Age (in book one): 20
Hannah's large, sparkling eyes were the same sky blue as her hair. She and Michelle were several years older than the twins but Hannah's eyes held a childlike innocence. She bounced a little in her seat, clearly excited to be meeting the twins she'd heard so much about."
Gifts and Interests:
Hannah is a sweet, innocent girl who also seems naive and directionless, because she doesn't want to accept her gift. She does care deeply for others, but too much responsibility is placed on healers for Hannah to feel ready. Instead, she prefers to take care of people without magic.
"Taking care of people and being a healer are two different things. I'm not even good at it."
Healers are required to grow up quickly, and Hannah wants to hold on to her childhood:
"Hannah's room was blue and white, and flowers and glass figurines decorated every surface. Savannah often forgot Hannah was older than them. She still had stuffed animals on her bed, and a few children's books on her shelf, including "Misfit Gifts." She also had more sophisticated literature, mostly related to the non-magical world."
Despite her seeming lack of responsibility, it's the lack of choice she finds most frustrating. Hannah's main desire is to study the non-magical world. Many (mostly ungifted) people became other-world scholars after the storm, which proved immensely useful. In times when magic is unreliable, scientific knowledge is life saving. Yet Hannah is strongly discouraged from taking this path due to her gift.