In this final book of the 299 Days series, The 43 Colonels celebrates the many "ordinary" men and women who did extraordinary things during and after the Collapse. Set in the chambers of the New Washington Legislature during a joint session of the House and Senate, Governor Ben Trenton honors Colonel Grant Matson and 42 other individuals who helped start the Restoration. From a personal trainer who became a spy disguised as a water boy, to a homeschooling mom who protected children's minds from Loyalist propaganda, to a young computer hacker who used his skills to get classified information to Oath Keepers, and a Special Forces operative who conducted some amazing missions, the stories of these modern-day Patriots, both heart-wrenching and inspirational, demonstrate how anyone can help in a revolution.
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About the Author
Glen Tate has led an amazing life - and one that took a surprising turn. He grew up poor in the rural logging town of Forks, Washington. He worked hard to become a successful professional with a job in the political arena. Thinking he'd finally made it and everything was great, he was stunned to see how corrupt government is. From his observations at his job, he realized that America is collapsing and bad things are coming. Very soon. He began to prepare for him and his family to make it through the civil unrest of the coming collapse. That meant he had to return to his rural roots - quite a shock to his family and friends. Even more amazing was that he wrote down what he foresees happening during the collapse and it became a ten-book novel series published by Prepper Press.
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299 Days: The 43 Colonels based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Well...I was disappointed in this one. The first nine books of the series were great. The other books were serialized and featured an account of a fictionalized partial WTSHTF scenario. Instead of expounding upon the rebuilding effforts and wrapping up the series, book ten turned out as a hodge-podge highlight reel of the first nine books. This was disappointing to me because I really enjoyed the first nine books. This one left me scratching my head- especially ending in the middle of what was supposed to be a speech. I would recommend the other books of the series (4 or 5 stars on the other ones) but not this one.
Like the others, i would have liked more about the rebuilding and mop up efforts after te final battles. Heck, he could have even started another small series about the pains of the rebuilding process. Anyway, i could have done without reading this one. I really enjiyed the first 9 booksin thus series
While the first nine books were worth reading, this book should be avoided. There is nothing of value here. A poor end to what was a good series. Very disappointing. Don't waste your money or your time.
The actual story ended with Book #9. This one was kind of a review of events in the others. I really would have skipped this book, and not bought it ifI had known. All the other books in the series are five star. This one's a stinker.