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This post-apocalyptic story was long, and for the most part, too slow.
UPDATE: Ok I couldn't finish it so I'm here to update this review to tell you it may well be the poorest written book I've ever read .
The characters and plot are reasonably well-developed, but helpful detail is where this book shines.
Somewhat realistic. Too much emphasis on cooking. More of a cookbook than anything else. Readable, at most.Published 7 months ago by Gordon Matic
Imagine if an acquaintance who is not a professional writer wrote a description of her experiences coping with a SHTF episode. That's how the book reads. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Boneshaker
The story itself is engaging and pleasurable to read.
Having said that:
Grammar is horrible.
Spelling is lacking. Read more
Ideas on survivial in a shtf situation are always interesting and Bugging Out to Nowhere starts out with an interesting story and ends with a lot of loose ends and the plot just... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Linda Monts de Oca
Amateurish writing. Typos galore. Weak story line. Ending was too abrupt. I have read dozens of this type of book this is by far the worst.
I enjoyed this book. It was filled with knowledge and a possible future scenario which could plausibly occur. First person narration makes the story much more exciting. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Diane Nix
haven't had time to read this but I'm planning on reading it on a nice summer day on the beach. good plotPublished 23 months ago by D. West