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  • Fight like a Man: A Post Apocalyptic Thriller: The SHTF Series, Book 1 | L. L. Akers

    Fight like a Man: A Post Apocalyptic Thriller: The SHTF Series, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By L. L. Akers
    • Narrated By Kevin Pierce
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    As a prepper, Grayson Rowan was prepared for almost anything...anything other than being totally alone when the sh*t hits the fan. While he sat back and watched the US rattle swords with Korea, play chicken with Russia, and strong-arm China, he felt sure if the lights went out that he and his family would be ready and safe. What he wasn't prepared for was his family not being home if it ever happened. Olivia Rowan is with her sisters, Gabby and Emma, on a girls-only trip to Myrtle Beach. Graysie Rowan, a freshman at university, just wants to go home.

    harmonyblue says: "first book of the series and I am already hooked"
  • Living in the Land of Death: The Choctaw Nation, 1830-1860 | Donna L. Akers

    Living in the Land of Death: The Choctaw Nation, 1830-1860

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 10 mins)
    • By Donna L. Akers
    • Narrated By Sally Martin
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    With the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the Choctaw people began their journey over the Trail of Tears from their homelands in Mississippi to the new lands of the Choctaw Nation. Suffering a death rate of nearly 20 percent due to exposure, disease, mismanagement, and fraud, they limped into Indian Territory, or, as they knew it, the Land of the Dead (the route taken by the souls of Choctaw people after death on their way to the Choctaw afterlife). Their first few years in the new nation affirmed their name for the land.

    Jan says: "A proud people more honest than the government"
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