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As the fifth book in The New Homefront Series, Viking One serves as a stand-alone novel, chronicling the apparently orchestrated collapse of our fragile, modern world from the perspective of Jim and Lori Rutherford and friends, as their small town of Delaware City, Delaware begins to feel the noose tighten around them.
As a preparedness-minded individual, Jim and crew, working together with friends, neighbors, and local authorities, try to secure their beloved town while keeping their minds open to the possibility of fleeing if the extent of the collapse is as great as they fear.
Join them, along with characters from The Last Layover, as they struggle to maintain the security of their town while hanging on to every last thread of hope and humanity.
©2017 Steven Bird (P)2017 Steven Bird
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By RJ on 06-11-17

Tale of preparedness and survival w/great closure.

This is a stand-alone novel in the New Homefront series. It’s more or less a prequel that documents the state of the country and in a more local sense the situation in the small town of Delaware City, Delaware prior to the collapse. If you read or listened to the first four books you will recognize some of the characters and situations. This is a good if seriously right-wing tale of preparedness and survival in our country’s current social and political climate. Wonderful characters, great story, excellent closure. Patrick Freeman continues to do an excellent job of narration.

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By T.J. Phillisp on 06-02-17

a+++

edge of your seat action. grate spin off of a grate series. look fwd to more.

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