Waypoint

Waypoint

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 ris How far will they go to restore the power? It?s been lights-out for three months and society is already ...

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  • Gina Best
    Nov 05, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

    DNF about 1/4 of the way through. I wanted to like this book because of the basic plot, but unfortunately it seemed to be more action-focused than story-concerned, and the pace of everything seemed rushed. ...

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  • Gina Best
    Nov 09, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

  • Jessica Arnold
    Mar 06, 2019

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

    DNF about 1/4 of the way through. I wanted to like this book because of the basic plot, but unfortunately it seemed to be more action-focused than story-concerned, and the pace of everything seemed rushed. ...

  • Jasmine
    Dec 03, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

  • Lelia Taylor
    Dec 04, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

  • Jessica
    Nov 27, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

  • Nancy (The Avid Reader)
    Nov 02, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

  • Jazzie Black
    Aug 07, 2019

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

    DNF about 1/4 of the way through. I wanted to like this book because of the basic plot, but unfortunately it seemed to be more action-focused than story-concerned, and the pace of everything seemed rushed. ...

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  • Kayla
    Dec 16, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

    DNF about 1/4 of the way through. I wanted to like this book because of the basic plot, but unfortunately it seemed to be more action-focused than story-concerned, and the pace of everything seemed rushed. ...

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  • Alana • thebookishchick
    Nov 30, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

  • Tina Hamby
    Dec 01, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

  • T.H. Hernandez
    Dec 22, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

  • Jessica Belmont
    Dec 06, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

  • Cranky - The Book Curmudgeon
    Dec 04, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

  • Kristen Burns
    Nov 28, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

  • Edwin Rydberg
    Dec 13, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

    DNF about 1/4 of the way through. I wanted to like this book because of the basic plot, but unfortunately it seemed to be more action-focused than story-concerned, and the pace of everything seemed rushed. ...

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  • SelinaNoelle
    Jun 25, 2019

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

    DNF about 1/4 of the way through. I wanted to like this book because of the basic plot, but unfortunately it seemed to be more action-focused than story-concerned, and the pace of everything seemed rushed. ...

    4,5 Stars ...

  • Deborah Adams
    Sep 25, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

  • Shalini
    Dec 09, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

  • Susan Burlew
    Nov 26, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

  • Cath
    Jul 23, 2019

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

  • Sarah Hocut
    Dec 31, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

  • FictionNoChaser
    Nov 28, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

  • Ernesto
    Dec 06, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

    DNF about 1/4 of the way through. I wanted to like this book because of the basic plot, but unfortunately it seemed to be more action-focused than story-concerned, and the pace of everything seemed rushed. ...

    4,5 Stars ...

    ...

    ...

  • Samara
    Sep 18, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

  • Sheila Phillips
    Sep 19, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

  • Andrea Hernandez
    Dec 06, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

    DNF about 1/4 of the way through. I wanted to like this book because of the basic plot, but unfortunately it seemed to be more action-focused than story-concerned, and the pace of everything seemed rushed. ...

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  • Isaac
    Dec 06, 2018

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

    DNF about 1/4 of the way through. I wanted to like this book because of the basic plot, but unfortunately it seemed to be more action-focused than story-concerned, and the pace of everything seemed rushed. ...

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  • Tiffany
    Aug 07, 2019

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

  • Linda Sutton
    Jul 26, 2019

    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 ask for?! This book was a blast. From the moment it started it hit the ground and never ...

    Check out my character interview with Simon and West @ Metaphors and Moonlight! --------------------- 3.5 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book from the authors. This has not influenced my review.* This book was kind of a YA thriller/action & adventure story ...

    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 characters, and writing that delivers everything you?d want in a novel like this. The ...

    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 installment. Told from four third-person points of view, this is a little different tha...

    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 to the world. An adventurous thriller like no other, this book by Deborah Adams an...

    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 to find out what happens next. I won this in a goodreads giveaway, thanks! Looking fo...

    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 Waypoint being coauthored, so I can safely say the author is brilliant, and not necessar...

    Overall Rating: ???? Heroine: Dad Jokes & Laura Croft Dude: He-man & Spock Steaminess: Waterfalls make good baths... Brutality: Stabbed with a tree spile We follow twins West and Simon as they journey to turn the power back on in the US. Along the way, they meet ...

    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 Adams and Kimberley Perkins. It's their debut novel, and boy is it a good one. I...

    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. As an avid reader, I depend and rely on book reviews to help me decide where to inve...

    At some time in the not too distant future, the powers that be decided that having one power grid would be a good idea. You know, consolidation of resources, leaner staffing needs, etc., and all that works just fine until the inevitable happens and the thing stops working. Oops, no Pla...

    I had the privilege of reading an early draft of Waypoint in the role of a beta-reviewer, and I was immediately impressed by it, even at that nascent stage. When I was approached about reviewing, I wasn?t sure whether I should accept, since the book was initially described to me as Y...

    My Review: ????/5 Honestly, It took me longer then anticipated to read Waypoint. It's not a bad book, with the holiday, it was hard to sit down and read it. I gave this 4 stars because the story and and structure was very complete. You can tell that they really thought it out...

    Waypoint is set Washington DC and surrounding states in the VERY near future (2067). Prior to the start of the text, the authors provide a timeline to set-up the story. The world is under one worldwide governing body. Since the novel is set 49 years in the future having references to f...

    I was a Beta reader for this novel and was blown away by the story...love the dynamic between the brothers. I was especially drawn to West, he had a plan and made it happen. The story was well written and fast paced. I can't wait for the sequel! ...

    Waypoint is set in a post-apocalyptic world featuring twin brothers Simon and West. The power has been out in the country for a while now and when information on how to restore the power falls into the brothers hands they risk life and limb to get the power turned back on. Simon and...

    This is a post-apocalyptic adventure story with power going off, world-wide, some three months ago and no idea what was behind it. There is no electricity, no power, no transportation and no lights, nothing we have come to rely on in the modern world. Society is beginning to fall apart...

    4 Cranky Stars West and Simon Harper are two ordinary teen aged boys who happen to be twins. But that is where the similarity ends. While West is a hunky jock with plenty of girlfriends, Simon is a geeky gamer whose only friends are online. As long as he is playing "Arcadia", he's...

    I received a digital arc in exchange for an honest review. This is simply my opinion on the book and is not influenced by any external factor. Absolutely astounding!! Waypoint is the first in a post-apocalyptic adventure of four teens investigating the cause of the electricity cut ...

    I love reading YA fiction, but typically I don?t lean toward action/adventure stories. I?m so glad I took a chance on Waypoint, though! The entire book was full of suspense and kept me wanting to read more to see what was next ? I could never quite guess, though, because it was f...

    DNF about 1/4 of the way through. I wanted to like this book because of the basic plot, but unfortunately it seemed to be more action-focused than story-concerned, and the pace of everything seemed rushed. ...

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