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Al Clark: Avalon by Jonathan G. Meyer is the second in the Al Clark space adventure series and takes up the story five years after the colonization of the planet Avalon. Earth was dying a slow death. Of the one thousand that began the journey on Excalibur, an Earth colony ship, only eight hundred plus lived the many-years journey to start a new world. After clearing their new home of nearby predators, the unspoiled mountain valley they settled into provided all their needs, and their technology and resources of their orbiting ship made Avalon a paradise Now the resources are running out and they need to discover and mine new natural resources.
On a search for the necessary resources, they find something extraordinary, something that is the answer to all their problems, maybe. But, they have another problem, a new group of highly intelligent predators has banded together to destroy the newcomers and restore their land. Although starving, they are biding their time until the perfect moment to strike. Al knows they must do something if the colonists are to survive this new deadly threat…
Another great story by Jonathan G. Meyer! In the second installment, Al Clark: Avalon, Meyer has taken his characters and expanded them to show strengths and weaknesses. He has introduced new content and characters, and the plot twists keep the reader wanting more. The sense of danger is ever present and the reader will want to keep turning the pages to see if and when disaster will strike. If you like good, simple space adventure, then this series is a must-read for you. I'm looking forward to reading part 3.