[KINDLE] ❁ Homeworld Author Harry Harrison – Online-carhire-spain.co.uk

Homeworld Jan Kulozik Was One Of Earth S Privileged Elite A Brilliant Young Electronics Engineer, He Enjoyed All The Blessings Of A Rd Century Civilization That Survived The Global Collapse And Conquered The Stars, Unaware Of The Millions Who Slaved Or Starved To Maintain His Way Of LifeThen Jan Met Sara, A Beautiful Agent Of The Rebel Underground Dedicated To Smashing Earth S Rigid Caste System Through Her He Discovered The Truth Behind The Lies He D Been Taught His Every Move Watched By State Surveillance, Jan Risked His Position And His Life To Restore Humanity S Heritage

10 thoughts on “Homeworld

  1. says:

    I don t think this book ever got its due Harry Harrison will always be best known and loved for The Stainless Steel Rat But, trust me on this, if you spot any of his books with the word world in the title, grab it, read it I have always found the

  2. says:

    I liked this book very much I read the second book back when I was in high school and only recently decided to read all three parts.As far as dystopian fiction goes, I don t think there is anything new here What makes the book, however, is Harrion s wr

  3. says:

    This story was bad all the way around, the Hero was perfect, totally logical, cared about everyone, completely selfless, and perfectly positioned He is always up against some force of pure evil that wants to exploit and harm for selfish reasons The writing

  4. says:

    I used to think I liked Harry Harrison s work, now no longer with us apparently, but even though Homeworld had been on my bookshelf for years I had never completed it, and now having done so I can understand why It shows its age 1980 although when you have finis

  5. says:

    I picked this from one of my many Small Stacks of Found books found this in an antique shop in Tennessee for a read today while on holiday a little cultural appropriation there, but then Harrison did place this one in a semi sort of 23rd century near future England S

  6. says:

    It s a decent book and it passed the time on train trips to from London but it s trying to exist in the same mould as 1984 which does itterrifyingly and threateningly I loved Harry Harrison s Stainless Steel Rat series, which feltoriginal, while this feels a bitme too whi

  7. says:

    If you read Harrison to get a philosophical sense of science fiction and or futuristic revelation, let me spoil it all for you The murderer is disillusionment with wide shoulders However, the utmost joy and excitement await you if you read it as a space action fiction opera Co

  8. says:

    Homeworld, in 1980, was a reprise of 1984 and Fahrenheit 451 Today it is as topical as its forerunners are, still The frog boiling experts have won Against ignorance the gods themselves strive in vain Good people will read this and weep, knowing Jon would today die in a hail of SWA

  9. says:

    This book has aged itself out of being sci fi, far too much of what is proposed is either now possible or actually easier to track someone today Overall it reads like something between the 39 steps and Brave new world, high octane thriller set in a dystopian future The protagonist has l

  10. says:

    Typical ya uprising story but supposed to be an adult book Fairly interesting yet dry at the same time A man high up in society notices how the lower classes are treated and tries to do something to help change He gets involved with a free government Israel and some shenanigans ensue on Eart

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