Resurrecting Home: A Novel

Resurrecting Home: A Novel

by A. American
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Resurrecting Home: A Novel 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read all five books in seven days. Only chores delayed a quicker finish. I found myself laughing ou loud many times and crying or choking up many times. Very few books have ever done that to me. This series would make a great series of films. I pictured many of the characters being played by many of today's stars. However, I doubt this would be made true to the content with todays' liberal, progressive hollywood crowd. There are a few conservative giant stars that could get it done independently. Please, please write a series with these characters about the reconstruction process and all the challanges that are bound to occur. In closing. This series is, probably, the closest to the reality of what I think is going on now and what may be in store for us. It depicts the wolves, the sheep & their "normalcy bias",and the sheepdogs. The best read ever!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great book from A. American. Morgan Carter and hi crew are back. In this book, they deal with the forces both mother and human nature in a land without law and order. A great read and I look forward to the next installment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The latest addition to the xxxxxxxxx Home series continues with the same intensity and insight as the earlier books. If you liked the other books, this one will not disappoint. One of the better series in this genre. Keep 'em coming!
AAGroupie More than 1 year ago
A. American is by far my favorite author of all times. He makes you feel like you are right there with all the characters. We get to know them and feel like they are our friends too. I feel everyone could learn a few things from each book. His books make me feel all kinds of emotions. Sometimes I cry and other times I am laughing out loud. He does not use a ton of pretty words, yet you feel like you are watching them on the big screen. He really brings you into the scenes. I have read every book of his and will read every one that he writes......Gena.KY
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A contemporary apocalypse is met head on with forthought, perseverance, and frontier justice.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read and loved this whole series. From start to end of each book I felt I was part of the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutly love this series! If you like this genre of stories then this is the one for you. I recommend starting from book one "Going Home". The story line is great and also has lots of useful info for the survivalist in you! As usual AA does a great job making you feel like being part of Morgan's crew. He makes you really care about the caracters in th story. I could go on about the reasons I like this story but I'm not going to bore you. If your debating on wether to read this or not stop and go hit the buy button it's worth it!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What I like most about this series is the way the author bonds you to each character. As the series unfolds (and I do recommend starting from the beginning book "Going Home") you begin to grow attached to the characters. He makes them really come to life; you feel for what they are experiencing. A. American is really good at developing the subtle layers of each character's personality that makes them unique; both the congruent and conflicting parts of a person that are what makes people so complicated. I gave it four stars. I really wanted to give it five but honestly felt the writing and editing could have been a little better. I think there were too many characters brought into the "inner circle" of the story and some seem to get forgotten about. (What happens to Mary? She seems to just evaporate.) But overlook the little "flaws" or imperfections, and this really is, on whole, a great story that gets you thinking about the future and how prepared you are for... well, who knows?
ABTGoG More than 1 year ago
Does the Carter crew ever catch a break? Since its a fictional series, I'm hoping not. And in this chapter of the ongoing saga, the group continues to struggle, and persevere, in a post-apocalyptic world. Like the earlier books, A. American has sneaked in practical knowledge, without distracting from the storyline. And like the earlier books, I couldn't put it down.
rockntoy More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed this book. I could not put it down and read the complete book in one night. It kept my attention and made me think as to the IF factor. If the world did get blown back to earlier times, this book shows the what can happen if it does come down to this type of survival. Hope the series keeps running, best books in a series that keeps my attention.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Plays video games in his room
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Awesome
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Thoroughly enjoyed this series. Ewell written story with 3 cell entry information written into the storyline.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great
Woof09 More than 1 year ago
A. American knocks it out again. Another enjoyable read in this great series. The characters are believable and the story line more so. Well worth the time spent.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Keep it up man! This series is wa-a-a-a-ay great.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the latest book in the "Home" series. Morgan and the gang fight a large forest fire and kill a few more people. The story follows the last four books where they have some troubles and overcome them. So I have a pet peeve, A. American has characters say "Thank you" the only, correct response is "You're Welcome" not "no problem." I don't think a character ever said You're welcome in any of the four books. Drives me up a wall when I read those lines. Still a good book and a good series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I know. Im reading and watching it i just wanted to see if there was anybody out there that actually knew what it was. Im at the part when gamzee is sober. I used the name sol becayse sollux is my fav troll anyway its nice to know im not alone