The Stars Trilogy by Harry Harrison – Dystopian Books Review

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Review, Synopsis, and Summary of To The Stars Trilogy

To the Stars is a trilogy written by Harry Harrison. This science-fiction trilogy comprises three books titled ‘Homeworld’ published in 1980, ‘Wheelworld’ published in 1981, and ‘Starworld’ published in 1981. The books developed into a combined 1991 publication.

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Author:  Harry Harrison

Genre: Science Fiction

Pages: 304

Good reads rating:  3.67/5

My Rating: 7.3/10

Published:  1991

Publisher: Del Rey

Language: English

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Review and Summary of Science Fiction Novel To The Stars Trilogy

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Harry Harrison completed this trilogy with a dystopian background after some centuries. The author focuses homeworld on a dystopia world evident of depleted natural resources. Subsequently, the shortage of natural resources impacts on the world’s survival. A ruthless totalitarian oligarchy rules the earth and other interstellar colonies. Jan Kulozik changed into a rebel after experiencing diverse challenges.

In the Wheelworld, Jan Kulozik becomes exiled to an agricultural colony where he faces some new demands. Starworld comes with different complexities as the earth empire colony becomes abolished by an interstellar rebellion. Jan Kulozik returns to earth after his journey.

Final Say on Science Fiction Novel To The Stars Trilogy

I rated the novel 7.3 out of 10 because of the interesting storyline and science fiction used to tell the narrative. Harry Harrison remains famous for his science fiction novels. Unfortunately, this story becomes predictable in the end. Would I re-read this novel? No. Am I glad I read it? Yes.

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