Say something about yourself!
You can see how the story has evolved since the early '90s. There are a few discrepancies like a guy saying he used Google in 1997.
I have been reading books like this since the 80s by various artists including Jerry Ahearn and William Johnstone this is as close to a modern adaptation of those books as I've seen so far I recommend it to anyone who has concerns about our country's future
good series of books, a little heavy on the religious side at times. also dont read this one frist, read survivors, then founders. then read this one. this one gives away the end plots to the 2nd and 3rd books.
Moderately interesting story, written as a historical novel of the future. More than I wanted to know about all sorts of guns, though. It took a while to get to the resolution after the recounting of many anecdotes.
I loved this story. JWR goes into such depth in describing gear, tactics, and loads of preprositioning tips and techniques that reading this book is almost like taking a class from a Master in Survivalism. I certainly enjoyed living vicariously through this story, and I can't wait to get started on the next one.
Most boring book via audible I've listened too. I punted mid way through. not even 14 hours in a tractor fertilizing corn could make this interesting.
A terrific read/listen. Sooner or later a collapse of this country is coming and this is one scenario. Gets the attention immediately and well thought out. My only complaint is the author spent way too much time in detailing all the guns/ammo/accessories and the details in improvising weapons, To me (who isn't into guns) this was more of a distraction from the story that is otherwise very thought provoking.
The story starts off a little slow and has a few story breakouts that I am not sure are needed. However I really liked the story and it made me realize that I am no where close to being prepared.