Great detail.Lots of moral character and good people. Will make you stop and think.
I am from michigan, and guns are popular here, but this goes a little far, The story is ok, a little strong on religion. Reads like a guide book with a story. Marginally worth your time and credit.
The long lecture on the economic collapse would have been somewhat more tolerable if this guy had even the smallest clue how the economy works. Fox News/Tea Party nonsense.
I purchased this book as a part of an audible 5.95 sale. I feel cheated. The characters are all carbon copies of one another and the book is unrealistic and silly. If you are a far far far right wing extremist who would look forward to the world ending then you will LOVE this book. For the rest of us don't waste your money or credits.
This was both an enlightening/educational book as well as entertaining. As I am aware of the insurmountable debt our government has placed on the backs of the American people, this book brought to light the possibilities of a collapse in our society. A collapse that could very well become a reality once the tipping point is reached. This book will definitely leave you thinking in a whole new light. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and due to the action, I feel it would make an outstanding movie.
Apparently only Christians are smart enough to survive and every single person who is not a Christian is a sexually perverted marauder/ looter. That is when the story is moving forward at all, mostly it's just a meticulous list of gear. By the way is there anything that "the group" has need of. I guess it's nice to have everything. Given the preachy stance of the book it should be listed in the religious section.
I gave it one star because I couldn't give it less. I'd not recommend this book to anyone.
It is terribly slow, mispronouciation of Bovill, any part of North Idaho is isolated and Bovill is the coldest part of Latah County. His facts on survial not quite accurate. I have read better books on survial and his is the poorest
Freaking AWESOME man
It was a cliff hanger all they way threw.
too many to list
it really makes you think of current events
The premise was ok, and I understand t5hat the authors are promoting a specific religious agenda. It needed to be much more subtle. it just kept hammering you over the head with it. Being more subtle would have given the more wider appeal and made the underlying story more interesting.
The story reenforces my own view of the government and the economy. I was, however disappointed in the book.
There are more effective and entertaining ways to present the ideas in the book. The story came off as shallow.
The audiobook was bland, there was far too much technical details about their group's preperation for the apocalypse. Details can be good, but there were more details about preperations than there was story.
I didn't mind the narrarator
There is a show "doomsday preppers", its non-fiction, and not too riveting