Publication Date January 2017
The planet Nat-Sat is now covered with an ugly brown shroud that has all but destroyed the planet. Still almost a million people are trying to survive in this horror. Rick Allen, Clip, Hawk, and their friends are determined to try and help as many as they can. But the ruthless NiLTs only want them all dead as the plan to invade the planet Swartz and Hawk’s Smoking Moon where he grew up.
On Earth, rogue CIA agent Bobton wants the weapon that Rick used to kill the general with in Space Dream One. It could be worth millions of dollars and he figures the best way to get it is to abduct Rick’s friends, Drs. Larry and Jenny, who are honeymooning in Hawaii. Then he’ll kidnap their adapted daughter Bunnie, kill the family that’s caring for her, and ransom her life in trade for the weapon.
Rick Allen still doesn’t understand how he’s able to travel through time and space, but in this book he’ll find out. As with Space Dream One, this new book is half an adventure novel that takes place on Earth, and a science fiction novel that takes place in the Dina Galaxy. Prepare for a wild adventure in Space Dream Two.
If you haven't read Space Dream One yet, I would strongly urge you to read it first before beginning Space Dream Two. These are very long novels, with many characters, and you will lose much of the enjoyment and pleasure of this series if you don't read it in order. Furthermore, it will be very difficult to follow the storyline of this second book, unless you've already read the first book.
Each of these novels are really two novels in one: A mystery/adventure novel that takes place on Earth, and a science fiction/adventure novel that takes place in the Dina Galaxy. Not being familiar and comfortable with the organization of these two books, and the many characters, as the two stories flow together and then apart will greatly impact your comprehension and reading pleasure.