The Journal: Cracked Earth (The Journal Book 1)

The Journal: Cracked Earth (The Journal Book 1)

by Deborah D. Moore

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940149739332
Publisher: Permuted Press
Publication date: 07/16/2014
Series: The Journal , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 274
Sales rank: 219,782
File size: 860 KB

About the Author

Deborah Moore lives a quiet life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with her cat, Tufts. She was born and raised in Detroit, the kid of a cop, and moved to a small town to raise her two young sons, then moved to an even smaller town to pursue her dreams of being self-sufficient and to explore her love of writing.
Being a life-long Prepper, Deborah has done numerous articles for magazines, and speaking engagements at conventions regarding the subject.

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The Journal: Cracked Earth 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Great-Lakes-Reader More than 1 year ago
This book starts out like a documentary, but it is a journal. Because I had read a review stating that the story would start slow but gain momentum, I stuck with it. The author doesn't disappoint. For a topic few understand, this story brings awareness and much interest about emergency preparedness. The story has enough adventure to not only keep one's interest but make it difficult to put down. It was captivating.
Sprite4579 More than 1 year ago
I very much enjoyed the characters' complexity and the plot twists.  This was not your standard post-apocalyptic novel.   I particularly enjoyed that the main character who was handling things was female.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nicely written and very informative specifically about prepping, gardening, canning etc. Really recommend this book.
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JaneM2 More than 1 year ago
A good book, written from the view of a woman survivalist who has a brain and knows how to use it. Since "prepping" has become a popular subject there has been a rush of would be writers jumping on the bandwagon-their books are usually found free on Amazon for Kindle. Most of the freebies make a reader wince, the blood and gore overdone, the grammar atrocious, the characters one dimensional-men are gun toting brutes, women are victims to be rescued. Not so in Moore's book. Her characters are solid, the dialogue real, and the situations are believable. For new preppers who are looking for a road map Moore has written a guide within her story. For survivalists who've been preparing for years the story line keeps the reader's attention, and the prepping Deborah does might prompt a forgotten item of importance-and there are many, many items we use every day that would be essential in a grid down situation. Watch the news. Think about the earthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes, wild fires and hurricanes, as well as civil unrest. Read the book.