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Jack McDevitt
Birth date: January 01, 1935
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The Professor
The Professor rated it 12 months ago
Utter bobbins. Jack McDevitt’s first novel but still exactly the sort of cloth-eared writing that gives science fiction a bad name among the general public. A slog to read, no humour and pre-school level characterisation. If this novel had been beamed from the Altheans humanity would have given it o...
IntheZone
IntheZone rated it 4 years ago
A Talent for War by Jack McDevitt is the 1st book in the Alex Benedict series by this author. It fits the classification of several different genre’s including space opera, adventure, mystery and historical fiction. I enjoyed the characters quite a bit and some of the world building was spectacular ...
IntheZone
IntheZone rated it 4 years ago
A Talent for War by Jack McDevitt is the 1st book in the Alex Benedict series by this author. It fits the classification of several different genre’s including space opera, adventure, mystery and historical fiction. I enjoyed the characters quite a bit and some of the world building was spectacular ...
Papyrus to Datapad
Papyrus to Datapad rated it 4 years ago
The best Alex Benedict book yet, as pure curiousity leads Chase and Alex into a mystery that some don't want solved - the mystery of what happened on a tour to an unknown solar system 28 years ago, and why are some people willing to kill to keep it quiet.Chase and Alex continue their now-typical inv...
Papyrus to Datapad
Papyrus to Datapad rated it 4 years ago
This book in the Alex Benedict series marked a bit of a turning point for the series in some ways. I've noted in previous reviews that the characters in the series seemed quite static, not changing or growing a great deal over the course of the books. There were some themes that travel cross-book,...
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