AL Clark

AL Clark

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AL Clark by Jonathan G. Meyer

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2014

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284

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AL Clark

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4.5
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Old Fashioned Science Fiction

A thousand specially selected people leave a troubled Earth for a new start on a virgin world many years away. Their starship is state-of-the-art and entirely automatic; its passengers safely sleeping through the long journey. All possible scenarios have been taken into account except one. There is no way to predict sabotage.

Al Clark wakes to begin a new life, alone on a crippled starship with no memory of what transpired to place him there.

It is the beginning of a quest that will take him places he could not have imagined, manage feats he would not have thought possible, and teach him the true meaning of friendship.

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I really enjoyed this book.It moved along well at a good pace and the character developments were although quite simplistic, interesting and believable. It is kind of written in an old style of sci- fi which I remember reading as a kid.
There were a few small errors in grammar but nothing worth mentioning really.
All in all. a good read.
Michael Maguire,Dublin, Ireland. 18th June 2021.
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