The Xperyion Galaxy 1: Avalon (2020) #50

Imagine being a Space Traveler living in a spaceship that as traveled through space for ten thousand years.

Avalon was published on the 13th of March 2020. Written by Andreea Albu, it is the first book of The Xperyion Galaxy series. It is currently available in its Kindle edition and it has a length of 356 pages. Which is what I would call a comfortable size.


After the Space Travelers arrive at their newfound habitable planet named Exer, Ava departs with the E3 on a reconnaissance mission to chart Xperyion in order to discover more habitable worlds. The protagonist and her companions discover a habitable planet with signs of civilization but upon their arrival, they are faced with an empty planet and all that remains are the infrastructure of a society that has mysteriously vanished. Ava is soon plunged into an incredible adventure that will transform her life forever.

Praises and Critics:

First and foremost, I want to begin by saying that the author is really talented in writing narratives. The story is great and intriguing. The characters are well developed and you relate easily to some of them. Furthermore, I like the tempo of the book, it is packed with action but at the same time, you get some good explanations about the worlds they visit and their origins. On a different note, I would of like to have more accurate astronomical details. Just to give you one example: when they first set out to explore Xperyion, Ava and her small group enter a new stellar system. Then they passed the first body in the system, a giant gaseous planet like our own jovian planets, the author then describes the planet as being a thousand times bigger than their ship. To me, it doesn’t make sense, that a ship who contains such a little group of travelers be a thousand times smaller than a giant planet. I don’t want to sound like a know-it-all but it got me thinking while I was reading, I lost track of what I was reading and I had to go back to make sure I did not misunderstand what I had read. Hey, who knows maybe the space travelers are human that left from our Milkyway galaxy, or maybe they are a species of space giants with gargantuan ships, which explain the ratio ship/planet.


I certainly recommend this book it was a good read. This space opera was certainly an original and riveting story. I think that readers that like science fiction will surely be delighted. It is a good book to get into the genre has it is lightweight in terms of book thickness. Give it a try you will not be disappointed. Furthermore, I can’t wait to read The Xperyion Galaxy book II, which will surely come out in the near future.


I think this book deserves four stars out of five because it was entertaining, well written, original, and a science fiction theme. I would of give it five stars if it wasn’t for those astronomical misinterpretations.

Special thanks:

To begin with, I would love the thank Andreea Albu for writing this awesome novel. Additionally, I would also like to thank her for sending me her book for me to review. Thanks again.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

31 thoughts on “The Xperyion Galaxy 1: Avalon (2020) #50

  1. It looks like a great adventure. A lot of new worlds and mysteries to discover in space. Perfect for space lovers.

    1. The book seems interesting. I love space operas they are entertaining. Thanks for your book review.

  2. I don’t generally care much for space or sci fi books, but this one has me intrigued. I love mystery and you have neatly brought that into this book. It’s like Croatan but in space!

  3. Four stars… Was it really that good? I think I have never encountered a five stars book and fours are really rare. So my question is: Is your rating system really generous?

    1. Well, I guess I tend to be generous in general but this book was really good. Subsequently, I always read science fiction or fantasy, which is what I love, and I will mostly write reviews of the good ones that I really suggest to everyone.

  4. This sounds like an interesting book to read and I am sure my will also enjoy reading this as she loves to read scifi story too.

  5. I LOVE to read! I will definitely add this book to my summer reading list. Thank you for the recommendation.

  6. I’ve always been interested in space stories. I don’t know why maybe it’s because I’ve always wanted to know more about space and the existence of extraterrestrial lives this is very interesting.

  7. This sounds like a great read! I have to tell you, your reviews have gotten me back into sci-fi in a big way.

  8. It sounds like an interesting plot! I love mysteries and an entire planet void of species but with an infrastructure of society would definitely pique my interest.

  9. Is this book already available from Amazon? I would like to get one for my bestfriend 🙂

  10. Very cool idea for a book. I love a good space opera! I am like you, I like things to be somewhat accurate because for me it makes it more believable.

  11. It is crazy to think that 3 billion people have been wandering across deep space for ten thousand years in search of a place to call home in the book, “Avalon”!!! I loved this book so much.

  12. this is such a fantastic review ! my daughter loves books like that , so i be ordering her it as soon as i finish writing this comment kind regards pati robins @style-squeeze blog

  13. Sounds like an excellent read! Especially if they travel to a new galaxy! Makes you wonder if time is measured differently in this new universe!

  14. It sounds like a great adventure if you are a sci-fi fan. Much better if you enjoy finding out about lost and alien civilizations!

  15. I sometimes like to read science fiction, especially when it’s space-themed. I wonder what happened to Exer’s society and why the planet was abandoned.

  16. I love reading fiction stories related to astronomy and even science. My son also does. He will like the book, I will pass on your recommendations.

  17. I like the idea of a giant spaceship moving an entire civilization through space. It sounds like a great book.

  18. I am a sci-fi fan but I am not aware of this book, thanks for the brief introduction, summary and recommendations. Let me put this on my “waiting list” as there are so many on my list and pending already! – Kncyx journeying

  19. 10,000 years sounds like a long time to be in space and my imagination can’t even go there. I need to read this.

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