War comes home to the Sol system when the Drasin track a human ship back to Earth, with devastating consequences. Facing massive force of invading alien ships wielding terrible power, the crew of the NAC spacecraft, their allies, and the people of Earth must mount a desperate effort to stop them.
Doomed from the start, but with nowhere to retreat, Captain Eric Weston commits his ship to the defense of the human race even as the human outposts in Sol system fall one by one before the unrelenting Drasin onslaught.
A first-rate military science fiction epic that combines old-school space opera and modern storytelling, Homeworld: Odyssey One, the third installment of the Odyssey One Series, continues the exhilarating, hard-pressed action as the Captain Weston faces an overwhelming enemy threatening not just his ship and crew, but the future of Earth as well.
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Yes. Its got a good story the plot is interesting and
Mr Darcie does equally well with all the character voices.
I hate spoilers but it was when the Odyessy was apparently destroyed.
Its a good story with interesting characters. The action is well done and there is enough mystery to the story that it will be interesting to see where it goes since Earth was lost.
Filled with action, depth of character development and a compelling story line, Homeworld is a book worth having. Yet, in companion with the audio version, which is very well read by Benjamin L. Darcie,I was able to fully enjoy this volume in a variety of environments. It truly magnified my enjoyment to be able to pick up the Kindle and read or enjoy Mr. Darcie's fine storytelling ability while driving. Thank you Evan Currie, Benjamin Darcie and Audible!!
Yes. Currie paints such a vibrant and fun universe to escape into.
Darcie's perfect for this series.
Without any spoilers.... This book was absolutely riveting right up until the last few chapters which came across as an eye rolling cop-out ending.I've already listened to the ending several times already just to see if I missed something, but it only left me disappointed. The rest of the book was so strong, but the ending just fell flat for me.
The story has face-paced adventure, but there are some logical issues that creep up from time to time (e.g., how can people who apparently fled from a galactic empire as a space-traveling species with presumably the ability to use stored history not realize that nearly identical ships to the ones they build are from the same galactic empire they fled? How can critters that typically freeze to death floating in space after devouring planets survive floating in space laying in waiting to attack ships?). Oh well. It is science fiction, and I can suspend disbelief. However, the last chapter just did me in with the introduction of a new character that just killed the tension and seems a little too pat to me. I really liked the book, right up to the last 8 minutes or so.
Sure, although I think one would have to really, really like military science fiction to really enjoy the books.
Darcie did a great job in general.
Well, dang. The book ended on a cliffhanger that leaves the entire focus of the story unresolved. Yes, it needs a follow-up book, but I am concerned that it is will take a turn towards the mystical, as opposed to a science fiction structure.
Just relived the book for the 3rd or 4th time, soo yes just fun fun fun.
Jack Campbell the lost fleet saga. Just existing
Love this story. Hopefully we can get more from this author on audio formats.
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