Escaping Home: A Novel

Escaping Home: A Novel

by A. American
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Escaping Home: A Novel 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Heart2Heart More than 1 year ago
Just when Morgan Carter believed things couldn't get any worse they do. Facing unbeatable odds as more and more families turn to the FEMA and Department of Homeland Security to provide care and food during the nations crisis that has left people without any electricity or food. Not knowing where their next meal will come from or even how to gain medical needs, families are buying into the security that the government will help them. But Morgan knows that this is the deception the government want people to fall for, a sense of false hope. Morgan and his family along with several neighbors left in his neighborhood are doing what they can to make sure that they provide security when armed raiders attempt to loot and steal from their homes. They will stop at nothing to ensure that their families are well cared for. Morgan is now joined by Thad and Sarge as their paths once again converge in an effort to help them all survive against the odds. Even their local Sheriff Mark is beginning to wonder if they aren't just battling an uphill climb and eventually succumbs to working alongside the government. While doing a reconnaissance mission, Morgan, Sarge and Thad discover that Jess, the young girl that they helped return home, is now trapped inside the local FEMA camp where no one gets out alive. Only the dead are allowed to leave camp. The men will have to work to provide better security in their neighborhood when FEMA plots a way to disband the group. Soon Morgan will have to look at just what it will take to survive if he doesn't want to join Jess in the camp. Will he be willing to give up all his planning and abandon the only home him and his family have come to rely on to get through this latest crisis hitting the country? What will he be willing to do to fight for his own personal freedom? I received Escaping Home by A. American compliments of Penguin Publishers and TLC Book Tours for my honest review. I did not receive any monetary compensation for a favorable review and the opinions expressed here are strictly my own. Once again I applaud the author for providing a "mature audience" disclaimer on the rear cover of this book. It is truly not for the light of heart. This book contains graphic violence and language that might not be suitable to some readers. This is the third book in the Survivalist series and it is the most violent of the three I've read. This is truly a push come to shove moment when those who are resistant to the governments aid fight to retain their personal freedoms and find themselves the criminals in the eyes of the government. Action packed from start to finish, this series paints the possible picture of one man's survival against all odds when power is removed from the country. I rate this one a 4 out of 5 stars in my opinion. A must read for survivalists and doomsday prepper fans!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first two books were a lot more exciting. This one had a lot of dialogue and only a couple real action scenes. There were no survival tidbits like in going home. It is still worth reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like these books but this one feels like a cheat. Like it ended in the middle and wasn't finished. I understsnd these books continue the story line but this one missed it's mark on the ending so much so that it feels like someone just got up and walked away instead of compleating it to the conclusion it should have had.
Autogod More than 1 year ago
Really good series, looking forward to the next book........
Si-Bob More than 1 year ago
Very good read! It's probably closer to reality than one would want to think.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just love this series. He is very good with mixing realistic real life into his non-fictional characters. Sounds like an easy concept, but many writers really can't master it. Only complaint is this book only had 249 pages, when the first two had 333 and 391. And at 5.99 a book, you would like a few more pages for your money.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
These are GREAT books. I would recommend these books to (adults) everyone. My son (US Marine Corps.) introduced me to the first two(2) and couldn't put them down. Christmas I got the rest of the series. I just hope there are more books in this series or A. American keeps writing and writing and writing. Some of what this man writes is something to think about and could be to "close to home" Makes you think. I would read, buy or borrow anything this author writes. Great discussion book, for the right book club.
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Any book you write, I will be reading and buying.
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This sreies rocks
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent read. Could not put it down. From start to finish it was filled with action and suspense. It left me wanting more.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Falls right in line with my expectations of the series!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sleeps in his underwear with no covers
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ya.strips and lays down