David Wozniak lives in the Chicago area with his wife Michele, five daughters and son, three of which are triplets.  For decades he has been reading speculative fiction novels and somehow found the time to write one of his own.  A software architect by trade, his interests also lie in photography, indie music, and wasting money on his Porsche 911.
He can be reached at david.wozniak@sbcglobal.net.
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    Chicago Area
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2 Published Works

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The Gardener of Nahi

Social data: 436K reads. 4.5K votes. 313 comments.

Description: "One of, if not the best paradox novels I've had the good fortune to read. An incredibly well written work..." -MarkTaylor281 "A beautiful and powerful story unlike any I've ever read..." -Ddruid "Finished the whole book on the edge of my seat...

#332 in Science Fiction

Other Works by DavidWozniak.
The Perihelion

The Perihelion

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peri•he•lion: the point in the path of a celestial body that is nearest to the sun - Merriam-Webste...

DavidWozniak commented on The Gardener of Nahi - Chapter 3

Thanks for the feedback, Makrothumia!  I don't know how far you have read, but yes, the game of AntiTwin is quite important to the story, and has a critical piece in the last scenes of the book.  I actually considered calling the book "AntiTwin", but eventually settled on The Gardener of Nahi.  Enjoy the read!

Thanks!  I agree it's a little hard to follow.  I do this intentionally, giving the reader a series of payoffs as they progress through the book.  Hopefully it's not too much, since I run the risk of the reader losing patience and simply moving on to something else.  Gene Wolfe (one of my favorite authors) has said, “My definition of good literature is that which can be read by an educated reader, and reread with increased pleasure.”  I tend to agree.....
      Thanks for reading!
jlmantis posted a message to DavidWozniak
By far the best crafted work I've read so far on Wattpad. Simply beautiful. Gardener Of Nahi is reminiscent (to me) of the style Ian M. Banks, one of my favourite SF authors. Original ideas, compulsively engaging, great charaacter development. Please write more...and soon.
      I am simply amazed you don't have more readers.