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Don't start here, go back to "Going Home" and start at the beginning... fortunately the author doesn't go back and rehash all the back stories, so the book will mean more if read in order. This book does have a natural ending spot, so you won't be forced into reading book 6... if you don't want to continue. I have ranked all the other books in the series a 4. This one didn't quite tip into it for me... I still care for the family and what is happening, and I will probably pre-order the next book again. Just didn't feel like I learned as much this time... or that the story progressed as far... If you have been reading the series and unsure if you want to go on... the last book was a better ending point.
Highlights of this book include fighting a forest fire, barter and the intrusion of families displaced by the fire and looking for a new place.
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Would you listen to Resurrecting Home again? Why?
The author has a way of making you fall in love with the characters in the novel. I have a hard time putting down every book in this series including this one. The author just does such a great job writing the story. It is a survivalist series, but the author didn't get over detailed in survival accessories. He is just detailed enough. He has a very good balance when writing which makes this a great story for all types of readers.
Any additional comments?
Duke Fontaine is spectacular. I can not imagine anyone else narrating this series. He has the perfect voice and attitude for the main character Morgan.
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another great addition. it seems that this book ends the series which makes me sad, but allso truly greatfull.
recommended for all.
I have just finished book 5 in the series and thought I would write a review on the whole series (so far) as I loved all of them the same.
So if you've read the synopsis you'll now that Morgan was on his way home to his wife and 3 kids when.... the power goes out, an EMP maybe? and plunges the world back into the stone age. Now you might be thinking that there is a couple of other books on the same line and a successful TV show.
However what makes this different?
Morgans story and the situations that he finds himself in with people that are trying to survive. I continually thought "yeah, that is what would happen, thats how people would act in that situation" it is brilliantly thought through. The characters are fantastic as well all with very different backstories which really makes you care about what happens to them.
But the stand out thing is the narration by Duke Fontaine it is fantastic it probably the best I've heard, he puts constant voices on all the characters so you know every time who is talking but is still clear to understand.
The only thing I would have liked is an explanation to why Morgan prepared the way he did, it sort of does near the end of the series, its only a small thing but it bug me a little.
If you like excellent narration, brilliant characters and a believable story (with a little hollywood drama chucked in) give this a go.