After a solar storm devastated technology in the world, the acclaimed series of books from the Prepper Trilogy which were combined under the title Our End Of the Lake told what occurred before, but not after, the community took on more people to feed and support. They began to starve and were forced to look for solutions further afield. The four Prepper Novelettes telling the stories of your favorite characters are now combined to give you the further saga of the survivors. Join us now in revisiting our end of the lake for the rest of the story of survival in post apocalyptic America.
The believable dialogue of the characters peopling this Southern Survival story were very engaging and the fact that real survival tips were scattered throughout doubled my enjoyment. The narrator Duane Sharp really delivered with his ability to switch between a wide variety of accents, such as Cajun, British, and a range of Southern voices. Hope that the author Ron Foster gets offers for making Prepper's Road March trilogy and this book into a movie, though listening to this one was so entertaining as to leave me feeling I was in amongst the action.
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What a great way to listen to and enjoy the fun stories all at once. These prepper short stories or novelettes written from a particular favorite character`s perspective are great! I love the way that Ron can switch between character personalities and put a different outlook and personal perspective on surviving after a disaster. When I got done reading and listening to the Prepper Trilogy I was always curious about what happened to a particular character or wondered how a particular character thought about themselves and others that was not revealed in his first three books. I took advantage of the match book offer because Ron`s books always have interesting diagrams and pictures that add to the story or show a concept.
Even if you haven't read the trilogy these post apocalyptic stories stand alone and are entertaining by themselves.They also weave into and follow a continuously developing storyline pretty seamlessly as one characters point of views becomes the hero for the day and another takes over soon after to tell a story of a different day from their experiences.The characters are so well developed that I feel sure Mr. Foster could write whole books about each and everyone's zany adventures if he wanted to explore that path.I hope he does.