Resurrecting Home

Resurrecting Home

A. American / May 29, 2020

Resurrecting Home Against all odds Morgan Carter and his family have endured despite the deteriorating conditions surrounding them Armed with survivalist tactics Morgan s crew alongside their new friends from the re

  • Title: Resurrecting Home
  • Author: A. American
  • ISBN: 9780147515322
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • Against all odds, Morgan Carter and his family have endured despite the deteriorating conditions surrounding them Armed with survivalist tactics, Morgan s crew, alongside their new friends from the recently liberated DHS camp, have worked together to build a sustainable communuity But not all situations can be prepared for When a massive wildfire threatens their very exAgainst all odds, Morgan Carter and his family have endured despite the deteriorating conditions surrounding them Armed with survivalist tactics, Morgan s crew, alongside their new friends from the recently liberated DHS camp, have worked together to build a sustainable communuity But not all situations can be prepared for When a massive wildfire threatens their very existence, they must decide fight or flight From the author of the hit Survivalist Series books, Resurrecting Home is an action packed adventure that depicts the harrowing possibilities of a world gone awry, and the courage it takes to protect what matters most.

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    1. Recently read all five books in this series. Basically each is a how-to of tips for post-apocalyptic survival woven together into storylines about a man (Morgan) and his family (wife and three daughters); a man (Thad) and a young girl (Jess) whose families have all died/been murdered; and a gnarly old ex-soldier (Sarge) with a small crew of other ex-soldiers. The titles really tell the essence of each book. In the first, Going Home, the country is subjected to the collapse of the entire power gr [...]

    2. This is the fifth book in the Survivalist series so it obviously has a following. I received an advance copy through Penguin's First to Read program. This was the first book I have read in this series and I felt a bit lost at the beginning. I had no knowledge of what went before and perhaps there should have been a forward or short synopsis for those who couldn't remember or started in the middle. The characters are well drawn and interesting. I liked the writing style but because I hadn't read [...]

    3. Great BookGreat read the whole series is a good read. I recommend all of them they are page turners glad Shawn Chester recommend him

    4. Continuing to witness the bravery, persistence, and ingenuity of Morgan and his family and community made book 5 as exciting as the rest.

    5. I can’t wait until I begin the next one! Readers become increasingly drawn into Morgan’s world. The story continues, and I can’t wait until beginning the next one!

    6. A great bookOk,ok maybe this was the slowest of the series so far. I am sure I am not the first to say it. The book ended on a high note. I am sure the next will be crazy.

    7. This fifth book in the incredible 'Survivalist Series' in a very welcome addition. The main characters continue in their efforts to bring about a safe and defendable place to survive with their families and friends. The writing just helps bring the reader closer to each character and empathize with the challenges. The story begins by setting out what is the current situation for various groups before accelerating into a non-stop pace that does not stop. Just when you think they have met enough s [...]

    8. When it comes to a book series, I feel that it is wrong to judge a book individually. Each book is just a small piece of the pie. With every story, there are going to be parts of the story that you like and parts that you don't like. You have to judge the series as a whole. The "Home" series by A. American is an exceptional series. The characters are believable and the author portrays them in a way that has you longing for the next book before you even start reading the current book. Like all th [...]

    9. If one reads this volume as a stand alone work, it is not possible to tell from the narrative what happened to the United States to cause a post-apocalyptic state. However, you can tell from the opening chapters that Floridians are without federal law enforcement and citizens find themselves in situations that cause them to carry and use weapons. The bloke who goes bonkers about not having food to feed his family will find himself killed for his behavior. There are no police, judges, or courts t [...]

    10. Survivalist home book series. All. 5 booksAmazing, this author covered it all. I was skeptical at first, but this seriesEnded up being good, it also left you hanging.This series will take you from the beginning to the end involving you in Every step of their trials and accomplishments.The first book was a little slow at first, but it soon took you in. In each of the 5 books you felt you were part of their group, wantingTo make suggestions and tell them what not to do. Then there is theHeart brea [...]

    11. Let me just start out by saying I think Sarge and Kay would be a killer power couple. I've got that dreaded feeling once again after becoming hooked on a series and binge reading all 5 books in a row. I would recommend anyone getting into this series starts out with the first book Going Home since it lays out what happened to the world to get Morgan and his family into this whole predicament. I loved that Resurrecting Home left things on a high note for the moment but I truly believe it's just a [...]

    12. This is one of the best apocalypse survival series I have read. As the chaos of the world turned upside down settles to a slow boil, the mission of stabilizing and rebuilding attempts to take shape. The task is enormous and seemingly impossible to the military leaders given the challenge. Our heroes are in the midst of things as usual. Prevailing through all sorts of trials and tribulations our ever-expanding group of survivors consistently come out on top with little loss. This may be somewhat [...]

    13. This final installment in the series was a bit on the draggy side in parts. Had a reasonably satisfying resolution. Over all the series had a decent plot but I found the main character too much of a loose cannon. The females were all really lame and needed men to rescue them. They could have killed off Mel in the second book (or even the first before Morgan got home). She was annoying, clueless and useless. Still I learned a bit about how to make soap from Thad. Who knows when that may come in h [...]

    14. I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy book 5 of those series as much as I did the others but by the end I did. The ladies (except Mel, Jesse and Jamie) don't feature as much in the book as the previous two. Mary is barely mentioned at all. I like how they continue to reach out to others and find their brand of justice interesting. I'm looking forward to reading the next book.

    15. A survivalist series of books. It makes you wonder how the world would be if something like this would happen, and how humans would respond. I see a lot of truth about human nature in these books. Some people will survive, other will want the government to do for them.My question is Which one are you?

    16. This is one of the most realistic post collapse series that I've seen. In this book we find our characters dealing with the effects of the military abandoning the seized FEMA camp, the outflood of refugees, a forest fire, and the setup for the next book. As usual A. American is realistic, deals with morally questionable situations, and the day to day challenges of setting up a community.

    17. 3.2 stars. This book would be difficult to read as a stand alone. Having read all the previous books, I find this just as detail oriented as the previous volumes, but with a bit less action or conspiracy. It will be interesting to see if this book turns out to be a step toward normalcy, or if it is just serving as the calm before the storm.

    18. Please tell me number six is coming.Highly recommend this series. Excellent character development genuinely concerned with all characters and new ones also. Great action sequences, cliff hangers, picks right up at the end of the previous book. Pick them all up at one time won't be able to stop.

    19. 3.5 stars. The author apparently decided to resurrect a finished series for yet another cash grab. I guess that's not too surprising since books 3 and 4 felt like a single book broken into two for the same reason. Did I enjoy this further adventure with Morgan and friends? Yes. Do I think it's time for the author to move on to another project and craft some new characters? Definitely!

    20. Home seriesAnother good book in this series. I liked this better than the forth book. It seemed to get back on track and take a more focused direction with purpose. If you have enjoyed this series this is well worth the time to read.

    21. Good read a little slow to startI have read all in this series. This one wouldn't stand on its own, but if you have read the others it's okay. Very slow first half but it gets better in the second.

    22. Nice continuance of series.Enjoyed reading this series. Good storyline from the beginning and with this book it continues. If you enjoy apocalyptic stories this is a good group of books.

    23. Satisfying end to the seriesEnjoyed this entire series. This final book wraps up the storyline. Without spoiling it will say it leaves our characters happy and safe for now in a good place, ready for the next step whatever that brings.

    24. I completed all 5 of the novels in this series back to back. I choose this series because it was set in central Florida in an area I have visited often. I enjoyed the story and found it very realistic. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a dystopia adventure with a touch of humor.

    25. GREAT READ!!!I am so much enjoying the "Home" series. I am plowing through the whole series, learning so many survival tips that I never knew existed. Gotta goe next book awaits me.

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