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Author: Rawles James Wesley. 3 downloads Views 4MB Size Patriots~ A Novel Of Survival In The Coming Collapse. Read more · Patriots: Surviving the. Editorial Reviews. Review. PATRIOTSLIGHTNING Patriots: Surviving the Coming Collapse - Kindle edition by James Rawles. james wesley, rawles is the founder and editor of Survivalblog Rawles is also the author of Patriots: A Novel of Survival in the flampertomanes.ml).
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WordPress Shortcode. Both of these sequels were also been produced as audiobooks by Brilliance Audio , and as e-books. In , E. Dutton released the fourth novel in the series, titled Expatriates.
This sequel is set primarily in Australia, the Philippines, and Tavares, Florida. It was released on October 21, Much of Survivors: A Novel of the Coming Collapse takes place in the Four Corners region, specifically in and around Bloomfield and Farmington, New Mexico , although the book's climax takes place in and near Prescott, Arizona and several sub-plots take place as far away as Afghanistan.
The cover artwork was created by Tony Mauro, Jr. On its release day, October 4, , Survivors rose to 2 in site's overall book sales ranks and 1 in their action-adventure category. On October 23, , it was listed at 3 in the New York Times bestseller list in the fiction hardback category.
Rather than the traditional formula of following the same group of characters farther into the future, he instead uses a novel sequence method that portrays different characters in different geographic regions, but in the same near-future timeframe as in Patriots.
In his Introductory note to Survivors, Rawles stated: "Unlike most novel sequels, the storyline of Survivors is contemporaneous with the events described in my previously-published novel Patriots.
Thus, there is no need to read it first or subsequently , but you'll likely find it entertaining. This was a Spanish edition, titled Supervivientes.
The book peaked at 4 in site's overall book sales ranks, on its release day. The book premiered on the New York Times Bestsellers list at 11, but dropped to 27 a week later. With that said, I could see why people interested in militias, or in being a survivalist, would read it. A good friend suggested that I read Patriots, but I was hesitant.
After reading The Turner Diaries, I was not interested in pages of paranoid ranting about the Aryan race and the ascension of Nordic Man. Trusting my pal, I started this book on Thursday and could not put it down until I was done. Now, let's be clear: the writing is not very good.
The characters are one-dimensional. The plot--America falls into chaos, then rises again from the ashes--is hardly original think Lucifer's Hammer, or The Parable of the Talents, The Handmaiden's Tale, etc. What is remarkable about this book is how freaking real it is.
I learned more about what to expect if the lights go off--and stay off--than I could have researched on my own in a library in a month. The author is a survivalist, and he clearly has thought this whole thing through, from very detailed passages about guns to medicine, food, energy, clothing, home defense, travel, the rule of law, and on and on and on.
It is amazing. Without going too into the plot, the American economy, then the global economy, collapse.
The federal government is broke n and of no use.