Going Home: A Novel (The Survivalist Series Book 1): Excellent Excellent and scary, this great paced page turner kept me hooked AND shaking my head. What would we do if everything shut down; no power and chaos around us? Imagine walking for miles to get home amid chaos.
Going Home: A Novel (The Survivalist Series Book 1): Great book! I enjoyed the story line as it makes you think about what you would do in the same situation and how prepared you need to be.
Going Home: A Novel (The Survivalist Series Book 1): Great book! This book was a gift to me. It's a genre I enjoy reading. This book was a great read, not overly technical so I was able to understand everything the author wrote and had a good storyline. Well developed characters make it so you want to keep reading all the way through. I will definitely be ordering the rest of the books in this series. Well done!
Going Home: A Novel (The Survivalist Series Book 1): Very likely scenario I have read two similar books involving a grid down plot and this one seems the most likely to me. I think A. completely understands the world we live in. Do you?
Going Home: A Novel (The Survivalist Series Book 1): Never A Dull Monent I picked up the book and couldn’t put it down. Realistic and fun read. I look forward to the others in this series.
Going Home: A Novel (The Survivalist Series Book 1): Great book! This is a great book, especially for a first book by this author. It’s well written and the pace is just right. I highly recommend this book to anyone that enjoys action/fiction/military-type books.
Going Home: A Novel (The Survivalist Series Book 1): Awesome series. Love this book.
Going Home: A Novel (The Survivalist Series Book 1): Good fun read. Make you think what if... Enjoyed this book as it was fast paced and had some thrilling scenes. Some of the dialogue was cringe when trying to emulate military people but over all was good. It pushes what could happen but makes you wonder... Nothing seems really that far from what could take place knowing human nature. Enjoyable. Good read! Main characters were believable and well fleshed out. Not a fan of when main characters get split up and then start having separate chapters as plot becomes enlarged. This kept them short it scope between switching stories from one to another but I personally find it ruins the pace of the overall plot. Still, I found it enjoyable.
Going Home: A Novel (The Survivalist Series Book 1): Great series I’m not a publisher, or anything related. But the series is great. If you don’t mind a few errors in the sentence structure you will enjoy this series.
Going Home: A Novel (The Survivalist Series Book 1): The tightrope Authors of contemporary fiction and political thrillers are constantly flirting between technical accuracy and good storytelling. It is a tightrope that is tricky to walk. Some opt to bog down their work with so many technical details that the story and characters get lost. Others tell a great story, but are chided by self-proclaimed “experts” who find every little inaccuracy and wallow in pointing them out. Straddling that tightrope requires an author to have a good grasp of storytelling and the technical knowledge to back it up.Angery American manages to not only walk that tightrope, but also perform some acrobatic tricks on it along the way with Going Home.This is a simple story—about a man trying to get home when the rule of law is removed from the equation. He meets good and bad people along the way. Some are remarkably innocent, others have been preparing for these kinds of circumstances. Still others are exploiting this catastrophe to their own or the government’s benefit. While this sounds like a lot of survivalist novels, I found this one captivating and engaging. He weaves in the sights, sounds, smells, and pain this character endures.There are a lot of apocalyptic survivor novels out there, so how does this one stand out in the market? We care about the character and the author takes that care, wraps it in bulletproof realism, and makes us want more. The realism of this novel stands out as its greatest asset. The reader is left not knowing what caused the EMP-effects, or who was behind it. Ultimately it doesn’t matter. The characters in this tale are strong, the saga they undertake and endure is harrowing. Going Home delivers on all fronts and now has me hooked.
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