Rewind

Rewind In the early years of the third millennium an alien ship lands in the New Mexico desert Its occupants are a mysterious yet peaceful life form known as the Holn After a six year stay during which t

  • Title: Rewind
  • Author: Terry England
  • ISBN: 9780380786961
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the early years of the third millennium, an alien ship lands in the New Mexico desert Its occupants are a mysterious, yet peaceful, life form known as the Holn After a six year stay, during which thousands of curious humans flock from all over the world to visit the spacecraft turned museum, the Holn depart suddenly, leaving behind 17 teens who had, until that morniIn the early years of the third millennium, an alien ship lands in the New Mexico desert Its occupants are a mysterious, yet peaceful, life form known as the Holn After a six year stay, during which thousands of curious humans flock from all over the world to visit the spacecraft turned museum, the Holn depart suddenly, leaving behind 17 teens who had, until that morning when they entered the alien craft, been adults Now, with complete memories of their former adult lives, they struggle to come to terms with this unasked for gift.
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    • Sue says:

      This is one of my favorite sci-fi books. I'd love to see it made into a movie! A bunch of adults are turned back into children, and the exploration of what rights these people should or should not have is really interesting.

    • Angela says:

      This was one I picked up on a whim in a used bookstore because the concept sounded interesting, and because I'm a sucker for stories with aliens that are similar enough to communicate with humans, but different enough to baffle us. It wasn't bad -- it's the sort of book I could imagine picking up in an airport, reading on the plane, and being more or less entertained the whole time, butMy criticism of this book isn't really the plot, or the writing style, or the characterization. Those were all [...]

    • John Tallett says:

      A really down-to-earth sci-fi story which forces you to question who you are as a human, who your neighbour is and what it means to be an adult or child. If you can see past the evolution and anti-faith bias, it's greatly entertaining.

    • Mark Gannon says:

      An interesting novel. Well written and easy to read. The first book I have read about age regression and it has left a good impression. The main characters are intirguing, and the author handeled their reaction to being turned into children very well. A book I would share with friends, or read again.

    • Lihtox says:

      It's been a while since I've read this book. I love the concept and I liked the main characters (the "children"), but the reactions to the children were ridiculous. Regardless of their physical stature, the "children" used to be adults and clearly think like adults (as any psychologist would be able to attest), so the decision to strip them of their legal rights as adults is over-the-top: stupidity for the sake of plot. I also remember religious groups being treated as strawmen, kneejerk "we don [...]

    • Jamie says:

      For a book that I did not find myself caring too much for, I did burn through it pretty quickly. For the most part, I was main put off by the short blips of chapters and insights into all of the various characters tracked throughout. I never got quite the in depth look at each I hoped for. The idea was interesting but fell short for me on the execution.

    • Tim says:

      If you work with children, this would be a sobering book to read. Puts you in their place.

    • Amanda says:

      I mean, it's a terrible book that tries to explore some good ideas and fails horrible.Don't read it; I'm sorry I wasted part of an evening on it.

    • Rick says:

      Interesting sci-fi story, not to mention author is friend of my brother's.

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