The Paranoid Style in American Fiction
Title: Patriots: A Novel of Survival in the Coming Collapse
Author: James Wesley Rawles
Blurb: “Part novel, part survivalist-handbook, Patriots tells of a small group of friends facing every American’s worst nightmare — the total collapse of society. The stock market plummets and hyperinflation cripples commerce and then a seemingly isolated financial crisis passes the tipping point when an unprepared government fails to act. Practically overnight, the fragile institutions of democracy fall apart and every American is forced to survive on their own.”
Review: “If you like neverending descriptions of each rifle, each modification to each rifle, each possible rifle modification but was too expensive, each bullet, each bullet pro and con, each handgun, each handgun modification, each knife possibility, each knife reality, each tool and little to know storyline or character development, then this book is for you!”
Customers Also Bought: “Boston’s Gun Bible” by Boston T. Party
Footnote: Whatever happened to fun post-apocalyptic nightmare scenarios?
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