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Homecoming: Harmony (Omnibus) (Homecoming Saga #1-3)

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They named the new world Harmony, expressing their greatest hope. As refugees from a devastated Earth, they knew humanity would never survive another global war. Exciting and thrilling book, including The Memory of Earth, The Call of Earth, and The Ships of Earth.
Hardcover, 840 pages
Published February 1st 1994 by Doubleday Books (first published 1992)
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The first book was excellent. The characters all turned a bit 2D in the second book. By the third, it seemed like Card just wanted to get it over with.
Carol Spears
After a discussion of Heinlein and Hubbard (and the religion that evolved from that to make up for the lack of income that being a writer gives you) and also after reading in Wikipedia that this Card series was based on the Book of Mormon and also because it was available in the local library and also because I really enjoyed Enders Game -- I read it.

Reading this series built up my tolerance so that I would be able to later read Song of Fire and Ice.
Robert Knight
this book is an amazing retelling of the story of lehi's family leaving jerusalem. i loved the book, even though i am not lds. definately a book to recommend.
Curtis Schofield
A Christmas gift from my mother - delightful and imaginative - years later I realized it was the same author as Enders game - two profoundly different books.
This Homecoming Series is based the story of Lehi and others in the Book of Mormon.
I really liked these first 3 books!
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