Now, back to the story: in Windows John is shown to be not-so-good at "killing" people (in contrast to his father who is an expert marksman and never gets any enemies), and as a consequence Johnny must find a way to help Johnny reach the top of the food chain. And the only way that can be done is to teach Johnny the various skills required in order to do so (Johnny knows how to build a raft, he knows how to read and write in English, and he has had some experience with building for others before but he doesn't really know how to use them). To do so, Johnny needs to be taught by his Uncle Artemus to be a good fighter, an archer and an expert at using a bow and arrow. So Johnny packs his bags and travels to Earth realm. Along the way he meets a girl who turns out to be his future love and gets transformed into a gnome (Johnny actually has no idea she is human and by the end of the book he doesn't care what she looks like).
The first few chapters of the book give you an idea of how well the author has researched the subject. I especially liked how the author portrays the different types of people Johnny comes across in this fantastic novel, and how they are as diverse as America. The last few chapters of the book take you into the actual adventures Johnny gets involved in and are also written quite well. Overall, Johnny castaway screensaver is an excellent novel that will keep you reading till the very end.