Bugging Out to Nowhere

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Second Edition. Revised 12/30/2012.
During the height of economic collapse in the US, Rachel and Tom flee for the countryside a day too late. With the comforts of city life unlikely to be seen again, they are determined to survive on their own out in the middle of nowhere. But all too quickly they realize they must collaborate with friends and foes alike, as energy runs out and resources become scarce. Despite years of prepping for such an event, to survive they must learn to ...
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Overview

Second Edition. Revised 12/30/2012.
During the height of economic collapse in the US, Rachel and Tom flee for the countryside a day too late. With the comforts of city life unlikely to be seen again, they are determined to survive on their own out in the middle of nowhere. But all too quickly they realize they must collaborate with friends and foes alike, as energy runs out and resources become scarce. Despite years of prepping for such an event, to survive they must learn to endure tremendous hardship, cope with unwelcome guests, and face nature head on. Their new life not what they anticipated, Rachel and Tom discover that no amount of preparedness could make them ready for what lie ahead. They must foster revolutionary ideas to rebuild what they once knew.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781470010447
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/26/2012
  • Pages: 296
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.62 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2013

    I purchased this with high expectations. That was a mistake. I a

    I purchased this with high expectations. That was a mistake. I am half way through and have come to the following conclusions.
    The author is badly in need of an editor. The same information is repeated so many times.
    The main character goes from not having any firearms training and not liking guns to being a veteran ? If your in the service.
    You  go through basic, and whats part of basic ? Fire arms training. And last I checked bees are not out munch in the winter or colder months.
     Lastly as I am only half way through this book and debating on finishing it. I have lived on a farm my entire life. Been there done that and got the T-shirt. Hard work is a part of farming. But SUCK it up ! Its survival. Thats been part of farming since it started.
     If I hear im so EXHAUSTED one more time im tossing this poorly written book in the trash! Don't waist your money. If you want a survival read buy Patriots . Barns and Nobel sell that one to. 

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