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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Going Home

Stumbled upon this interesting book while browsing around AR15.com. It and book two have been downloaded to my Kindle.


I'm fairly certain I'll like it. 

Think about it. Click here.


Stephen

21 comments:

  1. Looks good. Too bad I blew my disaster porn budget on: For Those In Peril On The Sea by Colin M. Drysdale

    http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_c_0_26?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=for+those+in+peril+on+the+sea&sprefix=for+those+in+peril+on+the+%2Caps%2C1726

    Sailboats and zombies, a guilty pleasure.

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    1. Ah, damn. Now I must buy another. I really like zombie novels.

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  2. Looks interesting. I like that fact that it takes place in my part of Florida.

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    1. So far so good. It begins in west Florida and winds its way down near Orlando. You'll like it, Bob.

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  3. Great blog! I'm putting yours on mine. Hope you don't mind.
    http://thedailysmug.blogspot.com/
    http://constitutioncoalition.blogspot.com/

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    1. Well thank you, Sir. I've acted in kind. Welcome aboard.

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  4. This book and the follow-up are both very good. Hope he's writing the 3rd one.

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    1. Thanks, Al. Read a bit tonight and so far I like it.

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  5. You will like this story....I have read it before he went to press with it.....it is great.

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    1. I do indeed like it. Hopefully with tomorrows storm business will be light and I'll have a chance to dig into it. Thanks, Bubba.

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  6. I'm glad you are feeling up to reading blogs (like mine) and I hope you get checked out by a Dr of your choosing. I am currently reading the Stephen King novel Under the Dome, before it comes on TV on June 24. I'm half way through and it is holding my interest.

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    1. I read your blog daily no matter how I feel...I've was a big King fan from his early days. Then, for some odd reason I dropped him off my list. Perhaps I should give him another shot.

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  7. I just finished reading that book and started on the sequal.
    It's really good also based in Florida so you will probably recognize some of it

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    1. Corey, what little time I've had to read, so far I like the book. Needs a good edit but otherwise its fine. Thanks, my friend. Good to see you back...

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  8. I have read both of these books & loved them both. A. Americans writing style is a lot like yours. Great are reads!

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    1. Thank you, Jason. I'm sure I'll like them too. And, welcome aboard.

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  9. I saw it but it had a ton of negative reviews, from people who appear to be fans of the genre.

    But if the book was set in my home state (NC), I would read it in a heartbeat. Nothing more fun than seeing the (fictional)apocalypse come to your own neighborhood.

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    1. So far Russell its, okay. Pretty good light reading. The book needs an awful amount of good edit. Thanks, my friend.

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  10. Have you read this...
    Not an 'end of the world'.
    But...
    The Battle of Mayberry ~Jerry Lindberg

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    1. Thought I'd forgotten you, huh...No, sadly I haven't but now its on my list. Thanks, Bubba.

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