The Guardians is the second book in The New Homefront series where patriotic Americans struggle to survive in a collapsing world, while taking a stand against the evil and tyranny that quickly follows. It is the sequel to The Last Layover: The New Homefront,volume one. The Guardians picks up where The Last Layover left off, as well as introducing an exciting new parallel story line and characters. Join our characters as they struggle to survive and find their way in a world forever changed by the events detailed in volume one. The Guardians is an action-adventure thrill ride, packed with plausible events that offers listeners a glimpse into a potential collapse of society, while providing an exciting and entertaining story with characters you will feel you truly know and understand. Continue on this journey with them as they face the dangers, hardships, chaos, and violence of an unraveling and collapsing modern world, while never losing touch with their own humanity, decency, and dignity.
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Loved the first book
yes I would provided return is still an option, 1st book I really liked, this one not so muc.
no, if there is a third edition I would be willing to give it a listen
from the start it turned me off and I could not finish it
my Thoughts; What Happened, did some else write this one ? is this author a 1 hit wonder
For some reason I cannot return it and I will have to call about this problem, I go through a minimum of 7 books a week, I spend lots of money and expect better
- Jeffrey B. Clark "82nd AB, 325th, Falcons, Pathfinder, SOF, 32 years of service WIA , 100% Disabled , mobility and visually"
Should Have Quit After First Book
Painful, implausible dialogue. Might read better, but tedious as an audible.
Maintain the clarity and the purpose of the first book. Make the instructions less obvious. Re-write and edit dialog until it sounds like a conversation that real people would have.
Yeah, not bad. He obviously didn't have much to work with though.
Stick with one story that has it's own back stories. The two separate story lines just does not make sense, and since I'm not reading another of these books it matters not if they come together later.
- PNW native