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- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1,936 customer reviews)
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Patriots: A Novel of Survival in the Coming Collapse [Audiobook][Unabridged] (Audio CD)
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With the United States in turmoil and collapse, the United Nations and at least some international banks have survived. Together they become the catalyst behind a provisional federal government that seeks to exert near dictatorial control over America. Frankly, I believe there is much more strength in the institutions of the United States than there ever was in the United Nations and so this plot scenario strained believability for me. However, when asked, James Rawles stated, "I made the scenario in the novel a near `worst case' in order to make it more interesting reading, and as an opportunity to show the need for planning and preparedness in a variety of areas..."
Using the Crunch as a literary device Rawles packs the novel with data about guns, medicine, fuels, equipment and tactics. The book has been described in several online reviews as a "survival manual fairly neatly dressed as fiction." Indeed it is much more entertaining than reading the facts in a reference book or manual. But this is also the greatest weakness. It is hard to pack facts into a novel without the author intruding into the story.Read more ›
Come on, the use of a simple whiteboard with a timeline drawn on it and used to update the text would have made this a much more enjoyable read. Any decent editor should have caught these errors and had them corrected before sending it to the printers.
Plus, as another reviewer stated, recent college grads paying cash in the hundred thousand dollar range for ranches in Idaho is a bit ridiculous.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved most of the book. There was a disturbing couple chapters of 2 violent sovereign citizens pre-crunch that had nothing to do with the book.Published 7 days ago by Chuck Wise
Pretty good. Lots of details and written more from a tactical point of view. My husband enjoyed it.Published 9 days ago by S. Cowan
get this book and read it
then read this a 2nd time and hi-lite all the tips and training info
do not lend out this book as you will not get it back
so go and by... Read more
THE BOOK OF NORMAN: LDS fiction -- A MISSIONARY STORY The end time are coming and survival will not be for everyone. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Author of THE BOOK of NORMAN Paul Riley
The action is well written.background is given,the book flows well.i liked the characters and can relate to the content. A good readPublished 26 days ago by Zman
This book was well written and tells a great story. It keeps the reader interested and invokes so many emotions. I am looking forward to others in the series.Published 1 month ago by Jason Snith