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Jack McDevitt is great---I've read all of his books.
Readers of this story might find it a bit confusing at times, with so many characters to keep track of, and so much chasing around the galaxy to different places.
For sci-fi fans who like readable narratives, good characters and a good mystery, this book (and this author) are highly recommended.
This was a cool Alex Benedict novel, the third I’ve read, though I’m reading them out of sequence. But I digress…. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Scotman's Critic's Corner
I love this author and have read a majority of his novels. Anyone reading his stories are likely to find themselves unable to put down the book.Published 5 months ago by Aparicio, JL
It's ultimately an archaeology based mystery but set in a space opera. Well written with a couple of nice twists.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
An enjoyable story but the book was more than half over before I felt truly involved. Not one of the better Alex Benedict storiesPublished 6 months ago by Greg
This was an early read in my McDevitt habit for me, and the book that hooked me into his fiction. Read accordingly. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephen Mann
Really very enjoyable. McDevitt is excellent at blending Sf and mystery. I recommend this and the rest if the series. I've bought and read all of them.Published 7 months ago by infrequent
First off: I actually listened to the audible version, it's less expensive to buy kindle the audio, than just audible. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Hosta Fan
Not compelling but OK. I need sixteen more words to get his posted and I am almost finished posting what I could have with four.Published 8 months ago by Harlan Lachman
The second in McDevitt's Alex Benedict novels, Polaris extends the characters and feel of the series by using the voice of Chase Kolpath, Benedict's talented and likeable pilot. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Nigel Kirk