Sandy Washington was a pretty normal guy. The only unusual thing about him was that Sandy had been raised by aliens on their spaceship. The Hakh'hli had done everything they could to give Sandy an Earth-type boyhood. Now, finally, the Hakh'hli were bringing Sandy home to Earth. And while they were at it, they intended to give humanity some extraordinary gifts. The Hakh'hli seemed to have Sandy's -- and humanity's -- best interests at heart. But the people of Earth weren't so sure . . .
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Review: HomegoingUser Review - Harpoon - Goodreads
This book is fun, a quick read, not too profound. I enjoyed it. Suitable for mature teenagers. Many of the customs of the alien race are based on reproduction, so there's a lot of emphasis on sex, but mostly in a cartoonish way -- nothing graphic. Read full review
Review: HomegoingUser Review - DL Morrese - Goodreads
Good characters. Enjoyable positive sci-fi of strange aliens and humanity recovering from its own mistakes. Read full review