Haven Prepper Fiction Meets Fantasy Novel

Haven Prepper Fiction Meets Fantasy Novel

 

Haven Prepper Fiction Meets Fantasy Novel
Haven Prepper Fiction Meets Fantasy Novel

Haven Prepper Fiction Meets Fantasy Novel

 

A while back I got in Haven by  J.D.G. Perldeiner from prepper Press. I was pretty excited to read Haven from the description.

Haven is set 198  years after a cataclysm that wipes out most of mankind. The people that are left live a very primitive life.  

All around them is evidence of their ancestor’s great achievements. Cars that will never again run. Light bulbs that remain dark. And medicines that they have no idea how they work. 

The Monks of Haven treasure knowledge above all. They fight to keep their library from falling into the wrong hands. 

Tiber the Novice is sent on a quest with others from Haven to a nearby Duke. They are going to ask for help in an upcoming attack by the Grotons. 
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Indivisible

Indivisible: With Justice For Some Review

A few months ago I was contacted by author Troy Grice to see if I was interested in reviewing his new book Indivisible: With Justice For Some. The story is about a partial US collapse and implementation of excessive rule of law by the federal government. The author is definitely either a libertarian or full on anarchist. This has caused some strife with pro Military and LEO organizations. In the authors own words

“It has taken some flak from law-and-order zealots and military worshippers for its gritty portrayal of extra-judicial police violence, and the military’s hardened attitude when it comes to occupying America and suppressing revolt. But I think those who are not enamored with romanticized notions of police and military will find it raises challenging moral questions.”

After reading the book I can’t say I agree with the haters. Let’s jump into the review and show you why you should pick up this book.

 

Indivisible
Indivisible

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