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Homeworld (Star Wanderers #4)

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For years, Jeremiah has wandered the stars in search of a home. With his wife Noemi about to have a baby, he thinks he's finally found a place to settle down. The Zarmina system lies on the edge of the Outworld frontier, but together with their friends, they hope to establish a thriving new col
Kindle Edition, 74 pages
Published November 30th 2012
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This is the fourth book in a series a novelettes. There are 8 total, but the first 4 are the main story while books 5-8 are alternate points of view that tie into the main story. I chose to review books 1-4 together since they are rather serialized. I have not read books 5-8 yet, but will probably get to those later.

I found this series quite enjoyable. The main character Jeremiah was very likeable and in my opinion, in some ways kind of a fresh perspective on a male character. The way his charac
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Joe Vasicek has done it again in Star Wanderers Part 4 Homeworld.
In this continuing Sci fi novella, it is all about "Home". Can you imagine traveling the Galaxy with no where to call home? And then finding the perfect place to call home only to be taken prisoner on it by pirates. This home is worth fighting for and that is exactly what the hero of the story, Jeremiah does!
Jan 13, 2014 Benjamin rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book has a great mix of both external and internal conflicts for everyone involved. I felt it was an exciting end for this particular arc of the Star Wanderers series.
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When Joe Vasicek was seven years old, he saw Star Wars and instantly fell in love with Science Fiction & Fantasy. A year later, when he read A Wrinkle in Time and The Neverending Story, he knew he was destined to be a writer.

As a young man, he spent several years as a global nomad, criss-crossing the United States and trekking across the mountains of the Caucasus, the shores of the Mediterrane
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