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John Wesley, Rawles books

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Post by 67N20 » Tue May 23, 2017 9:30 pm

Seeing the comments about the One Second and One Year After books reminded me about the series of books written by Mr. Rawles.

All are in a period of economic castrophe in the US and the world.

They were entertaining and I thought technically written about various folks and how they had "prepped" for the collapse they had seen coming.

Although they don't need to be read in order, I'll list them the order I would want to read them again:

1. Patriots
2. Founders
3. Survivors
4. Expatriates
5. Liberators

He has also written a non fiction book or two about prepping and has a website -
SurvivalBlog.com

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Post by The Annoyed Man » Thu May 25, 2017 9:32 am

I've read them all.
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Post by bblhd672 » Thu May 25, 2017 11:58 am

67N20 wrote:Seeing the comments about the One Second and One Year After books reminded me about the series of books written by Mr. Rawles.

All are in a period of economic castrophe in the US and the world.

They were entertaining and I thought technically written about various folks and how they had "prepped" for the collapse they had seen coming.

Although they don't need to be read in order, I'll list them the order I would want to read them again:

1. Patriots
2. Founders
3. Survivors
4. Expatriates
5. Liberators

He has also written a non fiction book or two about prepping and has a website -
SurvivalBlog.com
Also check out JWR's book "Land of Promise"

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Post by Z0Tex » Thu Jun 08, 2017 3:09 pm

67N20 wrote:Seeing the comments about the One Second and One Year After books reminded me about the series of books written by Mr. Rawles.

All are in a period of economic castrophe in the US and the world.

They were entertaining and I thought technically written about various folks and how they had "prepped" for the collapse they had seen coming.

Although they don't need to be read in order, I'll list them the order I would want to read them again:

1. Patriots
2. Founders
3. Survivors
4. Expatriates
5. Liberators

He has also written a non fiction book or two about prepping and has a website -
SurvivalBlog.com
They are all fantastic reads.

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Post by Jeff B. » Fri Jun 09, 2017 8:19 pm

Same here, have read them all, enjoyed some more than others, but they're all a lot better than anything I've written.

Matt Bracken is also a good writer for the genre... the Enemies Foreign and Domestic Trilogy.

I believe he may be coming out with a sequel to Castigo Cay soon.

Jeff B.
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