Waypoint

Waypoint Review

How far will they go to restore the power?

It’s been lights-out for three months and society is already falling into chaos.

Teenage tech-genius Simon Harper and his team of fellow gamers have been searching for the cause of the outage since it went down. Simon and his twin brother West are often at odds, but when the key to restoring power drops into their hands, they’ll risk everything and join forces to bring it back.

Descend into an epic, young adult adventure, featuring family and friendship with a heart-skipping side of romance by debut authors Deborah Adams and Kimberley Perkins.

Mysterious deaths and disappearances are piling up, and unknown enemies are everywhere. As the brothers make their 500-mile journey to Waypoint they’ll have to decide who they can trust, and which secrets can be told.

Title:Waypoint
Edition Language:English

    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Alana ? thebookishchick

    Twin brothers trying to save the world. Badass females (with a side of so-awful-you-have-to-laugh-jokes when they get nervous). Gamers. A world with an apocalyptic feel. What more can a girl really as...

  • Kristen Burns

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight!---------------------3.5 StarsReview:*I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my revie...

  • Jessica Rachow

    Wow! That sums up everything I want to say about Waypoint. As soon as I started reading this books, I could not put it down. It is action packed, with a thrilling plot, developed and complicated chara...

  • Shalini

    This book is a bullet... It starts with a bang, travels at the speed of light and doesn't stop till it reaches the target. 2 brother + 2 girls + 1 Nano = travel 500 miles to Waypoint to restore power ...

  • T.H. Hernandez

    I need to start off by saying this is the first book in a series. It wasn’t obvious from the description, so I wasn’t expecting the ending, but now that I know, I’m anxiously awaiting the next i...

  • Susan Burlew

    I really enjoyed this book! It had pretty much everything-good guys, bad guys, an important mission and all those teenage hormones. I got into the story quickly and my only complaint is having to wait...

  • Deborah Adams

    I struggled to decide whether I should review my own book or not, but you know what? I love it, so I'm reviewing it! If you don't like your own stories who will? Also, I have the added advantage of Wa...

  • FictionNoChaser

    Overall Rating: ★★★★Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura CroftDude: He-man & SpockSteaminess: Waterfalls make good baths...Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spileWe follow twins West and Simon as they jour...

  • Jasmine

    Oh gosh, where do I begin with my review? Perhaps with one word: AHHHHHH!!!Okay, now that I have that out of my system, I think I can move on...Waypoint is the first book in a new series by Deborah Ad...

  • Gina Best

    Let me start off by saying that I was given a free copy of this book for my honest review. I have a very busy, hectic life both at work and at home so I am very possessive of the free time that I have...