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Voyagers III: Star Brothers (Voyagers #3)

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Keith Stoner lay frozen in an alien spacecraft for fifteen long years; during that time he came to be something more than just an astronaut, just a man. Stoner became partly alien hismelf--merged with an alien intelligence embodied in the nanotechnology that lived inside Stoner's body.

The alien whose tomb that spacecraft was, brought humanity both a blessing and a deadly p
ebook, 352 pages
Published August 3rd 2010 by Tor Books (first published 1990)
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Suzanne Moore
I read this book without reading the first two in the series. Not knowing the early history of Keith Stoner didn't matter too much with this volume. I don't really have a desire to read space sci-fi but the story in this volume wasn't too bad. Keith who has been out of the scene for several years due to being frozen in an alien space abduction is rescued, thawed, and back with the power to regenerate damaged parts and stay forever young. There are political enemies who want to rule the planet an ...more
Amloid Mesa
Good series, we'll more like ok series
Rob Roy
This is the third book in a series of four. While it is a continuing story, each is quite different from the last. Bova brings a new twist to evolution and what it means to be human. There are several ancillary stories in this novel that seem to be completely disconnected, but in the end prove fundamental to the story. I cannot say much more without ruining the novel for the future reader. An enjoyable read.
Continues right along with the first two in a very enjoyable way. I admit this book seems a bit rushed compared to the first two, but I do like the way it ended with Stoner, Jo, and the kids zooming out into space in the ship they built. Great fun, and will soon tackle the recent fourth book Bova penned for this saga.
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Ben Bova was born on November 8, 1932 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1953, while attending Temple University, he married Rosa Cucinotta, they had a son and a daughter. He would later divorce Rosa in 1974. In that same year he married Barbara Berson Rose.

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