I was contacted by a number of readers that wanted to inquire about what had happened to their favorite characters that appeared in the Prepper Trilogies. I under took the task of answering this as a thank you to my dedicated readers by beginning a series of Novelette so that the characters could give voice to their own experiences from their differing personal perspectives.
These are short little updating features that give my readers the rest o the story that popular demand requested. I myself as an author am fascinated that the story wishes to be continued. This first installment finds our favorite stranded Englishman Stewart, stranded in Atlanta and meeting up with the rescued Melanie after a solar storm has wiped out technology for years to come. The spoiler is they eventually find their way to our also favorite heathen of the dark side of technology failure, the lovable character named Dump Truck.
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Finlay found out what happened to my favorite character.Characters go their separate ways and we always wonder what happened to them in stories. This audible version was great because you get to hear Stewart`s British accent and it made it more real. Definitely a thumbs up.
I think one of the most memorable moments was when Stewart was being chased by ruffians.
Duane is a extremely talented narrator. His ability to change voices believably and keep track of all the different characters voices as multiple people have conversations is amazing.
This book has a lot of emotional high points that made you love the books and the characters even more. Lots of surprises and laughs as I expected.
This is a must have update to the prepper trilogy! I was so sorry to see this character go at the end of the trilogy but he is back and in rare form once again.
I love the fact that we got to see what happened to the characters beyond the first book. Ron has a unique way of teaching people how to prep for disasters with his blending of fiction with facts and tips. The narrator does a wonderful job with the characters. I love the audio versions! I think these books are very good for newbies like me as they really draw you into the subject through the story he presents. It's entertaining, not just instructions on what to do.
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