Official Review: Homecoming by Jude Austin

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Prisallen wrote: 17 Apr 2020, 08:44 Wow! This sounds like a fantastic story. I haven't read the first book yet, but after reading your review, it makes me want to read both of them. Well-done!
Please do! I really loved these. Jude Austin is a great author - very inventive and very talented!
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Very interesting review I need to to se what will be the end
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Both Project Tau and Homecoming appealed to me when I sampled excerpts from them. Your review seals my decision to read them. Thanks so much for both the review and the suggestion!
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Shrabastee wrote: 19 Apr 2020, 09:45 Both Project Tau and Homecoming appealed to me when I sampled excerpts from them. Your review seals my decision to read them. Thanks so much for both the review and the suggestion!
I'm so glad you're taking the plunge. I know you won't regret it! Happy reading!
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Amazing review! We all know Jude is achingly talented, so I'm very excited to read this one as well.
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So many great things about this book! Well-developed characters, humor, action, and important themes. Not to mention an exciting sci-fi setting. I haven’t had a chance to read Project Tau yet, but this review has me wanting to read both. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about this sequel in an excellent review!
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damis wrote: 20 Apr 2020, 05:39 Amazing review! We all know Jude is achingly talented, so I'm very excited to read this one as well.
You are so right about that! I just can't get over how talented she is. I'm glad I could enjoy her gift. Thanks.
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Everydayadventure15 wrote: 20 Apr 2020, 07:22 So many great things about this book! Well-developed characters, humor, action, and important themes. Not to mention an exciting sci-fi setting. I haven’t had a chance to read Project Tau yet, but this review has me wanting to read both. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about this sequel in an excellent review!
You'll definitely want to start with Project Tau first, but I do highly recommend both. There really isn't any downside to it. Thanks!
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When you can connect with the characters and develop a friendship you know the author has done a terrific job drawing you into the plot. Good review!
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spencermack wrote: 21 Apr 2020, 12:18 When you can connect with the characters and develop a friendship you know the author has done a terrific job drawing you into the plot. Good review!
I agree. I love being able to connect with the characters emotionally. Thanks!
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I really liked Project Tau, and I have plans to start this next book soon. I'm glad to see that it delivers as well as, if not better than, the first. Thank you for another splendid review!
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Kenesha L Fowler wrote: 25 Apr 2020, 03:27 I really liked Project Tau, and I have plans to start this next book soon. I'm glad to see that it delivers as well as, if not better than, the first. Thank you for another splendid review!
You will definitely enjoy this! I love Jude Austin's writing. Please let me know how you like it.
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This is a great review! I'm new and I actually read the first one because of your review on it! I haven't read Homecoming yet but I'm excited to start based on what you've said!!
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I agree with all you've said about project Tau,it was a page Turner for me.I am definitely going to read it.Thanks for the review.
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[MagicDragonInc] wrote: 27 Apr 2020, 00:47 This is a great review! I'm new and I actually read the first one because of your review on it! I haven't read Homecoming yet but I'm excited to start based on what you've said!!
I almost think that this one is better than the first. That's a rare thing. They are BOTH worth reading, though. I hope you enjoy!
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