Arcadia’s Children 4: Exodus
A sequel to Arcadia’s Children 3:
Andrew R. Williams
Pushley and Yalt are now on Midway. At the behest of the Great Ones, they set about finding transporters – one for Midway and one for the Great Ones in the Fyfield Valley. With Tarmy, and other assassins, on his tail, he goes to great lengths to remain hidden – and to remain alive. Who will find him first? Will he complete his mission? Book number four of the fabulous Arcadia’s Children series will keep you guessing all the way!
‘In a field crowded with disappointing tomes what a pleasure it was to read Arcadia’s Children 4: Exodus by Andrew R. William and be introduced to an exciting and gripping sci-fi adventure that holds the reader from start to finish.’ – Emerald Book Reviews
‘This is how sci-fi should be written. An engaging tale that makes the reader actually want to turn the pages’ – Atlantic Way Review
A spectacular flight of the imagination.
Although it takes only a single word to achieve liftoff, Arcadia’s Children 4: Exodus delivers another solid installment for the dedicated fans of sci-fi. The imagery in the writing style is suitably impressive, the characters and premise are compelling, and a clear effort has gone into producing something rather special while still upholding the spirit of hope and optimism the entire series embodies. Thus far, this is most definitely an adventure worth discovering. It leads to reflection, has well-defined characters, exciting battles and some moments of genuine wonder with the infinity of space. It’s a work that seeks its own personality within the saga. And, I think it has found it. Highly recommended and a well-deserved five stars from me.