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The Engines of God

1 rating: 5.0
A book by Jack McDevitt

By the end of the twenty-second century, Earth's ravaged environment has become a time bomb ticking down to global self-destruction. Despite the fortuitous arrival of faster-than-light space travel, the search for a new home has so far located only one … see full wiki

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Author: Jack McDevitt
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher: Ace
1 review about The Engines of God

A masterpiece from a master of "hard" science fiction.

  • May 18, 2000
Rating:
+5
Once again, Jack McDevitt has provided in "The Engines of God" a ripping good tale that is at once believable, thought provoking, and exciting.

Disasters on multiple planets. Clues which suggest unexplained connections. Human conflict and drama. The struggle between pure scientific research and corporate and environmental need/greed. And a universe stranger than one can possibly imagine.

All these are themes which run through this well-written and fast paced book.

Take up and read!

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