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299 Days: The Change of Seasons
     

299 Days: The Change of Seasons

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by Glen Tate
 

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The Change of Seasons is the seventh book in the 299 Days series, where summer has ended and reality has set in at Pierce Point. For many people, this means scrambling to survive the long winter with even less food. Some were smart enough to spend the summer preparing for the changing season and the expanding effects of the Collapse; others were not so smart, and

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The Change of Seasons is the seventh book in the 299 Days series, where summer has ended and reality has set in at Pierce Point. For many people, this means scrambling to survive the long winter with even less food. Some were smart enough to spend the summer preparing for the changing season and the expanding effects of the Collapse; others were not so smart, and their desperation and fear grows stronger by the day.

Grant Matson reflects with pride on how he has provided for his family while guiding Pierce Point into a community that functions well on its own. Celebrating this accomplishment, Grant and others join to offer the community a Thanksgiving dinner, which is met with gratitude and exhilaration. This mood is short-lived, however, as circumstance quickly begin to unravel, beginning with the disappearance of a beloved community member, followed shortly by a self-defensive killing by another.

The situation is just as bleak, or worse, in other parts of Washington State and the country, as innocent people are imprisoned and murdered, women and children become commodities, and what is left of the government looks even less like the once-beloved United States of America.
As the threat of a civil war becomes imminent, Grant, the Team, and the 17th Irregulars at Marion Farm bond over their duty to protect the country and are soon a fully-formed combat-ready unity, excited to go into combat but uncertain of what will happen to them. Grant dreads what he knows is coming, but he understands that he has been called to sacrifice - potentially his life and probably his marriage - to stop the Loyalists from hurting more people.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615934785
Publisher:
Prepper Press
Publication date:
12/10/2013
Pages:
214
Sales rank:
357,002
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Glen Tate has a front row seat to the corruption in government and writes the 299 Days series from his first-hand observations of why a collapse is coming and predictions on how it will unfold. Much like the main character in the series, Grant Matson, the author grew up in a rural and remote part of Washington State. He is now a forty-something resident of Olympia, Washington, and is a very active prepper. “Glen” keeps his real identity a secret so he won’t lose his job because, in his line of work, being a prepper and questioning the motives of the government is not appreciated.

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299 Days: The Change of Seasons 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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Justintrap More than 1 year ago
Glen Tate has done it again. Another great thoughtful book from a master of dystopian future.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read different series of books, this one is the only one that deals with only a partial collapse, This is more inline to and economic crisis that would likely occur, thought provoking
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Compared to the others in the 299 days series it was boring and found myself having a hard time to finish reading this book. It feels like Mr. Tate needed money and wrote this book over w weekend. It was not interesting and some points was unbelievable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. There were some unexpected plot twists and plenty of reflections/introspections, as mentioned unfavorably in a previous review. All in all, I found this book to be a great continuation to an already great series.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read this (180 pages) on my nook in about 6 hours- the whole time WAITING for something to happen. The first couple books were great, then they declined. After book 6 I thought "no way, I'm done". Now after wasting $10 on book 7- I am done. In case you were wondering- NOTHING happens in this book. I'd say 90% of it is thoughts and reflections, very little if any action- it's all posturing for what will happen, probably in the next book, or number 9. At best, this should have been the first half of the next book released. That's the last $10 you're getting from me- should have stopped at #5. In short- the book has gone over the deep end with politics, then takes a turn and chases after "The Turner Diaries". Don't waste your money.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago