Discussion in 'Survival Reading Room' started by melbo, Mar 25, 2010.
One of my favorites, please count me in....
Looking forward to the book.
looking forward to having a hard copy
Please count me in as I've been waiting patiently for the hardcopy to come out.
The perfect book for uncertain times and survival.
The perfect book to read in preparation of what is likely to occur in the near future.. Failure to prepare is only preparing to fail.
"The truth is not for all men, but only for those who seek it."
Lights out is a fantastic read. I really liked One second after but enjoyed Lights out more. Both are great work.
I would love to be included in this contest. Is it still active?
Yes it is, awaiting publication. Hang on, could be a while.
Count me in for this book!Can't wait to read it!
Just finished One Second After and would love to read a similar type of book.
loved that book, my wife was going crazy while I read it. I wouldn't go to bed or turn the computer off.
Great news that it will be a book. I was recommending it to a friend the other day.
Good Luck To Halffast, hopefully the lights stay on until it hits the big screen
Excellent read, can't decide which is best......'Lights out' 'One second after' or 'Patriots'. I wanted to re-read LO, guess I'll have to wait till it comes out now.
Awesome book!!! This book really gave shape to my prepping efforts.
Enjoyed his work on AR15.com, now I will see him around here as well.
loved the book on PDF, can't wait for hardcopy... especially if it's a hardback version.
Count me in. (Halffast sent me here from AR15.com) I'll be checking out the rest of the forums as well.
I've read the PDF a few years ago and would love an autographed paper copy!
Wish me luck. It would be cool to win a signed copy.
I've read this several times. Congratulations to the author on gettting published!
Awesome book, read it 3 times so far... in one sitting the first time!
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