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The Revenge of Excalibur (Excalibur Saga Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Book 2 doesn't start immediately after the end of Book 1, The Secret of Excalibur, but instead 27 years have gone by. Through a series of flashbacks, Sahara Foley does a wonderful job of letting us know everything that has happened to Arthur since he teleported out of that cave at the end of book one. While I loved finding out what happened with Arthur and Daisy and finding out that Ruth lived a very happy life, I loved reading about Pamela. An amazing cast of characters was introduced, in a variety of life forms. Even the characters that I hated were well written. Sahara managed to weave in several morals and themes without coming across as being "preachy". Honestly, I bought book 2 immediately after finishing the first book and somehow didn't read it until now. But, once I realized my oversight, I couldn't put it down! Sahara, you've definitely hit another one out of the park!!!
The story is captivating with strange alien beings, new planets to explore and a hot & sexy hero destined to help save everyone. I liked this book even better than the first one. The characters are more believable and natural in their dialogue. It's very imaginative, entertaining and thought provoking.
I give this book a solid four stars. Great job.
The Calens who took Pam to help rescue their King and Queen had to give Pam a short history of their people before she was willing to do what needed to be done for the rescue to be successful. I understood that Pam needed to know these things, but, I found that part becoming tedious and it terminated at just about that point. Pam interrupted the speakers because she too was getting tired of the history lesson. I’m not sure the author intended it to be that way or not, but, I thought it interesting that the protagonist had the same thought as I at about the same point in the story. Good timing.
There is some telepathic voyeurism which I find a disturbing concept though it was part of the character development. Pam is rather immature and belligerent at first though she does step up to the challenges faced in the rescue. I did find the fixation on her love interest a little excessive, but, she’s young and the unique bond that was developed explained her fixation. There is a little alien ménage taking place near the latter part of the story. I would not recommend the book for teens under 18 because of the sexual content. The character development was well done and the plot is good with a satisfactory ending, though it wasn’t what I expected from the beginning.
My favorite part was the aliens and their worlds. I thought the author did a fantastic job with her descriptions and I was certainly intrigued by her vision of extraterrestrial life. I thought the way she presented thoughts, telepathy, visions, and speech was helpful in my understanding of the events and conversations as well as identifying what communication was being utilized.
Well done sci-fi. It's an interesting take on an old story, reinventing it to a fresh and modern adventure.