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The Engines of God - Jack McDevitt
The Engines of God
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An unknown race called the Monument-Makers creates a stunning array of gorgeous statues, scattering them throughout the galaxy and encoding them with strange inscriptions that hold the key to the survival of humankind. Reprint. AB. K.
An unknown race called the Monument-Makers creates a stunning array of gorgeous statues, scattering them throughout the galaxy and encoding them with strange inscriptions that hold the key to the survival of humankind. Reprint. AB. K.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780441002849 (0441002846)
Publisher: Ace
Pages no: 419
Edition language: English
Series: The Academy (#1)
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IntheZone
IntheZone rated it
4.0 The Engines of God
A great beginning to what looks to be a really fun series. Looking forward to continuing reading . Really like the way Jack McDevitt tells a story...
JL's Bibliomania
JL's Bibliomania rated it
3.0 Finished: The Engines of God
Finished rereading a few weeks ago because my younger son, the 10-year old SF lover, was interested. I couldn't remember the story well enough to decide whether it was OK for a soon-to-be 5th grader or included any of the triggers that my husband and I decided mean "save for later." I think I wo...
idamus
idamus rated it
3.0 The Engines of God
Interesting enough, but too many info dumps, I think they were newspaper headlines, the made me zone out and miss some narration
Kaia
Kaia rated it
3.0 Less Death by Stupid Next Time
This is one of those books I had a lot of mixed feelings about. I enjoyed reading it; the mystery in particular was intriguing, and I love the concept of space archaeology. But my brain kept nagging me about the problems, too. Both archaeology/history and planetology are...wobbly, at best. The chara...
cindywho
cindywho rated it
This was a perfectly serviceable space adventure with space travel, archaeology and monsters. The characters were a little thin, but the best part was that many of them were women, including the main character. It's nice to get an adventure story without it being uncomfortable because girls are ba...
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