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Publisher's Summary

War comes home to the Sol system when the Drasin track a human ship back to Earth, with devastating consequences. Facing massive force of invading alien ships wielding terrible power, the crew of the NAC spacecraft, their allies, and the people of Earth must mount a desperate effort to stop them.
Doomed from the start, but with nowhere to retreat, Captain Eric Weston commits his ship to the defense of the human race even as the human outposts in Sol system fall one by one before the unrelenting Drasin onslaught.
A first-rate military science fiction epic that combines old-school space opera and modern storytelling, Homeworld: Odyssey One, the third installment of the Odyssey One Series, continues the exhilarating, hard-pressed action as the Captain Weston faces an overwhelming enemy threatening not just his ship and crew, but the future of Earth as well.
©2013 Evan Currie (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
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5 out of 5 stars
By Teresa on 01-24-14

Wow! This is a Great Series. It sucks you in!

I started this series earlier this week. I had bought the first book many months ago and just got around to listening to it. I like science fiction, but I haven't really explored a lot of sf military soap opera until now. Evan Currie created a great story with characters that you fall in love with and root for, and he mixes in a lot of interesting science as well. Benjamin Darcie was great too (I'll have to listen to some other books he's narrated), the pace had the right rhythm and I enjoyed listening to him. If you plan to listen to this story, start with number 1 first. This book will stand on it's own but you'll have a better appreciation of what's going on if you listen to the story in series order. Can't wait for the next one.

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4 out of 5 stars
By thomas on 04-14-14

Well Done Modern Military Sci Fi

Would you consider the audio edition of Homeworld to be better than the print version?

I didn't read the print version....

What did you like best about this story?

This was a combination of several genres including military Sci-Fi, Space Opera and high concept storytelling. I thought it was well done and the the ending surprised me. There is going to have to be a 4th book in the series to resolve the story arch and I will listen to that book when it is available.

Which character – as performed by Benjamin L. Darcie – was your favorite?

The Admiral Funny and poignant

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The ending. I was shocked and fascinated at the same time.

Any additional comments?

I enjoyed this books. Solid, well written and plenty of action. Good fun!

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4 out of 5 stars
By julian on 03-02-18

Good stuff.

S good listen so thanks, am starting a new audio tonight so looking forward to that

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2 out of 5 stars
By Tanzilya on 07-24-16

What was it about?

What disappointed you about Homeworld?

I felt that the author forgot what the story was about and kept only a vague connection to the previous books. James Bond and Star Troopers, cool boys and girls..shoot, kill and similar teenage stuff. I also find the Confederation vs the Block line unnecessary and irritating in the world that has become really international, after all the book is written in the XXIst century. It is disappointing that the most brilliant and fascinating ideas about the gestalt and the Empire are not well developed and mentioned only as an afterthought.

What will your next listen be?

I like the concept and the story and will listen to the next book, but hopefully there will be less of macho in it and more of the thinking persona. I think Evan Currie is at his best when he comes up with interesting unorthodox ideas. His imagination is great, he just needs to think who he is writing for. Granted, I still like when good guys win.

What didn’t you like about Benjamin L. Darcie’s performance?

I was wondering why I was rather annoyed with this particular book in the whole series, but then realised that it was read by a different person. No disrespect, but there was too much effort to present the main character as a 'cool' guy with a husky sexy voice rather that a thinking, intelligent while passionate human being.

What character would you cut from Homeworld?

Lisa the communications officer.

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