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Society's Collapse: The Bug Out

Society's Collapse: The Bug Out

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by Jeremy Lock
     
 
Follow two groups of everyday people as they attempt to survive the collapse of American society after an EMP takes down the power grid and most electronics. The characters make mistakes and must learn hard lessons to survive in this new and harsh world. None of them are perfect but they must work together in order to survive when things go wrong

Overview

Follow two groups of everyday people as they attempt to survive the collapse of American society after an EMP takes down the power grid and most electronics. The characters make mistakes and must learn hard lessons to survive in this new and harsh world. None of them are perfect but they must work together in order to survive when things go wrong

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148227809
Publisher:
Jeremy Lock
Publication date:
05/31/2013
Series:
Society's Collapse , #1
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
73,847
File size:
204 KB

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Society's Collapse: The Bug Out 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sorry, this book is lacking in so many ways it's hard to know where to start. The editing is non existant and the plot weak. I love dystopian books, just not this one. Note to the author...I commend your effort to write, but spend more time on developing the finer points needed for a well written book. Take classes and get critiques by non-family members or friends. I promise the results will be worth the effort. Jp
Anonymous 26 days ago
I like SHTF books and this story was fairly typical. The problem I had was the misspelled words. (The main one being setup instead of SET UP - two words. It made me want to "throwup" and "beatup" the proofreader.) I don't know if I will be buying any more books by this author.
mudgger More than 1 year ago
I liked the book and it seems he did most of his home work on weapons but setting 600yds for effective range with any 5.56mm is a bit much. Also most mini-14s won't group less than 12" at 200yds. I load my own ammo and have one of the best 5.56 target rifles on the market with good glass and still go to the last mil mark + 26" to hit a man sized target @ 525yds with no wind. And that's with a rifle that shoots >1/2" MOA @ 100yds.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Please have someone proof read the second book before putting it on the internet. I liked the story just fine but to read it was like reading something that "auto-correct" went stupid on.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Quick read 190 full pages and the story line was good. I read fast so didnt notice to many spelling issues. Really dont know where all the negative coments came from. I quess if you want perfection you can buy a $20 book
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not that it was bad but there's a lot of misused words. Example, were when it should have been we're, there instead of they're and well instead of we'll. Some missing words. Sometimes extra words that aren't needed. Still, not hard to follow in spite of this.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Plenty of good action. Most likely a true book of where we're heading, it's just a matter of time before our enemies take advantage of our lack of action and strike us with their gains in weapon advancements. This book shows that even the best defenses can't assure success but the lack of a plan will surely reduce your chances of at least seeing the next sunrise.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story lacks in every way immagineable. Don't waste your dime or your time.