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299 Days: The 17th Irregulars
     

299 Days: The 17th Irregulars

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by Glen Tate
 

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In some ways, post-Collapse life at Pierce Point resembles the every day normalcy that Grant and others still hoped would return. The community is organized and humming along smoothly, the young guys on the Team are partnering off with local "Team Chicks," and Grant's daughter has found a boyfriend. For most, the new reality has been accepted and a calm,

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In some ways, post-Collapse life at Pierce Point resembles the every day normalcy that Grant and others still hoped would return. The community is organized and humming along smoothly, the young guys on the Team are partnering off with local "Team Chicks," and Grant's daughter has found a boyfriend. For most, the new reality has been accepted and a calm, self-sustaining groove is setting in.

For others, though, life is far from normal. Special Forces Ted returns with an offer that cannot be refused. In the blink of an eye, Grant Matson has another title he can add to father-of-the-year and prepper-in-chief: Lieutenant Grant Matson, Commander of the 17th Irregulars. Grant and the Team are whisked away to Marion Farm, where they will train civilians and be trained to become a special squad in a Special Forces guerrilla group. The slower, simple life at Pierce Point is about to disappear to make way for a community that is well-trained and battle-ready, posed to fight the Loyalist opposition. This cannot happen fast enough, though. Gangs are growing steadily and the government is becoming a bigger threat to freedom and the nation. Violence is turning into an everyday occurrence outside of Pierce Point and it is only a matter of time before the peaceful community will need to protect itself from external dangers. Grant feels the weight on his shoulders as he now needs to protect not just his family, but the entire community, and possibly, all of Washington State

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016649962
Publisher:
Prepper Press
Publication date:
06/04/2013
Series:
299 Days , #6
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
345
Sales rank:
186,744
File size:
975 KB

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299 Days: The 17th Irregulars 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
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Must read - Love this series
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all seven books.  This one, the seventh, is the last available, and its ending simply leaves the reader hanging.  Apparently there is no eighth book to wrap all this story-telling up, which is extremely frustrating considering the costs involved in purchasing this group of books and expecting an ending.  While interesting, I found myself many times thinking to myself, get on with it!  The author belabors and repeats some much that it becomes distracting.  So, how do the people of Pierce Point and the State of Washington fare?  WE DON'T KNOW!  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Again this is a great series, Every book gets better
edbarnes More than 1 year ago
Great read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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. if you make it this far, you may as well ride it out.
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housedavo More than 1 year ago
series very good can't wait for next book just getting interesting
Grumpa_steve More than 1 year ago
7th book in this series. Enjoyed the first six 1/4 the way through this one and it is as good or better than the others.
MisttyG More than 1 year ago
This is the 6th book in a 10 book series and it only keep getting better! This book remains centered on Grant and Pierce Point but we are beginning to move outside of Pierce Point a bit as the militia begins to build. If you like-end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it fiction, then you will enjoy these books. The story line is realistic and does not go over the top. The characters are believable as well. Great cliff hanger at the end and I can't wait for the next one to come out! Over all an entertaining read.
Kim88 More than 1 year ago
I'm really enjoying this series.  His writing is getting better through the series (or I'm just getting hooked!)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have really enjoyed this series thus far. Fairly realistic, this series has impressed me with its character development, pluthera of background story, and political commentary. I have appreciated the libertarian outlook at this possiblefuture. My only criticism would be the occasional double standard that the author, characters, and other readers sometimes miss. Overall, very good!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago