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Following the sometimes dubious directives of the dying Oversoul--an orbiting computer that has preserved peace on the planet Harmony for millennia, Naifeh and his family prepare to voyage to the stars in search of the planet called Earth. With characteristic insights into the moral nature of the individual, Card explores the ramifications that face those persons chosen to answer a "higher call." This second volume of the "Homecoming" will appeal to the author's many fans and is a good purchase for most libraries.
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Pleasant enough writing, but I was deeply disturbed when two thirteen-year-olds wed and consummated their marriage, despite the fact that pretty much everyone in the book, the... Read morePublished on May 28 2004
This is an all around excellent book. An incredible cast of characters, a great plot, plenty of crazy twists and turns, and dialect that brings it all to life. Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2004 by Chip Hunter
OSC has done it again. This book is truly one of the best book's I have ever read. If you liked Ender's Game then you should like this as well. Read morePublished on Sept. 11 2003 by Forest J. Handford
Listened to this book while travelling. I have read and listed to the Ender's Saga. In between finishing those early books and starting the Homecoming series I discovered OSC's... Read morePublished on Sept. 30 2002 by Marsha Wheatley
I'm quite a fan of Orson Scott Card, and I appreciate that he lets his faith infuse his writing. Although not a Morman, I
recognize Card's inherent morality as one of his... Read more
My congratulations to Card on a fine work. This whole series is very good. He has created an entire civilization and society with rules and laws. Read morePublished on Aug. 21 2002 by Sonterro
First of all, this is a great book. While it's practically impossible to read unless you've read the one before it, that's how it is with most series'. Read morePublished on June 22 2001
I am a big fan of all of Card's books. This is another one of his spectacular works which portrays his wonderful way with characters and emotions. Read morePublished on May 27 2001 by D. Broockman
Follow the tales of the evil General Moozah and his desire to take over the city of Women. He has marched his powerful army down from the north in an attempt to prepare to take... Read morePublished on Aug. 7 2000 by Noah Webster