Waypoint: A Post-Apocalyptic YA Adventure

· Rocket City Publishing
8 reviews

About this ebook

No lights. No transportation. No power.

Well... almost none. Somehow, a group of gamers are the only ones hanging onto the last remnants of power three months after a mysterious worldwide outage. 

Society has fallen into complete chaos. After weeks of digging, teenage tech-genius Simon Harper thinks he finally has the key. There’s only one problem. He has to get it to Waypoint, which is 500 miles away, and he has zero survival skills. To save the world, he must partner with one of his least favorite people. His perfect, all-American twin brother West.

Their plans go out the window. When their house is raided by military-style agents looking for the key, the brothers are forced to take separate routes. And, when two girls with secrets of their own tag along, the brothers must decide if trusting them is worth their lives. Can Simon survive the journey if the girl he’s falling for is actually the enemy he’s running from?

“Waypoint is a dystopian adventure full of twists and turns that will leave you breathless.” -Reviewer

“This book was nothing short of a vivid three-dimensional motion picture, with action, adventure, romance, and of course, saving the world.” -Reviewer

**Gold Medal Winner in the 2019 Readers' Favorite International Book Awards**

8 reviews
John Adams
January 14, 2020
Loved it!
Robin B
March 14, 2020
Down is up, black is white. I need the next book.

About the author

Deborah is a co-author of the award-winning novel Waypoint. She holds a degree in Communication from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. She lives in Huntsville, Alabama with her husband John and two boys Weston and Warner, cheering along with their soccer teams and loaded down like a pack mule with chairs, snacks, and other sundry items.

Kimberley Perkins is the author of the co-written series, Waypoint. She is an avid gamer, a fanfiction author in the Harry Potter fandom, and an analyst. She lives in Alabama with her husband Matt and two cats, Mittens and Cheddar.

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