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FREE READ Coming Home 107 É [Reading] ➸ Coming Home ➮ Jack McDevitt – Connecfloor.co.uk Thousands of years ago artifacts of the early space age were lost to rising oceans and widespread turmoil Garnett Baylee devoted his life to finding them only to give up hope Then in the wake of his d Thousands of years ago artifacts of the early space age w[Reading] Coming Home Jack McDevitt Connecfloor.co.uk Thousands of years ago artifacts of the early space age were lost to rising oceans and widespread turmoil Garnett Baylee devoted his life to finding them only to give up hope Then in the wake of his d Thousands of years ago artifacts of the early space age were lost to rising oceans and widespread turmoil Garnett Baylee devoted his life to finding them only to give up hope Then in the wake of his death one was f.

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Utmost importance Twenty six hundred passengers—including Alex’s uncle Gabriel Benedict the man who raised him—are on boardAlex now finds his attention divided between finding the artifacts and anticipating the rescue of the Capella But time won’t allow him to do both As the deadline for the Capella’s reappearance draws near Alex fears that the puzzle of the artifacts will be lost yet again But Alex Benedict never forgets and never gives up—and another day will soon come around.

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Coming HomeOund in his home raising tantalizing uestions Had he succeeded after all Why had he kept it a secret And where is the rest of the Apollo cacheAntiuities dealer Alex Benedict and his pilot Chase Kolpath have gone to Earth to learn the truth But the trail seems to have gone cold so they head back home to be present when the Capella the interstellar transport that vanished eleven years earlier in a timespace warp is expected to reappear With a window of only a few hours rescuing it is of the.

FREE READ Coming Home 107 Jack McDevitt is a former English teacher naval officer Philadelphia taxi driver customs officer and motivational trainer His work has been on the final ballot for the Nebula Awards for of the past years His first novel The Hercules Text was published in the celebrated Ace Specials series and won the Philip K Dick Special Award In McDevitt won the first UPC Internation.

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  • Kevin Kelsey

    FREE READ Coming Home 107 Coming HomeThe Alex Benedict books are always hit or miss for me This one is a miss but it's still very much worth reading if you're a fan of the series It wasn't incredible especially following 'Firebird' which was definitely a high point along with 'A Talent for War' and 'Seeker'Storywise it's a direct continuation from 'Firebird' It was full of things that needed to happen in order to close off the series Ultimately that is why it struggled; it didn't function well enough as its own storyI guarantee that McDevitt isn't completely satisfied with how this one turned out either As it's winding down he has his characters discussing how the conclusion of their journey was a bit of a let down and how sometimes the narrative just g


  • Bradley

    FREE READ Coming Home 107 Coming HomeThis series continues to be a solid and consistent read There are several plotlines going on simultaneously with one picking up on the spaceship rescues from those outside of time including relationship angst for Chase and also the delightful return to SolOf course a return to the Earth and our solar system is roughly on par to returning to Sumeria a few thousand years from now to try and figure out from scratch what those people were likeIt's really a shame that humanity had a breakdown about 5k years go and anything that wasn't written in stone was lost or else this little job of trying


  • Megan Baxter

    FREE READ Coming Home 107 Coming HomeI have never read a Clive Cussler book It's just not my normal sort of fiction although I have nothing in particular against it Reading Jack McDevitt's Coming Home though I kept thinking that this book was an awful lot like what I would expect a Clive Cussler book to be just set in the future with space hopping


  • Walt O&

    FREE READ Coming Home 107 Coming HomeI've said many times often in reviews on Goodreadscom that a day with a bad McDevitt novel beats a day with no McDevitt novel whatsoever The last two or three Alex Benedict novels haven't been bad exactly but they have struck me as increasingly repetitive COMING HOME follows closely on the heels of FIREBIRD and the two share plot elements particularly about the disappearing ships plot thread The standard McDevitt plot structure is in play here see my Firebird review for a rehash of it all so there are no great surprises COMING HOME is probably the first novel where I've actually sort of egged on the author


  • Metaphorosis

    FREE READ Coming Home 107 Coming Homereviewsmetaphorosiscom 25 starsAntiuarians Chase Kolpath and Alex Benedict search out lost space age artifacts and participate in an attempted rescue of a spaceliner trapped in a spacetime warp In reviewing the preuel to this book I said I feared the series was growing tired Coming Home is unfortunate proof of that suggestion The prose is good in some places clumsy and repetitive in others The series has never been based on action and adventure but this book overdoes the dry descriptions of past excitement I kept wishing I were reading the book about those adventures insteadI cou


  • Bill

    FREE READ Coming Home 107 Coming HomeMcDevitt fans always delight at the release of a new Alex Benedict novel This novel is no exception for delight by the telling of human activities over 9 millennia in the future In this story Alex and Chase are on a search for artifacts from the Golden Age of Space Travel especially from the Apollo missionsI was struck by an immense notion of history reading this novel Events of my life are put a in historical perspective by my era being viewed as a time many millennia in the past when we are ancient history So much has been lost due to a dark age and time So much has been misinterpreted due to lack of context Think of how we try so miserably to understand human civilization during the post Roman dark age before the burning of the Great Library before writing was invented McDevitt uses the current state of our


  • Jerry

    FREE READ Coming Home 107 Coming Home I'm coming home I'm coming home tell the world I'm coming homeSorry; couldn't resist referencing that songSeriously I enjoye


  • Mike

    FREE READ Coming Home 107 Coming HomeJack McDevitt books especially the Alex BenedictChase Kolpath novels tend to be books that when they are released I put down whatever else I'm reading to read the new one And I did so with this one Overall it was OK It tied up some things from the first book indeed that set the whole series in motion but overall it felt like a shaggy dog story A well written shaggy dog story but a shaggy dog story In fact it almost seemed like it would have been better as a novella or two novellas each dealing with one of the plots And Chase seemed kinda dumb in this one But that's the problem with having a character a lot of people like that has to be slow enough for exposition but sharp enough to be believable as writing a series of memoirs I think someone who's really as slow as you need them to be for the story would not know they were that slow and hence would not say thi


  • Leather

    FREE READ Coming Home 107 Coming HomeDirect suite of Firebird Coming Home is a disappointing novel The subplot of the book an investigation about an archaeologist who has suddenly abandoned his research is very dull Any reader with a minimum of experience in detective novels is able to guess the solution of the plot uite uicklyThis narrative thread is only a pretext for visiting McDevitt's future and in particular that of the Earth This is far from the strong point of the author his universe is neither exciting nor convincing The main plot that of the rescue of Capella occupies only the beginning and t


  • stormin

    FREE READ Coming Home 107 Coming HomeI read this book because it was a nominee for the Nebula award for best novel although it didn't win It's the third or fourth Alex Benedict novel I've read and I really don't understand themThe premise of these novels is kind of Indiana Jones in the 15th millennium Alex Benedict goes around the galaxy recovering valuable historical artifacts to sell to private buyers But I'm always very very confused by the temporal scope the stories are set 13000 years in the future but the people and