The Ships of Earth

The Ships of Earth

Book - 1994
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From the multi-award-winning author of Xenocide and other bestsellers--the third novel in the Homecoming series. The Oversoul's chosen people flee the city of Basilica (destroyed in their wake by General Moozh) and travel across the desert wastes, eventually to settle in the hidden valley where long ago the exiles from Earth who founded the colony of Harmony left their starships--and the machines that can make them fly again. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
Publisher: New York : TOR, 1994.
ISBN: 9780312856595
0312856598
Branch Call Number: SF/CARD
Characteristics: 382p. 24 cm.

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nancy707 Jul 02, 2013

book 3

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efredrick
Jun 14, 2012

Book 3 of the "earth" or "homecoming" series. This is where *stuff* starts to get real. We're now off exploring the rest of the world of Harmony, and it turns out there are a lot of other things going on. There is some good military drama on the order of the "Ender" series, with a brilliant general and an interesting character. Political intrigue in which supposedly infallible characters learn they don't know it all, and some delicious inter family drama where issues of leadership, jealousy, and trust play out in interesting ways. Good stuff.

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