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Publisher's Summary

Gil Sanders has at least a vague idea of what to expect from an alien abduction - he's seen it unfold countless times in TV, movies, and urban legends since he was a kid.
So when he becomes the unlucky participant in an alien encounter, the biggest question on Gil's mind is why these aliens seem to refuse to play by the book.
Sometimes thrilling, occasionally creepy, and often gross (with a few laughs thrown in), The Waypoint is a science fiction adventure that's sure to keep you guessing until the very end.
©2016 Benjamin Lee Haskett (P)2017 Benjamin Lee Haskett
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4 out of 5 stars
By DSICLetz on 12-12-17

good listen

I'm not going to lie I wasn't in love with the narrator but the story made up for it. quick read with a great ending to tie it all together.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Allen on 11-17-17

A really good first novel

What I like about this book is that it has a realistic feel to it, even though it's about an alien abduction. There's nothing over top and it's clear that the story was well thought out. There's a sprinkling of humor in it too... I think it could have used a bit more though.

One of the challenges in the book is that there are a lot of chapters where it's just the main character, Gil and some aliens that can't (or don't) talk to him. Furthermore, he's in a confined space. This leaves lots of time for inner monologue and reflexion. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but I wish the author had explored this space a little more above thoughts of immediate survival and trying to figure out the motives of his captors. There's room here for deep thought about bigger issues.

All in all, it's really good for a first novel and I'm looking forward to reading more from him.

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