Enforcing Home : Survivalist

  • by A. American
  • Narrated by Duke Fontaine
  • Series: Survivalist
  • 11 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Morgan has managed to get through a lot. Having made it back to his family and dealt with the issues of unscrupulous neighbors, he then had to deal with the presence of the federal government and their nefarious activities. But with the help of his close-knit group he prevailed. Life is settling into a familiar routine. And with the help of the US Army, they are starting to rebuild their community. But just when Morgan thinks things are assuming some kind of normal, another surprise lands in his lap. He's made sheriff.
Harkening back to a time when law enforcement was a local face in the community, Morgan is forced to step up and be that face, much to his chagrin. With the help of Thad, Danny, and the rest of the crew, he accepts the challenge and tries to make a positive impact. But he's in for yet another surprise. New foes will arise, and old ones will return to conspire to destroy his efforts.
Morgan's group will suffer loss, injury, and constant assault. His new position has made him a target as well as those he loves. The peace and tranquility that the group has fought so hard for will continue to elude them. The fight, as Morgan soon learns, is just beginning.


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Customer Reviews

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Take a little more time editing the next book...

Folks I'm hear to tell you there are a lot, lot, lot of phony reviews for this book. I quite liked this series and was pretty invested in the family and compound. Book #6 though, felt like it didn't even get more than a token review by the author... I couldn't suspend my disbelief, got tired to death of the repeated comments and phrases (a good self-editor would have inked them out on the first reread), the obvious lack of understanding of TB and the stupidity of previously smart characters made listening to this one almost unbearable.

The increased amount of profanity, torture and extensive "locker room" male crudeness... changed the target audience... and I am out of the picture now. Best stopping point was Book 4.

And to make it worse, I didn't learn anything... except for product placement promotions and how to build a latrine... and I had flipping wasted a credit as this book ends without a stop point.
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- Jan "Tangential, eclectic, avid listener... favorite book is the one currently in ear."

Enforcing Home does not disapoint, seemlessly fits

Would you listen to Enforcing Home again? Why?

I listened to the other five, three or four times. I see no need to change here. They just get better and better. Why? Because I like the story.

What other book might you compare Enforcing Home to and why?

Although different in many ways, there are similar components in "One Year After" by William Forstchen, both stories flow nicely.

What does Duke Fontaine bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Continuity. I have some audio books that are series with different readers and that kind of changes the overall flavor. I have some where the reader has is good sometimes and lazy at others, which become annoying. There isn't much I'd change with Fontaine, save maybe a few less "he said" "she saids". All in all, he's very good.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

The future ends, only for those who give up. or maybe just, never say die.

Any additional comments?

I've gotten several books on this same vane, only a few kept my attention and got me to buy the next one. I pray we don't have long to wait for book 7.

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- David Sayre

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-19-2016
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing