The Prepper Reconstruction
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    Fades the Light | Ron Foster

    Fades the Light

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Ron Foster
    • Narrated By Phil Williams
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    Author Ron Foster concludes the classic Prepper Trilogy, ten years after a solar geomagnetic storm takes out the electrical grid and reduces the population by 90%. The prepper fellowship of the bugged out lake community survivors faces a dilemma they never expected until now.

    Great story!

    Very entertaining story!

    Reviewed on December 10 2013 by Sheila (Montgomery, AL, United States)
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    The Prepper Reconstruction: An Apocalyptic Memory | Ron Foster

    The Prepper Reconstruction: An Apocalyptic Memory

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    • By Ron Foster
    • Narrated By Phil Williams
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    The prepper fellowship of the bugged-out lake community survivors faces a dilemma they never expected until now. The few young adults still left in the little colony have decided they need to move on and make their own paths. Who will help cut the firewood and help break ground for next season's crops so these prepper geriatrics don't fall out with a heart attack or something trying to do it all by hand? This collection contains two books: Fades the Light and A Diary of a Kudzu Salesman.

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    Diary Of A Kudzu Salesman: The Prepper Reconstruction, Volume 2 | Ron Foster

    Diary Of A Kudzu Salesman: The Prepper Reconstruction, Volume 2

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 12 mins)
    • By Ron Foster
    • Narrated By Phil Williams
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    The characters from the classic Prepper Trilogy have moved from their survival retreat on the lake and have taken up city living in one of the FEMA reconstruction towns. The government is attempting to jump start the economy once more after a solar storm took down the grid and the economy 10 long years ago. Politics and a religious cult leader who is a decedent of a Kudzu salesman threaten to upset the survivor's plans to restart their lives as the stresses of rejoining civilization mount.

    Southern prepper story of kudzu and preparedness

    I like them both equally. When I read a book I get my version of the story. When I listen I get a new interesting interpretation that inspires me even..Show More »

    Reviewed on April 21 2014 by Scifi Fan (Montgomery, Alabama United States)