Far From Home: The Complete Series

Far From Home: The Complete Series

Tony Healey Laurie Laliberte Keri Knutson / Nov 13, 2019

Far From Home The Complete Series The Top Bestselling Sensation All installments of the blockbuster scifi serial collected together for the first time in one complete volume Nearly pages long the Far From Home series has

  • Title: Far From Home: The Complete Series
  • Author: Tony Healey Laurie Laliberte Keri Knutson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Top 100 Bestselling Sensation All 12 installments of the blockbuster scifi serial collected together for the first time in one complete volume Nearly 1000 pages long, the Far From Home series has remained in the Top 100 in its respective categories since publication and continues to be a bestelling sensation and a smash hit with readers the world over Follow tThe Top 100 Bestselling Sensation All 12 installments of the blockbuster scifi serial collected together for the first time in one complete volume Nearly 1000 pages long, the Far From Home series has remained in the Top 100 in its respective categories since publication and continues to be a bestelling sensation and a smash hit with readers the world over Follow the adventures of Captain Jessica King and the crew of the Defiant as they find themselves pulled into a black hole and thrown from everything they have ever known If you liked Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek and Star Wars then you will LOVE the Far From Home series, an epic adventure unlike anything you ve ever read

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      • Tony Healey Laurie Laliberte Keri Knutson

        Tony Healey is the bestselling author of the Far From Home series He has written alongside such award winning authors as Alan Dean Foster and Harlan Ellison.Tony is currently working on book two of his Harper Lane series, of which Hope s Peak is the first installment He lives with his wife and four daughters in Sussex, England.Visit his website at tonyhealeyLike his Facebook Page at facebook fringescientistTweet him at twitter FringeScientist


    114 Comments

    1. I guess it's easy for people to criticise, even though it is listed as a collection of serials. And it must be great to know we have so many Nuclear Physicists, Military Personnel, Military Tacticians and Astro-physicists reading this series.Personally I really enjoyed each of the individual novellas for what they were, fast paced, action packed, space drama, similar to Battlestar or Star Trek.I will admit that some of the dialogue isn't the best ever written, but seriously, when you buy a serie [...]


    2. Not a bad book, but it suffered from having plots that were too short, outcomes that were too Star Trek (a simple win against the odds, at the cost of a few crew members) and very shallow characterizations outside of the main 3 cast members. But just when I thought the whole storyline was running out of steam, a clever twist a la Bobby Ewing to reset everything!


    3. I have mixed feelings about this work. I enjoyed reading it, and it held my attention all the way through, so that's why I'm giving it four stars instead of just three or two. Healey manages to hold enough characterization and plot together to keep the story moving well, so generally, I would classify the work as a success. The concept is what really sells the story to the reader: going through a black hole, being displaced in time and space, and the great brooding black pyramids everywhere. Nic [...]


    4. I started reading this, but I couldn't stand it. So many, too-obvious borrowings from other fictional universes. Not just names and technologies and organizing principles, but almost actual words spoken by the characters. Just write fanfic, if that's your bag.Beyond that, I started noticing glaring inconsistencies just in the first two pages.


    5. Page turnerA bit too much fighting to my taste but still enjoyable. I am definitely reading book two, hoping that exploration will take precedence.



    6. I considered giving this a three star. Not because the writing isn't good, I'm just getting tired of authors who don't understand orbital mechanics. I know the math for fighting in space will likely result in a boring battle, but I can stand for only so many violations of the laws of physics.Aside from my whining, the story was well done and the plot moved along well. I enjoyed the female captain although I think the author's perspective is still a little sexist. When a male captain takes over a [...]


    7. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. To me it read like fanfiction. I feel like the book was paid by the word. Unnecessary description of menial tasks that, to me at least, felt like fluff.The stories had a couple minor surprises, but generally you knew who was going to make it, who wasn't.By the second half of the book, I started to skim through the pages. I just wanted to know how the story was going to end, I didn't care about the adventure along the way.It just felt forced.So wouldn't recomm [...]


    8. I like the story lines, the characters are good and interesting following them through the adventures. I enjoyed Tony's stretch of imagination along the story.What I really disliked is the repeating of whole paragraphs as if these were short stories needing lead in to tell the past. I thought I read this was suppose to be his novels and that happening is quite disappointing not only with that part of his writing but also his editors / publishers lack of caring or discipline Quite amateurish


    9. This is a good time. Leans more toward the Fiction part of Science Fiction, so don't expect anything technically robust (or even accurate). It has the feel of a militaristic Star Trek. You know, especially in Voyager, when they would have the multi-episode story arcs? The story is fun though no character is safe. And speaking of characters, there are some big personalities here. It helps you get invested in them quickly.Curl up under a blanket, leave your higher thinking behind, and enjoy.


    10. I enjoyed the bookI really liked the characters and the story. what I didn't like was the way the author would keep flashing back, which was part of completing the story but it was always an exact duplicate of that part of the story involved. It was too repetitive and got a little boring. the other thing was that most sci-fi writer's study science principles that they incorporate in the story to make it seem more plausible all in all a good book with some weaknesses


    11. Great sci-fi readingIf you love Star Trek, you will adore this book! The adventures are quite similar. Strong female roles. Love cropping up on a starship far from home. And a captain's love for her ship. It will wrench your heart at times and keep you on your toes. A fantastical page turner.


    12. A fun book to read. It's obvious in spots that Mr. Healey taking, shall we say, inspiration directly from some of his favourite science fiction tv shows and movies, but overall it works. Good characters abound. They are people that you care about and pull for. There are some nasty villains and lots of adventure.


    13. Wow, really enjoyed this book series. King was a really well done character alongside all the others as they raced throughout an unknown galaxy and fighting a no holds barred enemy. Can't wait for the next instalmentsPeace out


    14. Wow, really enjoyed this. There are elements of Star Trek, Star Wars and BSG. Loved the story and the characters. Will definitely be reading the other books in the series and other series by this author. I read a lot of space opera and this series really was satisfying.


    15. This book was a very pleasant surprise !Once started I found it hard to put down. It almost most seemed familiar to me in a way that reminded me of a Star trek spin-off named "Voyager".I really enjoyed this book.


    16. Space the finalI am a Star Trek fan, Star Wars too. This was a good book and I loved Jess, and Del and the whole gang. Story was well thought it, characters real people. Well done! I urge you to read this book. You will enjoy it!!


    17. One of the most exciting sci-fi series I have read. Complex characters and energy driven plot brings Far from Home to content with some of the masters of this genre.



    18. GREATGreat story GREAT plot ,GREAT characters,GREAT read. Loved the whole seriesRecommend this book to everyone that loves Science Fiction at list best.


    19. Enjoyed it immenselyAnyone who likes SCI FI Will enjoy this seriesIt has all all the things one would want a book like thisEnjoy!!!



    20. Great read. Great high adventure!You will want more from the first chapter. It's cool water for a thirsty world! Drink it up! I was stuck to my couch till the end of the book.





    21. A great collection in one!A solid story line with a very good plot and lots of twists and turns that will keep you guessing what is going to happen next. Can't wait for next book.


    22. I tried hard to finish this book, got about half way through it but I just couldn't. I found the writing to be stilted. The premise and technology a bit too far out there for my liking.


    23. A very fun read. The story is very reminiscent of class scifi with a great cast of characters to get to know.


    24. Great story I could hardly put it down!!Lots of exciting hard Sci Fi action, with non stop space battles! Although, I could do without, the same sex romance : (


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