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  • Paperback
  • 430 pages
  • Earthborn (Homecoming, #5)
  • Orson Scott Card
  • English
  • 10 November 2018
  • 0812532988

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10 thoughts on “Earthborn (Homecoming, #5)

  1. says:

    This is the only book I ve ever bothered to review onbecause it pissed me off so much Text follows.So you ve read books one through four You were impressed by Card s fascinating premise in book one, started to get really turned on to his idea of god as a machine in book two, loved the fantastic revelations and conflict in book three, and were intrigued by the first hand narratives of diggers and angels in book four I guess I should see how it ends, you say to yourself.Don t be a foo This is the only book I ve ever bothered to...

  2. says:

    This book sigh Card is my favorite Sci Fi author The first four Homecoming books were fantastic Many seem to complain about how much Mormonism is in this series specifically book 5 but that s just it The novels were actually BASED on the book of Mormon I m not of the Mormon belief myself, and no offense meant by this but Mormon beliefs make for great science fiction, heh.Anyway back on topic, this book is not about the characters you come to love and hate in the first four books of t This book sigh Card is my favorite Sci Fi author The first four Homecoming books were fantastic Many seem to complain about how much Mormonism is in this series specifically book 5 but that s just it The novels were actually BASED on the book of Mormon I m not of the Mormon belief mys...

  3. says:

    Like in the other Homecoming books, the characters are very well designed and realistic and I quickly got interested in them and the plot I got a slower start on the first 30 or so pages, because of the new naming scheme and the all new characters But after this, the story started flowing.The focus on religion is stronger, but it also deals with racism and discrimination against women I saw that many readers were disappointed of its significantly religious nature, but for myself it did noth Like in the other Homecoming books, the characters are very well designed and realistic and I quickly got interested in them and the plot I got a slower start on the first 30 or so pages, because of the new naming scheme and the all new characters But after ...

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Not quite as good as the other books in the series, I thought I do like the way that he wraps up the whole history of the Keeper of Earth s visions in a neat little meaningful package But I just had so much invested in Nafai and Luet, Oykib and Chveya, all the rest and their conflict with Elemak and his team I couldn t help but be disappointed from the start when I realized that they were all long dead Only Shedemei the one character with whom I identified the least was left.Of course, C Not quite as good as the other books in the series, I thought I do like the way that he wraps up the whole history of the Keeper of Earth s visions in a neat little ...

  5. says:

    This book pissed me right the eff off I read this whole series two and a half years ago and I m still mad thinking about it You spend four whole books getting invested in a series of characters, a particular world and culture, etc., and then the final one is set thousands of years in the future with a totally new society If that s what you wanted why...

  6. says:

    Of all of Orson Scott Card s books, Earthborn is probably my least favorite It is not that the novel is not well written it is or that it lacks a good story it does not But its role as the fifth and final book in a series makes it feel like an incomplete ending Unlike the rest of the novels in the Homecoming series, Earthborn lacks most of the characters we have come to identify with Of the original cast, we have only Shedemai, the Oversoul, and the Keeper of the Earth I never re Of all of Orson Scott Card s books, Earthborn is probably my least favorite It is not that the novel is not well written it is or that it lacks a good story it does not But its role as the fifth and final book in a series makes it feel like an incomplete ending Unlike the rest of the novels in the Homecoming series, Earthborn lacks most of the characters we have come to identify with Of the original cast, we have only Shedemai, the Oversoul, and the Keeper of the Earth I never really understood why Shedemai had to sit around in a starship for generations, watching over the repopulated Earth, and this book doesn t seem to explain it Although her final dream from the Keeper fits well into this novel, it doesn t work for the series why didn t Nafai or Luet or Shedemai just have the dream to send a probe back to Basilica and be done with it Similarly, the true understanding of the Keeper is very weak Of course, Card set us up for this when he made God a computer program in the first fo...

  7. says:

    I felt Card had literally lost the plot by this point According to the first books in the series, the mighty computer that has kept the planet Harmony harmonious for millions of years the Oversoul is now beginning to run down Because it has achieved this by limiting technology, there is no technology on Harmony advanced enough to fix it, so it sends a party back to Earth, where it had originally come from, for fresh instructions.By the time the party reach Earth, though, they have apparent I felt Card had literally lost the plot by...

  8. says:

    In the homecoming series, this book is the most disconnected Card does a great job at tying everything together, but old characters are gone, and this is a story in and of itself The previous book only provide supporting details, but aren t essential to enjoying it Humans, angels, and diggers have found it hard to coexist with each other after several centuries on Earth Shedemei and the Oversoul are searching for the divine architect, the Keeper With the Earth on the brink of war again, She In the homecoming series, this book is the most disconnected Card does a great job at tying everything together, but old characters are gone, and this is a story in and of itself The previous book only provide supporting details, but aren t essential to enjoying it Humans, angels, and diggers have found it hard to coexist with each other after several centuries on Earth Shedemei and the Oversoul are searching for the divine architect, the Keeper With the Earth on the brink of war again, Shedemei and a few men and women seek to shape its future and stem the rising tide of hate and violence.Earthborn dives deep into individual characters and gives insight to the spiritual struggles we sometimes face I really appreciated the insights and cor...

  9. says:

    I m really glad I read reviews of this book before I started it After the horrible disappointment of Crystal City Card s depressingly anti climatic conclusion to his otherwise enjoyable Alvin Maker series I was nervous about finishing this series, but the all the negative reviews prepared me for the worst Yes, this book jumps way into the future leaving all the characters you ve grown to know after four books behind, however the new characters and plot lines are...

  10. says:

    The final book of the Homecoming Saga It does offer some closure at least for Shedemai and the Oversoul but itwas a disappointment, especially when compared to the first book.I have to say that I like my sci fi or fantasy novels not to mix too much with religion Unfortunately, this book isabout religion than science fiction.Don t get me wrong, I m fine with the general ideas that it is based on a greater being that IS in everything but is nothing in itself,than any human, evol The final book of the Homecoming Saga It does offer some closure at least for Shedemai and the Oversoul but itwas a disappointment, especially when compared to the first book.I have to say that I like my sci fi or fantasy novels not to mix too much with religion Unfortunately, this book isabout religion than science fiction.Don t get me wrong, ...

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