I'm a Science Fiction fan but it's not the only genre I read. That being said, I was in a reading funk lately...starting several books but not really into any of them. That's when Frederick Pohl's book "Homegoing" crossed my counter. It caught my attention and I thoroughly enjoyed it! It's a story of a 20-something young man who has been raised from a zygote...rescued by the aliens as his parents died...and is now being returned to Earth. The adventures and antics involved kept me interested despite the dated feeling of the story. It was written in the '80's, but still talked about some of the relevant concerns we have today. I liked the story so much, that I'm now reading another of Frederick Pohl's books, "Jem". On deck I also have 5 other novels by Frederick Pohl. Yes, I'm focusing on him for the moment! :) Happy Reading everyone!