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Home Coming

The Survivalist Series, Book 10
Written by: A. American
Narrated by: Duke Fontaine
Length: 9 hrs and 23 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)
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It’s been a long hard ride for Morgan and everyone. Just when things were starting to look up, the park was attacked, and they lost Bobbie. Danny’s physical wounds were nothing like the emotional loss of Bobbie. It was hard on Mel as well, and the rest of the group also felt the loss. With the attacks on the community becoming a greater threat, they must be dealt with. These attacks must end. But what can the group do against an army with artillery?

It’s been almost a year since "The Day", and Morgan is worried about his parents. It’s something that has been on his mind, often hidden or buried under the daily burden of his new reality. That worry is getting harder to ignore, and something is going to have to be done, so he can know, one way or another.

Even with all the life-threatening issues, life must go on. The daily requirements of feeding everyone and dealing with the innumerable challenges that crop up must be addressed. And there’s Fred’s pregnancy. While a blessing, it presents serious risks to her. Morning sickness is the least of her concerns. The only easy day in this new world is yesterday.

©2018 A. American (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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  • jordan d.
  • 2018-11-16

hurry up on 11

hands down the best series I've got. please dont stop writing them. so much better than listening to music.

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  • pete
  • 2018-12-01

Not quite

I really liked this series. I liked Duke Fontaine's narration and up until this book, the series just kept getting better. Don't get me wrong this series is Very good. I actually wouldn't mind seeing a mini series of it (Netflix?). But for me this book was like heading to a real nice restaurant with great atmosphere, and then having them start turning off the lights and closing down halfway through the meal. No time to savor it, have a coffee and just digest it. It almost seemed like the author just wanted to end it. People and situations appeared to spring up to set up additional chapters (or books) never to be mentioned again. So it just left me feeling flat. The good thing is that by the time you get to this point you have already become attached to the characters and are relieved they survived. A.American did a good job of Keeping me concerned about whether or not some of my favorites would make it. A couple didn't. Could have wrapped things up nice and neat with a good epilogue. All that said, I would absolutely recommend the series. First book was a little rough around the edges but it just got better from there. So I will end with I LOVED it!

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  • Joshua Hardy
  • 2018-12-19

Loved all the other books in this series

I felt like this installment was disjointed and lacked the story line of the entire series. It was as though someone else wrote this version. It was a disappointment considering how much I throughly enjoyed the rest of this series. I felt the same way as I did with the Last Jedi....

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  • Geo 23
  • 2018-12-10

Boring


Same as the last book, everything over explained.
95 percent of the book is a how to manuel.



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  • Aaron pilling
  • 2018-12-06

not very good

but one through eight were awesome books nine and 10 were very slow and boring not much at all happens I was very disappointed

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  • toni white
  • 2018-11-16

love this series

A American delivered again. love that the timeframe since the event was included. it was spot on. and as usual duke is amazing.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-11-21

Not as good

The over all story line is great! how ever in this edition (#10) the writer could have done a lot more. it felt rushed and thrown together haphazardly. As if it were a term paper and the individual decided to wait until the last minute to finish it and quickly turn it in.

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  • Vickii B
  • 2019-04-21

Excellent!

I’ve read all the books, but listening to it brought a new enjoyment to me! Excellent narrator and excellent story!

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  • Danny Metzcalf
  • 2019-04-20

A campy post-apocalyptic joy ride

Once again a delightful fine line between cringe-worthy and engaging: Pure camp. I feel the author really topped referring to a character of Asian descent as a "Chinaman" in the last book when in this book a character describes what they want to do to another as "beat him like a slave."
In this book we learn about mechanical corn harvesters while the town sheriff has to resort to corporeal punishment after the Cubans and the Russians blew up the jail. Do you know that the plural form of beef is beev? Some excellent cattle slaughter tips in between barely controlled rage and a grenade launcher on a gun killing people.

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  • Briar Woodham
  • 2019-04-18

Love the books

Only problem is the narrator mispronounces some name of place in Florida. Other than that it’s great. Can’t wait for the next one.