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In some ways, post-Collapse life at Pierce Point resembles the everyday normalcy that Grant and others still hoped would return. The community is organized and humming along smoothly, the young guys on the Team are partnering off with local “Team Chicks”, and Grant's daughter has found a boyfriend. For most, the new reality has been accepted and a calm, self-sustaining groove is setting in. For others, though, life is far from normal. Special Forces Ted returns with an offer that cannot be refused. In the blink of an eye, Grant Matson has another title he can add to father-of-the-year and prepper-in-chief: Lieutenant Grant Matson, Commander of the 17th Irregulars.
Grant and the Team are whisked away to Marion Farm, where they will train civilians and be trained to become a special squad in a Special Forces guerrilla group. The slower, simple life at Pierce Point is about to disappear to make way for a community that is well-trained and battle-ready, posed to fight the Loyalist opposition. This cannot happen fast enough, though. Gangs are growing steadily and the government is becoming a bigger threat to freedom and the nation. Violence is turning into an everyday occurrence outside of Pierce Point, and it is only a matter of time before the peaceful community will need to protect itself from external dangers. Grant feels the weight on his shoulders as he now needs to protect not just his family, but the entire community, and possibly, all of Washington State.
©2013 Sellerman and Sweeney, LLC (P)2014 Sellerman and Sweeney, LLC
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4 out of 5 stars
By Karl on 12-17-14

A refreshing dose of reality.

The whole series of book so far has been entertaining and informative. It does seem to move slow at times, but its necessary to set up the story. I have really enjoyed this series because in teotwawki book club most seem to highlight either violence, gear or politics. 299 days has all of that also but expands into different facets of a reality based future that is truly easy to believe and scary.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Rep. Matt Shea on 10-30-14

Glen Tate Nails it Again

Would you consider the audio edition of The 17th Irregulars to be better than the print version?

For those of us who are on the road a lot this is the perfect way to get your "reading" in and the audio version brings the book alive.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The 17th Irregulars?

Glen Tate's insight into human nature and reaction during a crisis is invaluable. The audio version sinks in more and it is easier to remember the principles behind this great work of fiction based on fact. Keep up the great work Glen Tate and Kevin Pierce!

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3 out of 5 stars
By alexander on 01-30-15

The pace is picking ip

One gets used to the narrator, due in part to the story getting more interesting.
The 'I love my wife and kids' is getting a bit tiresome, if we have stayed with the story so far we should have a good idea of his emotional inclinations.
I have just purchased the last three volumes as I am now hooked on the story.

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