After a cyber attack and wide spread sabotage by terrorists took out the United States' electrical grid, one group of survivors found themselves far worse off than the rest of the populace. This group found themselves stranded on an island with no way to cross the flooded river and soggy lands surrounding them as starvation and desperation began. The one thing they had going for them, though, to get themselves through this ordeal, was that they were preppers - people who prepare for disasters as a lifestyle or hobby.
No one, however, had foreseen this event and circumstances, and at the forefront of everyone's minds was when they did eventually get off this Castaway Island, what then? The world was an apocalyptic nightmare of raging fires, famine disease, and violence as societal breakdown took its course. New optimal labor arrangements must be made; new solutions to old problems like raising enough food to feed themselves must be sought. Through a crazy, mixed up and often humorous turn of events the survivors find themselves trying to revitalize an old run down southern plantation. Can they do it? Could You?
This audiobook contains all three books of the A Prepper Is Cast Adrift series. The book teaches you survival tips and tricks as it entertains.
©2014 Ron Foster (P)2015 Ron foster
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"So much free knowledge. Thank You."
Ron, yet another great story and packed with so much free information. I have learned so much from your writings. I would like to meet you one day and shake your hand.
"Loaded with great info"
A must read for the prepper. Loaded with handy facts and ideas even if the excrement never hits the rotating blades.
Hillbillies Clem and Bertha were so enjoyable I wanted a whole book just about them. I laughed more at these two wonderful characters than anyone in my last 125 books.
When the story switched to the fantastic adventure on Clem's plantation.
Absolutely...might listen again to this one
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This is one long product placement. I like to hear which brand or style of equipment is chosen and why but I find it jarring when the narrator stops to say, "Use discount code PrepperOne". This is not educational it is merely a sales vehicle.
I have nothing against sales but I should not have to pay to listen to it. This should have been offered as a free audiobook for new preppers.
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