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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.


Knowledge Can Be Dangerous



Nathan Fisher, his family, and their friend, David find themselves running from Cerberus in a fight for their lives. Caught in the middle of a war over water rights for the western states Fisher has information that could change everything. Will Fisher share this vital information or go into hiding – if he lives?

Konkoly’s second installment of the Fractured State Series, Rogue State, picks up immediately where the first novel ended. It is full of non-stop action and suspense. There is more development of the supporting characters. We get to see just how insidious the workings of Cerberus really are.

There is a lot of human emotion in this novel along with at least one laugh out loud moment. Konkoly easily combines black ops with everyday people. This has to be one of my favorite books written by this author. I highly recommend it.

5 out of 5 stars.

Nearly Perfect Prepper Fiction


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Nelson Jackson and his family are prepared to bugout to a farm where like-minded individuals have setup to live long term in the event of a disaster. When the Asian markets collapse they put their plan to evacuate into action. The federal government acts quickly to restrict travel and what a family is allowed to have in their possession. Will the Jackson family and their friends make it to their safe haven before the government takes them into custody?

Watson’s first novel in the Forgotten Forbidden America series, Rise of Tyranny is exactly what I look for in a post-apocalyptic, prepper story. It is fast paced, has a great group of believable characters that are well developed, has a realistic storyline, and is hard to put down.

There were only a couple of possible typos, but the author was a bit redundant in the use of some of his phrases. Otherwise, I loved this book! It was freaking awesome! I can’t wait to read the rest of the series.

5 out of 5 stars.

I received this book for free from the author for review consideration. This in no way affected my opinion of the book, or the content of my review.