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    Dont bother

    Childish plot about a potentially good subject. Read Greg Bears books if you like intelligent narratives with more scientific accuracy.
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    A great read

    A very intriguing story. Hard to put down, and keeps you guessing until the end.
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    Thuderbird

    Classic McDevitt! It's a page turner. I enjoyed every page and am sincerely hoping for a third book!!
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    Uneven - Less than Stellar McDevitt

    I love Jack McDevitt and I've owned/read 90% of his work. I think A Talent for War, the Devil's Eye, and Firebird exceptional books. This effort, alas, less so. Not the least of which is how powerless the Federal government is portrayed. I find the evidence for extraterrestrial life more convincing than the portrayal of an ineffectual and powerless Federal government. I find the premise, actually, quite intriguing, but Mr. McDevitt did not build to it with his usual effectiveness. I've re-read the previously mentioned works many times (Firebird is one of my most favorite books of the past 10 years). I shall not be re-reading this work.
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    Okay

    Not one of his best and definitely not how I expected the series to go. Glad to see the strong First Nations portrayal. Left a lot of questions that I hope are answered in a future book
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