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Reviewed by Ruffina Oserio for Readers' Favorite
ArcPoint Traveller by John Wozniak is a brilliant story set against the vivid backdrop of a desert world two centuries from now. After the world has suffered the worst of apocalyptic changes, a small group of people tries to find solace in the heart of the Mojave Desert, a place secure from the evil plaguing the world. The huge question is: Can they create everything they want? In a community where rules are vital to the survival of its inhabitants, a young boy has to go beyond the limits to find love. Will he be able to succeed in escaping the guards, and what about the evil that lurks in the outside world?
ArcPoint Traveller is Book One in a series, a seductively powerful opening to a series that will be enjoyed by many readers. John Wozniak starts the story with moving descriptions, and readers are immediately introduced to one of the most compelling characters in the story, Arcon. With skill and ingenuity, the author weaves a variety of themes into this breathtaking story, including love, religion, faith, and the ultimate power of community. The language is very beautiful and the author uses it to paint a landscape that is as symbolic as it is meaningful. The plot is strong, laced with many surprises. The shifts in plot lines and the backstory are skillfully used to create suspense and longing for more in readers. Arcon is my favorite character, solid, with a daring will and an unstoppable sense of adventure. Wozniak is one of those writers to watch closely; his work will hugely entertain and instruct readers.