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I was sorry to see it end, but I enjoyed the series very much.
One example being the fact the human/alien is able to travel instantaneously over vast distances, yet is admittedly not able to violate the laws of physics.
If the author cares so little about his characters and setting, why should I care anything about them?
I just finished reading all four books in the Voyagers series. I really enjoyed the first three books but this last one, The Return, left me unsatisfied. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Ben Bova has put together a great finish for this series. I was sorry to see it end, but I enjoyed the series very much.Published 10 months ago by Dennis Phelan
I totally 100% agree with what was in this novel. It did my liberal heart good. Truly, I feel at times that we are one step from a world ruled by the moral majority. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kelli
The book is set in 2098 and Mr. Bova has the USA turned into a religious dictatorship and global warming has risen the oceans by over 100 feet. Read morePublished on June 11, 2012 by Michael Lynn Mcguire
Written well after the earlier novels, in this (final?) installment of the Voyagers series, Ben Bova uses the near light travel by Keith Stoner and his family to explain a jump... Read morePublished on May 6, 2012 by Neil G. Matthews
Alright, this review is going to contain spoilers so I'll warn everyone about that now.
In the fourth book of the Voyagers series, Keith Stoner comes back to Earth to... Read more
Not exactly the followup I was expecting to Voyagers III, still it is an interesting take on what the near future could hold. Read morePublished on January 29, 2012 by R. M. Araya
Relevant to the current state of our world today. This is one of my favorites of what I've read of Bova's books so far.Published on June 18, 2011 by sfbj