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So, finally. Dumarest returns home. Tubb had written this immediately after the Terrae Data. So, one should think he knew what he was doing. But for a large part, this seems almost like a parody. Crazy detours on the way home. Including a Kalin replica cruising along with some spacecraft, another plot by the Cyclan, to ... what? Distract Dumarest? Also, there is always exactly one Cyber at a time who gets fooled by Dumarest. Well, not that the book is not brilliant. There are two women in it this time. The first gets rescued by Earl. She turns out to be the traitor in the end. She is the one who hands out the poisoned knife to the poor guy who fights Dumarest. Yes, the fight is in there. The other one is from the same planet as the first, a planet of raiders, but does not really like the trade. Will Earl learn to love her? Probably not. So, after the last attempt of the cybers failed, Earl is actually landing on planet Earth. It seems I have to read the final book as well.(Finally by the way, also in the sense that it took me 16 years to buy the book.I did not like the cover when it came out. And I thought it too expensive. Only, it went from expensive to astronomically expensive. Well, in the end, I had to bite the dust.)
Brawny men, buxom babes, crimson betrayal, bravery, giant wasps, and...Vikings!In!SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAACE!!!!!Dumarest continues has search for Earth, this time hooking up with a ship full of space-vikings. There's an interesting, small revelation where we learn that the Brotherhood isn't too keen on Earth.Since this is the second-to-last book in the series, one hopes that Dumarest might reach his objective soon.
Previously this was only available in a French Language edition, for reasons which Tubb explains in the introduction, as well as giving an interesting overview of the history of the saga since its beginnings in the 1960s.This is not the denouement that some fans might have hoped for after 31 previous volumes and a wait of another twelve years for some kind of resolution. Once again Dumarest is stranded on a backwater planet after raiders have stolen the consignment of solar generators he was hoping to sell for a profit in another world. Having captured a female raider, he persuades her to take him to the raiders who are based on a world where slavery is a way of life. The Cyclan, who until now believed Dumarest to be dead, receive information to the contrary and so send a Cyber to investigate.The Cyclan have been unable to replicate the secret formula that Dumarest holds, by which they could control the minds of puppet-leaders of world governments. Furthermore, the brains of cybers that have been stored in a vast underground linked network are going insane. Thus, the cyclan scientists have been working on artificial minds in cloned bodies into which the consciousnesses of the brains can be transferredDumarest, winning the confidence of the raiders, tells them that there will be plenty of wealth to be found on Earth, and they set off in a raider ship.There is a further volume (Child of Earth (2008)), the last, although whether it was planned to be the last remains to be seen.Certainly Dumarest has finally reached Earth so his quest appears to be at an end, which seems to be at odds with Tubb's thoughts in the introduction.'The Return' is a disjointed piece, flawed by a lack of focus on the narrative. There is a seemingly irrelevant side-trip to a world where the human colony has become subservient to symbiotic lizard/insect beasties, a section of the novel which could have been put to better use developing the characters and setting up the scenes for a decent climax.However it is to Gollancz' credit that they have issued this and the following volume in Kindle format along with a whole host of back catalogue good stuff.
In 2014 I determined to read E.C. Tubb's Dumarest Of Terra series from beginning to end. The novels are pretty light Space Opera that makes for easy reading.Earl Dumarest is a man who left earth by stowing away on a starship and conitinued travelling further and further away from a post apocalyptic Earth deep into the core of the galaxy colonized from Earth so long ago that most Humans have forgotten Earth's existence and popular theory suggests Humans eveolved simultaneously on different worlds. Each novel can be read by itself - Only Dumarest's quest for the location of Earth ties them together.
Not a resolution to the story, but as the novel's title implies, Earl achieves his goal of returning to Earth. And that's it. There's a foreword and introduction from Tubb that go into detail about why the series was not ended for so long, and the ideal plans for it that fell through. But as a reader, the satisfaction I wanted was to learn about Earth and why it was proscribed. Without any clarification on this, much of the hand-waving with regard to Earth that preceded "the return" seemed unclear and confusing.Read it to conclude the experience, and if you can get past the lack of resolution for the story, it is as good a novel as any other in the series.
Read the last two out of order because I was having a hard time finishing. Sense of accomplishment. This one was full of exposition and history.