334312
0345334310
Characteristics: 248 p.

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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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