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299 Days: The Preparation

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Well done!

Great story and fairly well written. Much better novel than some others in the genre. Moves along at a good clip. Book two in the series is just as good.

posted by Anonymous on September 14, 2012

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

I agree with the complaints I've read about the marketing ploy t

I agree with the complaints I've read about the marketing ploy that has made this into a ten book series. So unless your willing to lay out $150 for the ten books, I would pass. That said, its a decent story and you would probably enjoy the read, but it does seem like t...
I agree with the complaints I've read about the marketing ploy that has made this into a ten book series. So unless your willing to lay out $150 for the ten books, I would pass. That said, its a decent story and you would probably enjoy the read, but it does seem like the writer stretches things out as much as he can to make it into 10 books. He addresses topics that will interest you if you enjoy this genre and clearly draws from personal experience with them. I've read better prose, but again, its not a bad read and if you like this genre you will enjoy the story. Just be aware of what you are getting into when you start. A book that is better written and tells a complete story (not stretched out for marketing) is "Truth's Blood." Told from the man on the street point of view, it is an excellant read. If your even tempted to engage the ten book series by Glen Tate, I would suggest reading Truths Blood first. The storyline is as good if not better and you get an entire story in one book. Well edited with engaging charaters too!

posted by Anonymous on January 16, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2013

    It¿s better than usual prepper fiction. Love it or leave it. Thi

    It’s better than usual prepper fiction. Love it or leave it. This one is a bit smarter than usual, so enjoy it for what it is.

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    Posted October 24, 2012

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