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Unfortunately, the area has been taken over by a ruthless militia and the second half deals with the battles needed to defeat this militia.
The book ends showing that the government is indulging in some population cleansing of its own, and Roger's battles look like continuing.
The battles were a bit lengthy but The book was interesting overall and I like the fact that Roger's parents are active members of the group.
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Military issues, security, and terrorism are subjects I am not unfamiliar with, I have some work that has been published on counter-terrorism so the general storyline is not unbelievable. I've been working on preparedness since the 1980's and found a couple of new twists and concepts to explore for our program. I really enjoyed it.
The writing was generally crisp, there were a couple of difficult passages that could have been improved, but all in all the editing missteps were very minor and did not interrupt the flow at all.
I soundly recommend this book.
PLEASE do not waste your money on this. If an "author" is careless enough to publish a work that hasn't even been proofread at a 4th-grade level, or even spellchecked, then does he/she really deserve your money?
This is quite simply the most disappointing Kindle book I've ever purchased, and I've struggled through some real duds. There's nothing new here (at least in first 20% of the book). It's a tired, old rehashed story that's becoming all too prevalent in the genre these days ... the power goes off and someone has to travel a ways across a country descending into chaos. There is no value added here, folks. There's no interesting tips, no good intel, no character development ... you get the point. Save your money and look elsewhere for something to read. I'd rather read the nutrition labels of my canned goods than try to forge a few more pages into this atrocity.
If I could give this e-book zero stars, I would.
It carried the reader along and I found myself waking up at 3 am and pulling out the Kindle to see how he and his family were doing! It flows very well and the author avoided the pitfall of feeling as if he had to kill everyone off to make it "real".
All in all I thought it well worth the read and - even if you aren't into survival/prepping - very informative!
There is absolutely no character development for any of the characters. At a minimum, there should have been some development of the main character (Haliday). By the end of the book, I still felt as though I knew very little about the main character other than he is a pompous arrogant pile that I could not bring myself to like.
The story line is very unbelievable. The first few pages offered a little promise, but everything fell apart very fast. I understand the idea of prepping, but Haliday seems to have just the right thing where ever he is to solve whatever problem he is confronted with, which makes the story TOO far-fetched. He also seems to have a lot of electronic items that work even after an EMP style attack. Overall, the story lacked detail in some of the important areas, and was too wordy in others.
I feel like I wasted a lot of time reading this. I kept expecting it to get better, but that never happened. Don’t waste your time or money.