Arcadia’s Children 5 : Samantha’s War


Samantha is under threat and that’s when she’s at her most dangerous.

She’s out for revenge after a failed deactivation attempt by her mysterious creator. Samantha’s War is a nail-biting continuation of the Arcadia’s Children Series. Find out if her diabolical plans finally succeed or if the fates have something else in mind for her & Walter Verex…


Samantha has escaped a deactivation attempt from her mysterious creator and now she’s out for revenge by hiring a group of Spitzer mercenaries to take him out.

Andrew takes us on an exiting & fast-paced ride and this sequel is a worthy addition to the Arcadia’s Children series. This leaves us wanting to know more, and I can’t wait to find out what happens next in this series.

At the same time, she attempts to neutralise anyone else that stands against her. Mick Tarmy, Claire Hyndman and Nonie Tomio are again in danger and, with financial backing from Alan Hyndman, join forces with Alton Mygael and Allus Wren to end the threat once and for all.

Does she get away with it? Does she face capture – or worse? This is the thrilling 5th book in the Arcadia’s Children series.



Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 9, 2022

5.0 out of 5 stars
Great character development

And the action continues to grow in this, the 5th book of the series. Ending with a hint of another book. Action follows this budding series across the universe while universe keeps on intriguing me.

I have found this book more enjoyable than the previous book. Maybe it is because everything is beginning to make sense or because of the character development, but I enjoyed this book more.

Samantha started off as an insecure ‘person’ with no place, always on the run, but in book 5 she is stepping into her own. And owns it.

The author describes an adventurous story of alien invasion in a very vivid and convincing way that helps to turn the pages. Each character is drawn with great credibility and integrity, which makes this a great read.
A series I can recommend for any science fiction reader.


Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 11, 2022