As the financial system crumbles around them, a family learns how to survive the challenges of an unfamiliar new world. Bill, Gracie, and their son Joe learn new ways to live as their reality changes. Bread, gasoline, and even toilet paper all become scarce when the trucks stop rolling. When a ghost from the past threatens their lives, there are no police to call. And even greater, unexpected trials lie ahead. Faced with a new and unfamiliar economy, they find new friends and learn to cherish the community around them. From food to self defense, there is no one to rely on but their neighbors and themselves.
©2013 Donald J. Mitchell (P)2014 Donald J. Mitchell
Unlike many 'survivalist' books, this is a realistic look at survival in the US if our culture were to fall apart. This book is a combination of survival logistics, realistic scenarios, and good entertainment. I found it thought provoking, educational and entertaining all at the same time. There was also a very good spiritual element that would make sense to many.
Great narration, good clarity, the right amount of emotion. Very believable.
Chilling with a book is my favorite thing to do.
After 16 chapters I could not go any more. Story was boring.
Slow, slow, slow...
The narrator did a very good job. The story just did not hold my interest.
The Narrator has a great voice and is easy to listen too.
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