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Adrian's War (A Distant Eden Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Lloyd Tackitt
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Three years after a solar storm wiped out the power grid Adrian Hunter embarks on a journey to the mountains, determined to live and survive by utilizing his knowledge of stone age techniques. He encounters a band of raiders who attempt to take him prisoner - and Adrian's War begins.


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  • File Size: 351 KB
  • Print Length: 230 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1478297700
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  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008VRADEW
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107 of 123 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Adrian's Ho-Hum How To Book of War September 16, 2012
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I gave a rather poor review for the first in this series for several reasons. Even allowing for it's stated purpose of being a how to book wrapped up in a story, it gave the wrong how-to's. The story was morally repugnant in many ways and well...I didn't like it. But, during the comments section of my review I got asked if I had read the second. So, I took the gauntlet up and got this one, the second in the series to see how it stacked up.

Improvements have been made, I'll be the first to admit it. But I think some of that may be simply because my paleolithic skill-set is not the same as my more modern skill-set when it comes to surviving adversity. My knowledge there is rudimentary and this book is divided fairly cleanly between use of paleolithic skills and battle tactics. Therefore, it could very well be completely out to lunch and I wouldn't be able to parse that out.

As the forward of the book states, this is a how-to introduction with a thin skin of story. Oh boy, is it a thin skin. And a lot of it makes zero sense too. For example, why in the world would anyone go paleolithic in the first place? In a survival situation, would you toss your gun and start looking for reeds to make weak arrows? You might make the weak but quiet arrows, but would you completely dump your gun? Ah..no. So, we're given the pretext that Adrian was sort of on a death wish type of march. Yet people with death wishes don't do that much work. It just sort of didn't add up very well.

Then there is the whole one man war thing. Oiy. Adrian goes insane and then kills, via torturous poison arrows dipped in bear poo, whole slews of folks. They are bad folks and need killing, sure. No problem there. But why in the world does one hang around for months playing "catch me" with these doofuses?
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Disturbing and not realistic November 12, 2012
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I bought this book because I had read the first book by this author, "A Distant Eden." That book was informative and fairly realistic. Reading the author's second book, "Adrian's War" was disappointing.

At the beginning of the book I started making notes about things I found to be realistic as opposed to implausible. Adrian is a former special forces guy and after his wife dies he goes off on a solo trek into the wilderness. What? In the military you are taught to work as a team, not solo.

He meets a small group of starving folks and spends a few days showing them various plants and their uses. He also teaches them some basic survival techniques. The plants he spoke of are regional and specific to the desert southwest (for the most part). Adrian explains that wild onion and camas are not the same: one you can eat and the other can kill you (this is true). I do not think it was made clear enough that you should never, ever eat wild plants unless you know what they are and how to prepare them. (Given that in the news this week--11/12/12--there were 6 people sickened by soup made with wild mushrooms that turned out to be poisonous proves my point in a real manner: two people who ate the soup died, four are sick and in the hospital as I write this review). Update: four of the six folks that ate those mushrooms have died. I cannot tell people enough: KNOW YOUR LOCAL PLANTS. Know how to do a visual ID. PERIOD. 11/29/2012

Further into this book, due to grief, Adrian goes "primitive." Builds a hut, kills game, knaps the bottoms of glass bottles and then pieces of flint to make arrow heads. Sure you can try these techniques but why? Yes I have seen this done on a certain TV show, and this is the point where this book went off the rails, for me.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Adrian's War is Explosive! August 15, 2012
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I loved the first book in this series so I was excited to hear that Adrian was getting his own book this time. Much like A Distant Eden, this book is part survival guide and part novel and I thought the parts fit together even better this time around. There are some great tips in here to research further on how to live off the land and survive in even the harshest of environments as well as educating readers about the cultural blinders that prevent us from maximizing nutrition when our lives are on the line. I found the information about the proper way to eat rabbits particularly intriguing since the well documented cases of hunters "starving" to death with bellies full of rabbit meat.

From these lessons, we transition over to the guerilla warefare portion of the book and I won't spoil anything when I write that the action and tension found here make the book worth the price of admission. If you like the first book, you will love this one as Adrian is finally unleashed.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent sequel to A Distant Eden August 19, 2012
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Although this appears to be the middle book in a trilogy, it is an excellent followup to A Distant Eden. Focused more on Adrian, the author also delves into the origins of myth & folklore. The story is more exciting than Distant Eden, which is saying alot. I bought it yesterday and finished it at breakfast this morning.

A few typos, including a couple of amusing ones, still don't detract from the tale. Tackitt is one heck of a storyteller!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the read August 13, 2012
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I really enjoyed A distant Eden and was keen to read the follow up and this didn't disappoint. My only criticism is that there was only one storyline.

The book is about Roman and Sarah's nephew Adrian (the soldier from the last book) and his grief at losing his wife and the journey he undertakes to get away from his heartache. Adrian travels to the mountains and comes across a group of escaped prisoners who are terrorising the locals and have turned cannibal. He decides to exterminate them and uses all sorts of clever tricks to do so.

This book is well written, it held my interest from start to finish (and I'm not military minded). It also ends on a real cliff hanger with Adrian going back to the homestead where Roman and Sarah live to help them with some major threat that is heading their way (but we don't know what that is) and so now I'm looking forward to the next story.

I like this authors style, it's easy to read and neither too wordy or overly edited. I particularly like the lack of preaching and moralizing that so often is found in post apocalyptic fiction. I enjoyed this book. I've given it 4 stars because I would have liked it to be longer and to involve the original characters more. Enjoy!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Entertaining! Action packed.
Published 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars great
Great series

I really like these books and the way they tie in a story but still give you survival instruction
Published 1 month ago by wyocamogirl
4.0 out of 5 stars Great story
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Part survival training and part good story, it was a fast, easy read that held my attention and made me keep wanting to read "just one more... Read more
Published 1 month ago by S. E. Smith
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book
sounds like a good series, well written and goog story line. Will be looking forward floor the rest of them.
Published 1 month ago by Bhens1060041
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
LIked it. Would read more in the series.
Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
4.0 out of 5 stars 4 I enjoyed the idea of starting over. Of Course it takes
a special type personally and skills and training to be the hero.My favorite genera. 4 stars. looking forward to the next story.
Published 1 month ago by bob graham
5.0 out of 5 stars Tackitt Nails It!
The entire series is essential reading for preppers, survivalists, and for people who just enjoy a darned good read. Read more
Published 2 months ago by alvoss05yahoo
4.0 out of 5 stars Good stuff.
Good quick read. Entertaining but not too probable. The survival bits are interesting. It's a fun book. Like a postapocalyptic Tarzan.
Published 3 months ago by Ben Hughes
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Good book
Published 3 months ago by Avid reader
3.0 out of 5 stars An Enjoyable Read
I found Adrian's War by Lloyd Tackitt, the second book in the Distant Eden Series an enjoyable read. The opening pace was slow and the action delayed, yet well worth the wait. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Glenda
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