Mr. Tate is not an exhilarating writer, nor is Mr. Pierce an exceptional reader
Many people agree that there will be problems in America in the future. But I hope Tate doesn't mislead people about how to store food for long term prepping. If you are serious about storing food, you should read several of the Morman articles about food storage, such as shelf life of flour, grains, etc. Rice and Beans are good, but unless the end comes within a year, those pancakes might be poor eating. Same for a number of other things he stored.
disappointment. Quit beating in the point with a hammer. I got it the first time you said it's a false economy, and explained it. the rest is just beating a dead horse.
No. Not the best "end of life as we know it"
His delivery is good. I would read other books read by him.
The story is interesting, but I found his conspiracy pretty weak. And apparently the ladies in Florida are pretty weak. His main lady was just a nothing. Shoot him in the head indeed. I think you should visit a few Texas ladies. You might find they'd only shoot you in the head on purpose.
I'm not sure he could. It's poorly written
This book reinforces my previous opinion that authors should NEVER read their own books. I failed to notice he was reading his own book or I would have never bought it. I'm sure there are exceptions but this is not one.
This book reads like it was written by a sad lonely nerd that wants to make himself the best of society and has no idea that real popularity is.
This story had no redeeming qualities.
Her childish voice did nothing to enhance what is a poor story. And the childish tones certainly didn't help the supposedly lurid sex scenes.
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