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Nelson, Michelle, and their family have made it to the farm, having narrowly avoided detainment. Along with their circle of friends, they quickly set about reinforcing their home for the inevitable outbreak of the next civil war. While the corrupt American government hunts down free Americans, the family is caught in the line of fire. Forced to choose between fight and flight, the Patriots Reborn must risk everything to survive in a world filled with chaos.
In this new world, no one is safe. Join Nelson, Michelle, Gerald, and the rest of their clan in the harrowing second installment of Forgotten Forbidden America: Patriots Reborn.
©2016 Thomas A. Watson (P)2016 Thomas A. Watson
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By nicholas hancock on 08-09-16

awful

this book is disgusting, it's like the demented fantasy of a thirteen-year-old maladjusted hillbilly. They seem to find every sort of awesome weapon along the way like Sonic the Hedgehog pics of gold rings. this book is accepting of alternative lifestyles and the two main characters are trashy horny losers with no morality and lame jokes.
got to be the worst book ever by far.

- Marine 0317

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By Thaddeus on 06-05-16

Hard to sympathize with psycopaths

There were several glitches in the recording. Lines being repeated was common. Other than that, it was hard to identify with people that take casual joy in extreme cruelty. Our hero band was able to obtain all manner of hardware and weapons that would simply be unavailable or too expensive for the average person. It is as if they knew when and how TSHTF.

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