I would have to second Colleen's recommendation. Julian
May's books (especially her Pliocene Saga) are great reads. Another
author with work featuring telepathy and other mental/ESP powers
would be Marion Zimmer Bradley's Darkover series.
> I believe the Julian May novels in the Pliocene Saga, the Galactic
>milieu and _Intervention_ all have characters with some clairvoyant
>abilities. Some are also telepaths. My favorite of these is the Pliocene
>Saga (The many-colored land, the golden torc, etc.) as it was an
>interesting blend of fantasy and science fiction.
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>On Tue, 17 Dec 2002, John Snead wrote:
>> I am interested in finding more media (especially books) with good
>> and complex treatments of both telepathy and clairvoyance. I'm
>> rather at a loss for good SF featuring clairvoyance, any
>> Obviously, for telepathy The Whole Man by John Brunner, The
>> Demolished Man by Alfred Bester, and The Missing Man by
>> Katherine MacLean are good first steps (what is it about "The ___
>> Man" as titles of books with telepaths?) Some of Andre Norton's
>> better work is also not bad, nor is Jack of Eagles by James Blish.
>> Does anyone have any other suggestions?
>> Also, I remember reading a novel back in the 70s (perhaps by Keith
>> Laumer) that featured a powerful telepath in the modern day, who
>> for a time made a living matching people with items they wanted to
>> buy but couldn't find. Does anyone remember the title of this book?
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