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The Russians are coming!

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Home Invasion

After setting the FEMA camp free from DHS control things settled down into a somewhat normal life for Morgan and his friends. The community was working together for the most part to bring in a good crop of vegetables for everyone to share. Then a group of strangers show up that upset their fragile new world.

American’s eighth novel in The Survivalist Series, Home Invasion, follows Morgan and his group as they confront an enemy that is beyond their capabilities to defend against. Are they going to have to run to survive this new threat? What about the threat from the West coast?

This realistic tale of what could happen should an EMP disable the USA is a very compelling read.

5 out of 5 stars.

Escaping the masses

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Charlies Requiem

Charlie, aka Charlotte, is a pharmaceutical rep visiting one of her clients in the Orlando area when an EMP hits the USA. The doctor realizes what has happened and the danger all his employees and patients are in. Hundreds of thousands of tourists along with the residents of Orlando are suddenly without any means to travel home or survive. This story focuses on Charlie’s adventure as she tries to get to safety with several traveling companions.

This novella is a joint effort by Angery American and Walt Browning. It is a companion work to the Going Home series by A. American. Instead of focusing on the microcosm of Morgan’s world, it explores the disaster from the perspective of non-preppers caught in the masses of humanity.

I thoroughly enjoyed this novella and am happy to see that the authors have decided to continue Charlie’s story with full length novels.

5 out of 5 stars.

Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?

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Morgan Carter and his extended family are back in their old neighborhood after the liberation of the FEMA/DHS camp. Some of their friends from the camp have joined their crew. With the ever-increasing numbers of mouths to feed, getting a garden planted and hunting have taken all their efforts. Once one threat is seemingly eliminated another crops up to take its place. Now, a wild fire is spreading across Florida unchecked with no rain in site and is heading in Carter’s direction. Meanwhile, the worst of mankind is still out there.

American’s fifth novel in The Survivalist Series, Resurrecting Home, follows Carter as he tries to find ways to redirect the fire so that his group does not have to leave their homes again. After running some threats out of their neighborhood, they realize that a 24/7 watch must be posted. Along with all the other chores needing attention, such as hunting, a schedule must be drawn up. It is amazing to see how willing folks are to work together to survive. The group dynamics change but so far everyone is on board.

Even with the wildfire threat it is nice to see burgeoning friendships moving towards relationships. Along with the defeat locally of the FEMA/DHS folks love being in the air provides hope that things will get better. While things will never be the way they were in the Before, this slower, simpler life seems to be agreeing with those that have survived thus far. American does a great job of detailing everyday life as it is now.

5 out of 5 stars.

Sometimes the Good Guys Really Win

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Morgan Carter and his extended family of friends have bugged out to a secluded area along the river into rustic cabins. Sarge and his crew have joined them temporarily. But, the more that they settle in the more outside influences threaten their survival. Things at the FEMA camp are going from bad to worse for Jess and her friends. And, the National Guard is planning to turn the place upside down.

American’s forth novel in The Survivalist Series, Forsaking Home, follows Carter as he tries to make the cabins in the woods as homelike as possible. With the move comes more of the mental challenges of survival. Up until now most of them lived in their home and that served as an anchor point to the Before. Jess soon finds out that there is a feudal-like structure to the FEMA camp. Those with DHS that feed off the fears of others are thriving with power over the citizen prisoners. Will the Guard succeed?

Each book in the series brings in new characters and some of the lesser reoccurring ones. It is a small world now with so many folks either relocated or having died. It’s a dog eat dog environment now. If you don’t destroy a threat when you first encounter it, then you had better watch your back. It is a time where like-minded survivors need to come together so that they have more security.

If you liked the first three books in this series, you will enjoy this one just as much.

5 out of 5 stars.

Time to Cut Your Losses

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Escaping Home

Morgan Carter feels that he has done what was needed to survive in an economic collapse such as the one the country Is now in. As more of his neighbors either flee to the FEMA camps or die due to starvation or suicide, he finds him and his allies are under constant attack by raiders and sniper fire. None of them want to leave, but what is the price that they will pay if they stay? And, with the rumors that the FEMA camps are more like prison camps, what are their bug out options?

American’s third novel in The Survivalist Series, Escaping Home, showcases the struggles that Morgan faces with trying to balance staying at their home and keeping his family safe. Can he convince his family to relocate if the time comes they can no longer sustain their home? This book also picks back up the story of Jess and what has happened with her and her family since Morgan got her safely to her parents.

Another well written, well edited story in the series. The characters are very diverse and quite complex. The tale is every bit as gritty as those before. I really love this series.

5 out of 5 stars.

What’s Mine is Mine

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Morgan Carter and his traveling companions have each made it to their respective homes throughout Florida after walking home due to an EMP event basically stranding travelers everywhere. With Morgan being an avid prepper his family is better off than most of his neighbors. As things continue to get worse and his neighbors are waiting for the lights to come back on starvation and the need for clean water start to bring out the worst in society. The new government has setup FEMA camps and is strong arming folks into relocating to them.

American’s second novel in The Survivalist Series, Surviving Home: A Novel, pits the prepared against those that are not but think they are owed what others have. The FEMA camps are little more than concentration camps where you check in but you cannot check out.

This is a well written and edited book with strong characters. It is written in such a way as to be totally believable and very scary. I’m looking forward to then next installment.

5 out of 5 stars.

Are You Prepared for a Disaster?

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Morgan Carter is 250 miles from home when and EMP-like event strikes the United States. Everything electronic suddenly no longer works. As a prepper, he carries with him at all times a Go Bag with the necessary tools and supplies to help him stay alive. Determined to get home no matter what Morgan starts walking. Society quickly devolves with the grid down, no running water, and no way to definitively disseminate news.

American’s first novel in The Survivalist Series, Going Home, follows Morgan as he faces the evil of man and nature’s wrath on his trek home. This well written book is full of challenges for Morgan and those he encounters. Morgan is lucky in the fact he is well prepared and that makes him a target from those that are not.

There is a lot that can be learned from this story. While you may not have the means to be as prepared for a disaster as Morgan, every little bit you can do will help you in the long run.

5 out of 5 stars.