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Reviewed by Michelle Randall for Readers' Favorite
Her life had been spiraling out of control for a while now, but it had come to a head, and Stacy was ready to make it all go away. Although her idea of making it go away involved murder, suicide and arson. Luckily maybe for her, an old friend called her up just as she was about to begin her plans and made her an offer that she couldn't really refuse. A job, plenty of money and a new life; there had to be some kind of catch. Far away in the Indian Ocean, John was on a mission to retrieve a case from a downed plane, that's all. It was supposed to be a simple job, until the sonar mapping of the ocean floor started showing plane after plane, commercial liners, small planes and military jets. What in the world is going on? Waypoint is a science fiction story, but with enough bits of reality in it so that the reader will begin to question what is made up and what is actually real. Author C.F. Waller has written a complex, multi layered story of intrigue, covert operations, blurred lines between right and wrong, good and bad, and who is really whom.
In Waypoint, there is the airplane graveyard on the bottom of the Indian Ocean, which people speculated about being a possibility after the disappearance of the Malaysian airliner a few years back. Take that recent event, add it to a fiction story and expand on it in ways that merge with current technology and yet talk about some things that may or may not be in existence as well ... and it becomes a novel that blurs the lines of fact and fiction. Author C.F. Waller has written a novel that at the end has you asking, could this really have happened, or could this actually be happening right now and we just don't know about it? There are choices everyone in the novel must make, and sacrifices that occur to move the story along, but by the end, you will put the book down and wonder about our world.