To Earth and Back

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A Hebrew girl is hounded by war—the case study of an alien physician orbiting the earth. After years of observation, to him, she seems like family. When the now 19-year-old woman’s life is threatened, the starship’s council must decide—break strict protocol for the sake of their beloved physician or allow the young woman to perish. More
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About William Boardman

William Boardman is the author of the To Earth and Back series (The Mission, The Afterlife). He is a retired US Air Force photojournalist whose career spanned 26 years and took him to locations around the world: Far East, Middle East, Europe, Asia, South Pacific, South America, and North America (46 states plus Canada).

After completing photojournalism training at Syracuse University, his work entailed mixing words and imagery to tell the Air Force story. Subject matter included military deployment and conflict, aeronautical research, humanitarian relief, aerial imaging, human interest, etc. His work has been published in military publications and national periodicals.

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Review by: elsmoko on April 28, 2018 :
Unique story. Creative, with skillful blend of some real world harsh/violent history and fictional extraterrestrial historical exploration, discovery and intriguing Earthling + "ET" interaction. Our Creator is thoughtfully included as a recurring theme. Looking forward to the sequel.
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Review by: pgturner on Nov. 5, 2017 :
William Boardman weaves incidents of World War II, a futuristic civilization, and medicine together to create a uniquely interesting story. This is a science fiction tale of how a young woman matures in her faith as she experiences the harrowing persecution of the Third Reich while being observed from afar by an alien doctor. Reading this book strengthened my faith in God, knowing He is always there no matter where my journey in life is taking me.
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Review by: Molly Lofties on Oct. 4, 2017 :
I was intrigued from the start and could not put it down. Two civilizations, centuries apart, are thrust together when a life- threatening event changes their mission purpose of data collection to engaging with Earth’s inhabitants. Boardman has written a fast-moving science fiction novel with intelligent characters; drama; technical detail; enduring faith and a hope of more to come.
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Review by: Val Ramsey on Aug. 28, 2017 :
This book grabs you from the very beginning with the setup . Great characters, and I could not put it down until I was done, I look forward to readimg more as you finish them,
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Review by: salonqueen on Aug. 18, 2017 :
A remarkably enjoyable book--a book for everyone. For me, as I read it through, it became almost real--exciting at times--at other times quite amusing. The science was well researched and added significantly to the realism.
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Review by: mvann on July 10, 2017 :
A very entertaining and enjoyable read! Such a unique perspective on the whole universe God created. The author's ability to create believable characters and situations are astounding, and his attention to certain details make the story more understandable. Really an easy read and hard to put down.
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Review by: inkmei on Jan. 28, 2017 :
This is a charming story about a young Jewish lady and her life in Nazi territory and beyond. And it's a story about aliens. A combination unlike any I've read before. A big plus for me is it is a clean story, no profanity or explicit sexual details. Oh, and did I mention it is a story about Christians? The first part of the book is a little difficult to get through and it is all history of the alien people, but once you get through that part, it is a pleasant and interesting read. I am certainly looking forward to the next book.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
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