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American Exit Strategy (The Economic Collapse Chronicles) (Volume 1) Paperback – September 8, 2013
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About the Author
Mark Goodwin is a Christian author and host of the popular Prepper Recon Podcast which interviews patriots, preppers and economists to help people prepare for the uncertain times ahead. His fiction series, The Days of Noah, spent several months at #1 on the Amazon Best Sellers List for Christian Futuristic Fiction.
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This series is a nice little read, a little shallow perhaps, but a fairly interesting story and a believable concept. I love the use of God's word and prayer as I believe strongly that without God, we are doomed to failure as we rely on our own thinking. I think everyone can agree that relying on our own thinking leads to a lot of mistakes and misperceptions. I love the constant turning to God for guidance and protection. I like the gentle paced tone of the story and relationships, even if the prepper's political message is strong throughout the series. The battle scenes are short and not bloody. The facts are well researched (the author loves his weapons) and his descriptions of geography are accurate. His message of salvation is clear and he makes clear the consequences of failure to accept Christ. One death scene in particular, in book 2, is a very good message.
If you are a believer you will like the story. If you are not, well, all I can say is good luck with that.
All in all, a pretty good story by Mark Goodwin and it is a godly story as it praises His salvation. May God bless you, Mark!
There was some truth to that statement, many of the concerns expressed in 1984 about the then "future" government - have come to pass in our current government. examples: NSA monitoring everyone at all times (big brother is watching), thinking and speaking being controlled (Political correctness vs 'thinkspeach'). 1984 was scary accurate in some of it's predictions.
In similarity, I wonder if future generations will look back at Goodwins book as much the same as his contemporary George Orwell.
Will we find that future generations look back and wonder... "all the signs where there, heck Mark Goodwin wrote a book predicting it"... .
Goodwins book is about the an upcoming US economic collapse that is the result of poor choices (the people and government), many of which the American people have made recently or will need to make in the near future. While this is not by any means a guaranteed progression of our economy, it is a reasonably acceptable possibility.