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Publisher's Summary

A reedited and reformatted beloved classic story about one prepper's apocalyptic journey and the continuing adventure of going home after a disaster. A solar storm has just unexpectedly hit Earth"s magnetosphere causing an EMP event. An emergency manager visiting Atlanta, Georgia on a job interview must find his way back home penniless and unprepared after this Carrington Event stranded him far away from his vehicle and his beloved "bug out bag". With over 180 miles to go to get to his destination in Alabama, David must now let his street smarts and survival skills kick in as food and water become scarce and societal breakdown proceeds at an unrelenting pace. This book includes the three books of the Prepper Trilogy and a bonus novelette, Stewart's Bug Out, that continues the story and adds more water purification skills for the listener and survivalist. An often humorous and funny cast of characters and survivors from the Deep South helps the displaced prepper on his journey!
©2016 Ron Foster (P)2016 PAL Productions
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3 out of 5 stars
By GMJ on 06-14-18

Packed full of good information.

Presented in a decent story format, the information contained therein is good indeed.

Though the "procurement" ideology for all things that bend to Newton's laws gives me GREAT misgivings. The reasoning of "If it isn't being used, it's fair game" starts & stops where exactly? Does that also extend to the "procurers" & their belongings not carried bodily?? That way of thinking gives me great pause.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Noi Liang on 02-08-18

I'd pass this one by

The plot had no climax or emotion. Just a self congratulatory prepper story comprised of a series of events in which the main character meets different cliche characters and picks up items along the way to add to his preps.

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