Official Review: Homecoming by Jude Austin

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Re: Official Review: Homecoming by Jude Austin

Post by Mstrtim »

From the review and samples pages that I read, this appears to be a space travel buddy story. For those who enjoy this type of fiction, I'm sure it will be nicely received. Personally, it's not of interest so I won't be reading it. Nor am I inclined to go back and read the first novel in the series. Nevertheless, congratulations to the author on receiving BOTD honors.

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Post by TuyetMai »

Not a fan of the genre, but I can tell it’s a good book when the characters, even the secondary ones, are carefully crafted. It’s great that you’ve enjoyed this book so much that you’d read it again and again. Thanks for the review.

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Post by honesty_pays »

Project tau was an amazing read as the author's writing style was on point. He took the time to give readers an interesting science fiction book. I would love to check what he would add to this sequel. Nice review I hope I won't be disappointed :techie-reference:

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Post by aby johnson »

I love thriller fantasy novels and looking forward to get this one fast. Can't wait to explore this world of fantasy and mystics.
Smile, for better days are yet to come :D

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Post by I_is_Hecate »

I haven't read the first part yet! But after this review, I definitely want to read both th book! The book seems very interesting! Congratulations on the BOTD!

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Post by Mich Cyrus »

I've read Project Tau and I must admit it's insanely captivating.
I can't wait to read this volume, courtesy of this impeccable review.

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Post by Stephanie Elizabeth »

I like that even though it's a science fiction book, the author also includes strong character development and highlights human rights issues. Like the reviewer, I also enjoyed the humorous and creative ways that the author describes things. I especially loved the cat/hair ball reference. Thanks for the excellent review.

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Post by gabrielletiemi »

I'm very curious to see what will happen to Tau and Kata. Science fiction books like this one always catch my attention. I'm already thinking about what you commented in your review about what makes a human being. It's such a complex question that the author brings in this series. I enjoyed reading your review! Thanks and great job!

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Post by Pinning_RJ »

I haven't read the first book but have heard many positive reviews about it. And just the same, I expect from this book too because I trust Jude Austen! And this whole series is in my bucket list! Heartiest congratulations on BOTD!
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Post by HannahsReads »

I read Project Tau and really enjoyed it. After reading your review, I want to read the sequel as well!

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Post by Saint Bruno »

Thanks for the great review and recommendation. Fantasy books where the author the author builds vivid worlds are the most intriguing. It's nice to learn that this one is so.

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Post by scaryeyes_25 »

Yes, Wow. Wow to your review. You made me want to try the first book so I can also dive into this. Great job. Keep it up!

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Post by Readerjorge »

The book two of the series Projects, a science fiction work with action and adventure. It also includes humor and well-developed characters. It captures my attention but I have not yet read Book 1, Project Tau.

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Post by Cazrichmond »

I have not read the first book but from you great review both sounds intriguing. A great sci-fi with original and unique themes. Also emotional content too, sounds like a riveting read.

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Post by Devalsodha »

That's a wonderful review!
Though SciFi isn't my favourite genre, I will definitely read this.
I always enjoy thrill and love interesting stories.

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