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Continuing the story line of Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s Revenge, this futuristic sci-fi tale brings back Mick Tarmy and a cast of characters guaranteed to create a fascinating journey to destroy a plantation dedicated to growing zuka milk, which produces a powerful narcotic street drug. The Great Ones, who use the drug to raise funds for their war against humanity, wil Continuing the story line of Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s Revenge, this futuristic sci-fi tale brings back Mick Tarmy and a cast of characters guaranteed to create a fascinating journey to destroy a plantation dedicated to growing zuka milk, which produces a powerful narcotic street drug. The Great Ones, who use the drug to raise funds for their war against humanity, will go to any lengths to stop Mick, his cohorts Claire Hyndman and Nonie Tomio, from their mission. Journey through a world filled with aliens, robots and clones in this book that is a cracking good read for all ages.


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Continuing the story line of Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s Revenge, this futuristic sci-fi tale brings back Mick Tarmy and a cast of characters guaranteed to create a fascinating journey to destroy a plantation dedicated to growing zuka milk, which produces a powerful narcotic street drug. The Great Ones, who use the drug to raise funds for their war against humanity, wil Continuing the story line of Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s Revenge, this futuristic sci-fi tale brings back Mick Tarmy and a cast of characters guaranteed to create a fascinating journey to destroy a plantation dedicated to growing zuka milk, which produces a powerful narcotic street drug. The Great Ones, who use the drug to raise funds for their war against humanity, will go to any lengths to stop Mick, his cohorts Claire Hyndman and Nonie Tomio, from their mission. Journey through a world filled with aliens, robots and clones in this book that is a cracking good read for all ages.

30 review for The Fyfield Plantation

  1. 5 out of 5

    Irene Roth

    This book is a sequel to Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s revenge published this past year. This book is a wonderful sequel to the first book in the series. And Tarmy and Samantha return too! This is a great story. Once, Mick Tarmy finds himself in a situation that takes his breath away. It isn’t his fault that he finds himself in this situation. But it is what it is and now he has to deal with it or he will be in even more danger. He is still carrying the burdens of a deceased criminal and outlaw This book is a sequel to Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s revenge published this past year. This book is a wonderful sequel to the first book in the series. And Tarmy and Samantha return too! This is a great story. Once, Mick Tarmy finds himself in a situation that takes his breath away. It isn’t his fault that he finds himself in this situation. But it is what it is and now he has to deal with it or he will be in even more danger. He is still carrying the burdens of a deceased criminal and outlaw. He is hated and loved by people around him. This is a combination that makes his life really hard to get his mind around. And it is dangerous at every turn both to him and his loved ones. However, the people who hate Tarmy have evil schemes hovering in the background. They would like to kill him so that they don’t have to see him anymore. They don’t even care how many people that Tarmy cares about and loves get hurt in the process. But most importantly, they are also after his daughter, Amanda. This is something that he can’t fathom and put up with. So, the tension is at its highest at this point in the story drawing the reader even more deeply into the narrative of the book. Tarmy starts to take all of these hardships quite personally, and he falls into a deep melancholy. However, he cannot allow himself to resist fighting because Samantha is hovering in the background ready to pounce and make the situation even worse. I love Williams’ way of creating plot lines within plot lines. He is a master storyteller, someone that any writer might want to emulate because of the depth, breath, honesty and sincerity of his writing. I loved this story from start to finish! I will definitely be recommending it to my friends who love thrillers. I can’t wait for his next book! Rating: 5 stars Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sherin

    The much awaited sequel to Samantha's Revenge, Arcadia’s Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation is finally here. Of course, I picked it up right away :stuck_out_tongue: I wanted to know what happened :smile: It's one of Andrew's inherent abilities to pull you into the story and make it realistic like you're living in the Arcadia's World! And yes, finally, the havoc wreaked by Samantha has come to an end, or has it really? I thoroughly enjoyed the sequel and loved every bit of screen time Tarmy got. The much awaited sequel to Samantha's Revenge, Arcadia’s Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation is finally here. Of course, I picked it up right away :stuck_out_tongue: I wanted to know what happened :smile: It's one of Andrew's inherent abilities to pull you into the story and make it realistic like you're living in the Arcadia's World! And yes, finally, the havoc wreaked by Samantha has come to an end, or has it really? I thoroughly enjoyed the sequel and loved every bit of screen time Tarmy got. Besides Tarmy, I also loved Wren in this book. I loved every minute of their journey and the author made the plot interesting without a lot of technical jargons that's difficult to understand ... so anyone can read and enjoy this book :slightly_smiling_face: Needless to say, the journey was enticing, exciting and exhilarating. Can't wait for what the author comes up with next! Want to know what happened? Not giving any spoilers, you'll have to pick up the book & read :stuck_out_tongue: But I promise it's worth it! Check out the author's link to know more about the author: http://www.authorsden.com/paddybostock **Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stephen R.

    The Fyfield Plantation is a continuation of Samantha's Revenge on Arcadia's Children. This futuristic sci-fi fantasy story features Mick Tarmy. Tarmy and his cohort embark on a journey to destroy Zuka Milk Plantation, which produces a potent street drug. The Great Ones use the proceeds from the drug to wage war against humanity. They are ready to do anything to fight Mick and his friends and frustrate their mission. The fight gets more intense as they go after Tarmy's daughter Amanda. Sit back a The Fyfield Plantation is a continuation of Samantha's Revenge on Arcadia's Children. This futuristic sci-fi fantasy story features Mick Tarmy. Tarmy and his cohort embark on a journey to destroy Zuka Milk Plantation, which produces a potent street drug. The Great Ones use the proceeds from the drug to wage war against humanity. They are ready to do anything to fight Mick and his friends and frustrate their mission. The fight gets more intense as they go after Tarmy's daughter Amanda. Sit back and enjoy as the book takes you through a world of robots, clones, and aliens. Andrew is a brilliant writer with exceptional talent in storytelling. The plot is amazing, and the characters incredible. The twists and turns captivate your attention right from the beginning. The book’s scenes are well-illustrated with attention to details. It is insanely interesting and ideal for people of all ages. If you are a sci-fi fantasy freak, you will not be disappointed. I look forward to reading his next book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Akshat Gupta

    Did it again!! Great Book, I must say. The way the story unfolds and take you deep into the another world is simply amazing, Andrew's writing is awe-inspiring. I loved the mindset of Mick Tarmy and the way he handled every scenario, basically I loved how the author portrayed it. The way the situations were explained was so impressive, I did not even want to take a break from it. I just wanted to fall in the story more and more. I found Tarmy's priorities and his affection to his daughter an Did it again!! Great Book, I must say. The way the story unfolds and take you deep into the another world is simply amazing, Andrew's writing is awe-inspiring. I loved the mindset of Mick Tarmy and the way he handled every scenario, basically I loved how the author portrayed it. The way the situations were explained was so impressive, I did not even want to take a break from it. I just wanted to fall in the story more and more. I found Tarmy's priorities and his affection to his daughter and his little group quite endearing. I highly recommend this book to all prequel readers, tarleton haters :P and all those who enjoys stories about other worlds like me.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    Blending magic and suspense British author Andrew R. Williams has written an impressive array of books, from fantasy fiction, such as his ongoing series ARCADIA’S CHILDREN, to architectural information books – DOMESTIC BUILDING SURVEYS, PRACTICAL GUIDE TO ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIONS, and A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO SINGLE STOREY HOUSE EXTENSIONS. He is a chartered surveyor. The intricacies of Andrew’s attention to detail make this novel as accessible, and even credible, as the prio Blending magic and suspense British author Andrew R. Williams has written an impressive array of books, from fantasy fiction, such as his ongoing series ARCADIA’S CHILDREN, to architectural information books – DOMESTIC BUILDING SURVEYS, PRACTICAL GUIDE TO ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIONS, and A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO SINGLE STOREY HOUSE EXTENSIONS. He is a chartered surveyor. The intricacies of Andrew’s attention to detail make this novel as accessible, and even credible, as the prior book in this series – ARCADIA’S CHILDREN: SAMANTHA’S REVENGE. Andrew knows the realm of imagination and uses his mastery of the science fiction genre in a manner that few authors can match. Wildly inventive concepts and description of events and forms become clearly relatable in his hands. A hint of why Andrew’s bizarre world works so well is evident in his offering ‘facts’ about Arcadian archaeology before the story’s onset. For instance, Arcadia is the third planet in the Salus System. As it is in a Goldilocks Zone, the planet is an Earth type, and The Wreck - Although badly damaged, The Wreck is still being subjected to close scrutiny. It has also become a major tourist attraction. Since teleportation systems were installed, over two million tourists per annum visit The Wreck. When entering a strange realm such preparation makes the journey more credible. A taste of the author’s style is seductive, as the opening sentences prove: ‘Pushley gave Mick Tarmy a lopsided smile. “How’s it going, Tarleton?” One glance at Ed Pushley’s face was enough to convince Tarmy that the other man wasn’t in control of his faculties. Pushley’s expression reminded him of how Claire Hyndman had looked a few hours previously when, for reasons best known to her, she’d suddenly slashed one of her hands with a commando knife and told him to taste her blood. “What’s the matter, Tarleton? Cat got your tongue?” Instead of responding, Mick Tarmy stared at Pushley’s power bubble image for a second or two and vaguely wondered what was creating it. Was it one of their percoms or was Claire Hyndman’s invisible friend creating the bubble?’ Keen characterizations create near visible images and the plot of the story is full of imaginative excursions and strange events. Though far too condensed, the plot outline follows:’ - a fascinating journey to destroy a plantation dedicated to growing zuka milk, which produces a powerful narcotic street drug. The Great Ones, who use the drug to raise funds for their war against humanity, will go to any lengths to stop Mick, his cohorts Claire Hyndman and Nonie Tomio, from their mission.’ Exciting and beautifully realized, this is one of the better Sci-Fi fantasy novels of the day. Recommended.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Valery

    Arcadia's Children: The Fyfield Plantation by Andrew Williams is a great follow up to his book, Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s Revenge. We again follow Mick Tarmy as he battles to eradicate a plantation that grows something called zuka milk, which oddly enough can be turned into a powerful and addicting drug. The force with which the author writes is formidable, as we get enmeshed with all of the characters, and the plot line. This is a powerful journey in an interesting world, one with aliens, Arcadia's Children: The Fyfield Plantation by Andrew Williams is a great follow up to his book, Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s Revenge. We again follow Mick Tarmy as he battles to eradicate a plantation that grows something called zuka milk, which oddly enough can be turned into a powerful and addicting drug. The force with which the author writes is formidable, as we get enmeshed with all of the characters, and the plot line. This is a powerful journey in an interesting world, one with aliens, robots, and clones. Tarmy is a great character, one with his own personal demons, and while sometimes he gets down, he never gives up. The way the author has created this world is admirable, a function of a highly inventive and creative mind, making the unimaginable accessible and understandable, even for the novice science fiction reader. Highly recommend for an eye opening adventure.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Píaras Cíonnaoíth

    Another well-crafted sci-fi fantasy sequel... Author Andrew R. Williams weaves another fantastic sci-fi fantasy with intriguing twists and turns that will easily captivate the reader’s attention from the opening page. The author paints an exciting and adventurous story of aliens, robots and clones in a very vivid and convincing way. In addition, the characters are drawn with great credibility and integrity. The story had every element a good story should have. An exciting plot, Another well-crafted sci-fi fantasy sequel... Author Andrew R. Williams weaves another fantastic sci-fi fantasy with intriguing twists and turns that will easily captivate the reader’s attention from the opening page. The author paints an exciting and adventurous story of aliens, robots and clones in a very vivid and convincing way. In addition, the characters are drawn with great credibility and integrity. The story had every element a good story should have. An exciting plot, attention to detail, but best of all fleshed out, well-written and well-rounded character development. There’s an abundance of well-illustrated scenes that make you feel like you are right there in the story, and that’s something I really look for in a good book. The book description gives a sneak preview: ‘Continuing the story line of ARCADIA’S CHILDREN: SAMANTHA’S REVENGE, this futuristic sci-fi tale brings back Mick Tarmy and a cast of characters guaranteed to create a fascinating journey to destroy a plantation dedicated to growing zuka milk, which produces a powerful narcotic street drug. The Great Ones, who use the drug to raise funds for their war against humanity, will go to any lengths to stop Mick, his cohorts Claire Hyndman and Nonie Tomio, from their mission…’ This was a fascinating and captivating read that had me immersed from the beginning. The story flowed from scene to scene with ease, and the author shows exceptional ability when it comes to storytelling. There are plenty of attention-grabbing moments in this page turner that will take the reader on a truly mesmerizing journey! There is something very magical about reading fantasy fiction. It speaks to the very thread of my imagination, jolting it to life and transporting it on an exhilarating journey. This story did exactly that. Fans of the sci-fi fantasy genre will not be disappointed. I’ll be looking forward to reading more from this author in the future. Highly recommended and a well-deserved five stars from me.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Illustrious Wanderer

    A sequel to Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s Revenge, Arcadia’s Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation is a science-fiction novel written by Andrew R. Williams. This action-packed story takes place in a technologically advanced – albeit somewhat dystopian – society on Arcadia, a planet similar to Earth, and its moon Arden, which is practically owned and controlled by a mining company. At the beginning of the story, the question in the air is if Mick Tarmy (aka Tarleton) and his sidekick Claire Hyndman A sequel to Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s Revenge, Arcadia’s Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation is a science-fiction novel written by Andrew R. Williams. This action-packed story takes place in a technologically advanced – albeit somewhat dystopian – society on Arcadia, a planet similar to Earth, and its moon Arden, which is practically owned and controlled by a mining company. At the beginning of the story, the question in the air is if Mick Tarmy (aka Tarleton) and his sidekick Claire Hyndman survived an assassination attempt orchestrated by the evil humanoid Samantha. Alton Mygael, a director at the Minton Mining Company, pretends to cooperate with Samantha because they share a common enemy: The Great Ones – hostile Arcadians profiting from a drug trafficking operation. Readers learn that Tarmy is alive and devising a plan to destroy a secret zuka plantation in the Fyfield Valley; zuka milk is the main ingredient of a powerful street drug that funds the wicked Great Ones. Will Tarmy succeed? In this thriller’s suspenseful plot, I was constantly on edge and never sure of where loyalties and rivalries truly resided. The author skillfully develops archetypal saga themes such as deception, spying, and treason. I also thought Tarmy's witty personality was cleverly textured. He came across to me as a relatable, compelling main character – someone you root for. His motivation to protect his daughter and friends, as well as their planet, was heart-warming. The author’s writing style is lively and stimulating, and he constructs an impressive and vividly rendered sci-fi background. Droids, humanoids (aka spettri), air-cars, teleportation devices, and electronic face masks are examples of the advanced props in this novel’s imaginative settings. Although the book is a sequel, it can be read independently, for the author conveniently presents character details from the first book right at the beginning of this one. I hadn’t read Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s Revenge, but now that I finished Arcadia’s Children 2, I’m unquestionably curious to read the first book of the series. In closing, I rate the book 4 out of 4 stars. It is an engaging and pleasurable read, and I have no noteworthy negatives to mention. I did find grammatical errors in it, but they were mostly minor comma issues which did not detract from the enjoyment of the story. Williams’ writing generated a growing interest in me to find out what was going to happen next – culminating in a cliffhanger in the end. I highly recommend this book to readers who are fond of science fiction.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Huge Yakman

    I haven't read the first installment of 'Arcadia's Children', but that did not detract from my enjoyment of reading 'The Flyfield Plantation' at all. This is a really decent sci-fi story. What I liked most, was the way in which William's makes everything seem perfectly plausible and believable. If you read sci-fi, you want the world that opens up around you to be a place for great escapism, and that's exactly what happens on Arcadia. The attention to detail in describing the make-up of the plane I haven't read the first installment of 'Arcadia's Children', but that did not detract from my enjoyment of reading 'The Flyfield Plantation' at all. This is a really decent sci-fi story. What I liked most, was the way in which William's makes everything seem perfectly plausible and believable. If you read sci-fi, you want the world that opens up around you to be a place for great escapism, and that's exactly what happens on Arcadia. The attention to detail in describing the make-up of the planet, teleportation, and the technical information for systems used enhances the experience of the world the author has created. Even the storyline following corruptive 'Great Ones' who are growing a dangerous street drug, is relatable to current affairs, and makes the situation on Arcadia more conceivable. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will be looking out for more in the series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Author & Book Promotions

    Arcadia’s Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation is the sequence to the book Arcadia's Children: Samantha’s Revenge by fiction writer Andrew R. Williams. I haven’t read the first book but I have been reading this book from the series and I think I should be going back and reading the first as well because it’s so good! Why I like this book is because of the easy to understand and reader friendly use of language. The action builds up from the very first page of the novel and it is easy to place the m Arcadia’s Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation is the sequence to the book Arcadia's Children: Samantha’s Revenge by fiction writer Andrew R. Williams. I haven’t read the first book but I have been reading this book from the series and I think I should be going back and reading the first as well because it’s so good! Why I like this book is because of the easy to understand and reader friendly use of language. The action builds up from the very first page of the novel and it is easy to place the meaning of whatever is happening as the author makes sure the readers are not lost whilst the story proceeds. The characters of the novel seem realistic as does the story. The technology that the characters are so comfortable in using seems to realistic and makes the readers imagine as if they are watching a science fiction movie with great picture quality and motion graphics. This is the magic that the author is able to create through his words. I have read science fiction novels which do not make sense at all and are even too boring to read. However, Arcadia’s Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation is one good read!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Luis Humberto Molinar Márquez

    [English review + Reseña en español] Arcadia's Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation, by Andrew R. Williams. Published by Wings ePress Inc. 2019. 299 pages. Genre: Science Fiction / Futuristic Fantasy After having being blackmailed by Samantha —the super intelligent android working for the Minton Mining Company—, former military and civil police Mick Tarmy is stranded along with Claire and Nonie in Arcadia, the third planet in the Salus System. Samantha seeks to discredit the civil police and creat/>Arcadia's [English review + Reseña en español] Arcadia's Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation, by Andrew R. Williams. Published by Wings ePress Inc. 2019. 299 pages. Genre: Science Fiction / Futuristic Fantasy After having being blackmailed by Samantha —the super intelligent android working for the Minton Mining Company—, former military and civil police Mick Tarmy is stranded along with Claire and Nonie in Arcadia, the third planet in the Salus System. Samantha seeks to discredit the civil police and create an army with factual powers that will defend the interests of the Minton Mining Company, running over anyone who happens to be on her path. Tarmy must face once again the powerful alien species known as The Great Ones and the mental powers of the spettri if he wants to rescue his daughter Amanda and his former coworkers, who have been held back by Samantha. Everything will get complicated when he gets involved in a mission to destroy a plantation of zuka, an illegal narcotic substance growing in the Fyfield Valley. This fantastic adventure, a continuation to Arcadia's Children 1: Samantha's Revenge, puts Tarmy / Tarleton and his travel companions (Claire, Nonie, Lascaux, Chou and Alex) at the center of a battle full of intrigues, betrayals, androids, clones, pulse weapons, teleporters, telepathic beings, body invaders and lethal animals. The quality of the narrative is impeccable and its cadence is very light. The plot is loaded with piles of action and danger, and the clarity of the language is so good that the book can be read in a heartbeat, with hardly any need to pause. I think that the strongest points of this book are the effectiveness of its narrative and the ease with which the plot unfolds, and I applaud the clarity throughout the whole story. I would have liked that the action scenes —especially those in which many elements intervene simultaneously— would have been developed with greater breadth and detail, since, although they fulfill their function, I feel that they are a little short and rushed (I felt the same in regards to the apparent destiny of Samantha at the end of the story). I would also have liked that the main characters had faced more small stumbles during their journey (throughout the adventure it becomes a bit obvious that everything has to go well for the protagonist, while for the “bad boys” everything will be complicated and hilly). Other than those two details, this book has been an exciting, enjoyable and recommendable journey. ---------- Arcadia's Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation, por Andrew R. Williams. Publicada por Wings ePress Inc. 2019. 299 páginas. Género: Ciencia Ficción / Fantasía futurista Tras haber sido chantajeado por Samantha —el androide súper inteligente que trabaja para la Compañía Minera Minton—, el ex-militar y policía civil Mick Tarmy se encuentra varado junto con Claire y Nonie en Arcadia, el tercer planeta del Sistema Salus. Samantha busca desacreditar a la policía civil y crear una armada con poderes fácticos que defienda los intereses de la Minera Minton, llevándose entre los pies a cualquiera que esté en su camino. Tarmy deberá enfrentarse una vez más a la poderosa especie alienígena conocida como The Great Ones y a los poderes mentales de los spettri si quiere rescatar a su hija Amanda y a sus excompañeros, que han sido retenidos por Samantha. Todo se complicará cuando se vea involucrado en una misión para destruir una plantación de zuka, una sustancia narcótica ilegal que crece en el Valle Fyfield. Esta aventura fantástica, continuación de Arcadia's Children 1: Samantha’s Revenge, pone a Tarmy/Tarleton y a sus compañeros de viaje (Claire, Nonie, Lascaux, Chou y Alex) en el centro de una batalla plagada de intrigas, traiciones, androides, clones, armas de pulsos, dispositivos teletransportadores, seres telepáticos, invasores de cuerpos y animales letales. La calidad de la narrativa es impecable y su cadencia muy ligera. La trama está cargada de acción y peligro por montones, y la claridad del lenguaje es tan buena que el libro puede leerse en un santiamén, sin apenas necesitar hacer pausas. Me parece que los puntos más fuertes de este libro son su eficacia narrativa y la soltura con que se desenvuelve la trama, y aplaudo la claridad a lo largo de toda la historia. Me hubiera gustado que las escenas de acción —sobre todo aquellas en las que intervienen muchos elementos de manera simultánea— hubiesen sido desarrolladas con mayor amplitud y detalle, ya que, si bien cumplen su función, las siento un poco cortas y apresuradas (igualmente me sucedió con el aparente destino de Samantha, al final de la historia). También me hubiera gustado que los personajes principales hubieran enfrentado más pequeños tropiezos durante su trayecto (a lo largo de la aventura se vuelve un poco evidente que al protagonista todo ha de salirle bien, mientras que a los “chicos malos” todo les resultará complicado y accidentado). Fuera de esos dos detalles, este libro ha sido un viaje emocionante, disfrutable y recomendable.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pegboard

    Andrew R. Williams continues his Arcadia’s children series with The Fyfield Plantation. His picks up with Mick Tarmy seeking ways to prevent Samantha from harming his daughter, Amanda, and his colleagues. With no conscience, this corrupt humanoid uses tactics to maneuver events in her favor. With the help of Alex, Tarmy can make some headway with the evil droids that procure his attention to pursue their own crusades, until they capture Alex.   Arcadia’s Children: The Fyfield Plantatio Andrew R. Williams continues his Arcadia’s children series with The Fyfield Plantation. His picks up with Mick Tarmy seeking ways to prevent Samantha from harming his daughter, Amanda, and his colleagues. With no conscience, this corrupt humanoid uses tactics to maneuver events in her favor. With the help of Alex, Tarmy can make some headway with the evil droids that procure his attention to pursue their own crusades, until they capture Alex.   Arcadia’s Children: The Fyfield Plantation magically takes you to a world where you can rarely tell droids from humans and everyone has their own agenda. Andrew R. Williams keeps the characters moving as they must stay one step ahead of the humanoids. The creative plot and characters draws the readers in while visual pictures play out in your head. I could not put this novel down as Tarmy faces danger at every turn. Claire spoke my favorite phrase, “You’ve been talking to my invisible friend without me, haven’t you?” I just found this so funny. Excellent read for sci-fi lovers.      

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tara Phillips

    A sequel book in the Arcadia Children’s series by author, Andrew R. Williams taking place at Fyfield Plantation. The fantasy world is dynamic with superheroes, villians, crime, love and worth binge reading. Take your favorite pillow and sunblock, sit by the pool with your tablet and delve into this fantasy mystery. Some important plot elements you will soon find out. The prime groups are The Great Ones and Zuka Milk Plantation. Both attempt to eliminate, destroy, or overpower society in one way A sequel book in the Arcadia Children’s series by author, Andrew R. Williams taking place at Fyfield Plantation. The fantasy world is dynamic with superheroes, villians, crime, love and worth binge reading. Take your favorite pillow and sunblock, sit by the pool with your tablet and delve into this fantasy mystery. Some important plot elements you will soon find out. The prime groups are The Great Ones and Zuka Milk Plantation. Both attempt to eliminate, destroy, or overpower society in one way or another. Zuka Milk Plantation is the drug lord and spreading crime and fear. Our protagonist, Mike Tarmy an already established character from the previous book, will continue to eradicate drugs and harm to his closest allies. Tarmy has his motives but his good side is tender, loyal, supportive and protective most especially to Claire Hyndman a friend and sidekick. Archetypal saga themes such as this grabs attention immediately - a world of deception, spying, aliens, humans and maybe a happy ending but I won’t reveal how this imaginative story plays out.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Emerson

    Andrew R. Williams's novel The Fyfield Plantation is the second book in the Arcadia's Children series. This wild and exciting ride of a book is a captivating futuristic sci-fi adventure I loved the world that Williams created in this book, filled with robots, aliens, clones, and a drug war. The book is fast-paced and filled with both humor and action. It was really fun to see the story continue for these characters. The arcs continued each character progression and depth, and I liked seeing thei Andrew R. Williams's novel The Fyfield Plantation is the second book in the Arcadia's Children series. This wild and exciting ride of a book is a captivating futuristic sci-fi adventure I loved the world that Williams created in this book, filled with robots, aliens, clones, and a drug war. The book is fast-paced and filled with both humor and action. It was really fun to see the story continue for these characters. The arcs continued each character progression and depth, and I liked seeing their relationships with each other develop. The book follows Mick Tarmy as well as his friends Claire Hyndman and Nonie Tomio. The book is a unique read and kept me enthralled in the story from beginning to end. I would definitely recommend this book to science fiction fans.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lynelle Clark

    Book 2 in the series needs to be read after book 1. Since I haven't read it most of the story didn't make sense to me. In the end, I simply couldn't finish it. The author's writing is very good, no problems there. I always admire a writer that can transport a reader into a different world. Literary creating a planet with people, a life with their own laws and way of life. It amazes me the ability that they have in given you a world not known before. The story itself, I struggled with. Readi Book 2 in the series needs to be read after book 1. Since I haven't read it most of the story didn't make sense to me. In the end, I simply couldn't finish it. The author's writing is very good, no problems there. I always admire a writer that can transport a reader into a different world. Literary creating a planet with people, a life with their own laws and way of life. It amazes me the ability that they have in given you a world not known before. The story itself, I struggled with. Reading the other reviews I must surely miss something. Or maybe it just isn't for me. Thanks for the opportunity.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Maudie Polyak

  17. 4 out of 5

    Drew Toliver

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tameika Higle

  19. 4 out of 5

    Keitha Cupp

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jerrell Mynnerlyn

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shirely Heitner

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rodrick Shevitz

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sammie Caiafa

  24. 4 out of 5

    Vern Kastor

  25. 4 out of 5

    Don Mattera

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rueben Esau

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marquetta Mikko

  28. 5 out of 5

    Donald Simper

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lonnie Bleakney

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sammy Carabez

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