The Journey of Why: Book I - Foundations

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
For generations, the Product has been dug out of the ground, packed up and placed in Storage Wagons, to be carried away by the Locomotor.

Myranda, 12-year-old troublemaker, finally asks one too many questions and gets sent to Administration. This is the first step in a journey that will unravel the fabric of her world. What is the Product? Where does the Trainway take it & most importantly, Why?

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About Christophor Rick

Christophor is a Milwaukee, WI native who has long been interested in science which culminated in an internship at the NASA Astrobiology Academy and a degree in Molecular Biosciences and Biotechnology. His creative writing spans general fiction, science-fiction, fantasy and other speculative fiction. His novel-length works include The WifeCycle, Foundations: The Journey of Why Book I, and Do Diligence, The Sins & Virtues Book I. His pilot script for his web series Not So Super was chosen as a Top Five Finalist in the 2012 ZoomTilt Reset TV contest.

He has been a freelance writer for over a decade and has over 3,000 articles published online and in magazines. He has been a video game journalist, an online video industry analyst, freelance social media manager, content strategist, associate editor, and editor-in-chief at several online publications.

When not writing he is meditating, practicing Yoga, honing his video shooting and editing skills on a project or spending time with his daughter Leiana Khaleesi.


Review by: Warklaw on Feb. 1, 2011 :
Excellent read, very fast paced book. While I was hesitant at first I ended up not being able to put the book down, and was sad that it was over when I reached the end. It definitely leaves you wanting more, very much looking forward to the next one.

Some of the concepts, such as a completely controlling government like body, are familiar. But the unique setting of the world really draws the reader in by raising questions that one hopes are answered by reading further.

My only complaint really is the pace of the book verses its depth. New concepts and interesting characters are introduced but often little is written about them, and some of the relationships between them seem a bit assumed. It would seem the length of the book would leave room to explore some of these characters and concepts a bit more, without detracting from the pace of the story. I hope that with the next book, promised at the end of this one, more questions as to the inner workings of this unique world and its characters are answered.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Review by: Tom Busha on Jan. 18, 2011 :
In this book, Christopher Rick slowly reveals a dystopian society through the eyes of Myranda as she works her way towards the light. A quick and entertaining read with thought-out characters and a few surprises. If your kids are ok with things like the Graveyard Book (Neil Gaiman) or Thief of Always (Clive Barker) they will have no problem understanding or dealing with the events in this book. I found it worth the time to take a look.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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