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American Apocalypse III: Migration

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"The story of a small group of people coping with difficult survival conditions following the United States' total economic collapse continues in this third book in Nova's American Apocalypse series. At the end of the last installment, Freya had led Gardener and his friends (Night, Ninja, Max, and Shelli) into an abandoned coal mine to hide out from the violent outpouring of people desperately trying to escape the Washington DC area. Autumn passes and their story resumes near winter's end. Gardener and his friends emerge from the mine and must come to grips with the horrors that took place while they were in safe hiding. Throughout the following months, they gather more and more people to them, growing from their small, tight band to a large Horde traveling across the country to a new home."… (mere)

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So this is part 3 I have bought them all mostly because they don't have them at my Library. I have mixed feelings because I just tore through the book and the others before them. Though I am a strong 2nd amendement guy I see gardner as a my way or die kind of thing, I also find it hard to believe his choice of weapons and in this book the addition of the sword. It seems that they go looking for trouble sometimes. The supernatural ellement does add to the book but it takes away from why I picked the series up to begin with.

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  23blue | Feb 2, 2011 |
So this is part 3 I have bought them all mostly because they don't have them at my Library. I have mixed feelings because I just tore through the book and the others before them. Though I am a strong 2nd amendement guy I see gardner as a my way or die kind of thing, I also find it hard to believe his choice of weapons and in this book the addition of the sword. The supernatural ellement does add to the book but it takes away from why I picked the series up to begin with.
tilføjet af 23blue | Redigerme, me (Feb 2, 2011)
 

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"The story of a small group of people coping with difficult survival conditions following the United States' total economic collapse continues in this third book in Nova's American Apocalypse series. At the end of the last installment, Freya had led Gardener and his friends (Night, Ninja, Max, and Shelli) into an abandoned coal mine to hide out from the violent outpouring of people desperately trying to escape the Washington DC area. Autumn passes and their story resumes near winter's end. Gardener and his friends emerge from the mine and must come to grips with the horrors that took place while they were in safe hiding. Throughout the following months, they gather more and more people to them, growing from their small, tight band to a large Horde traveling across the country to a new home."

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