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Reviewed by Alex Ndirangu for Readers' Favorite
Far off on the horizon, a great rift spreads far and wide, separating the Mojave Restricted Area from the outside world. The Central Authorities have strict laws in place regarding anything that crosses the Calneva Rift from Mojave. Anything from that location must be quarantined until proper judgment can be made. But this has not been the case for Arcon so far. Since he escaped Mojave, he has stayed hidden from the authorities, thanks to his new friends. Among them is Roberto, a man battling the feeling that he is betraying everything he stands for. However, he knows he has to hold on until they can transition Arcon into modern society. But they will have to move fast. A determined reporter is scrutinizing tidbits of information and coming close to discovering with certainty that there's been a violation of the Mojave restriction. Read Mojave Man: Book 2 of the ArcPoint Series by J.W. Gilbert to find out more.
I truly enjoyed this book from start to finish. J.W. Gilbert explains some of the ArcPoint series events that led up to the current book as the story progressed; it made the plot easy to follow. The author is also a great narrator, and the change from the past to the present is seamless. Any reader can effortlessly become immersed in the book and visualize themselves as one of the notable characters. I could identify with these characters' emotions; when they faced difficulties, my eyes welled up, and when they triumphed, I was happy. Roberto was my favorite character. Like any good father, he was fiercely protective of his daughter and always turned to his heavenly father when things started getting out of hand. Robert and another character named Dan will undoubtedly inspire you to start trusting in God. The suspense is just right and will have you turning the pages until the very end. J.W. Gilbert included some hilarious scenes that will have you chuckling as you read. Anyone seeking something different and delightful should check out Mojave Man: Book 2 of the ArcPoint Series.