In Enforcing Home, Morgan and his group suffered some loss. They discovered their old foes weren't gone, as they'd thought. Not only were they not gone, but they were also stronger than before. Morgan would have to deal with this threat while at the same time trying to restore some sort of quality of life to his community.
But this wasn't going to be easy. With the bombing at the market and the wounding of his daughter, Taylor, it became all too clear to Morgan that he was once again in a fight for the lives of those who mattered most to him. Taylor was injured and would need care for some time. It wouldn't be easy. Added to that was the realization that he would have to deal with second-guessing himself. Was it his fault that she was now hurt?
In Avenging Home, we see how this long-running battle between Morgan's people and their number one nemesis plays out. While Morgan thinks this is the biggest threat they face, there are things on the horizon he cannot yet see that are going to dwarf these problems.
Morgan has lived in a vacuum. He's had little information about the outside world. While he's used radios to listen to what he can, there's been precious little real information. But now he's found what he believes to be a reliable source and knows when and where to listen. But is it valid? Or is it simply propaganda? News and information can be powerful tools, but they must always be taken in context to make an educated decision. And the challenge is that there's only one source. When you have to make decisions that mean the difference between life and death, the process becomes even more critical.
So we'll follow Morgan and his tightly knit group as they are once again in the fight. Will they finally defeat the federal thugs in their backyard? And, more importantly, what will be the cost?
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loved the book it gave great closure which was hungered for! couldn't put it down as usual though and within 2 days I'd finished it! more please!!!!!!!
"My least favorite so far... lots of phoney reviews"
So if you are really into this series and liked book 6 you will like book 7. If like me you found the plot getting stretched too thin and hard to believe... the violence with torturing for information, the "good ol boy" language a little rough... you are best stopping back at 5.
I had two major complaints:
1 - The author is apparently unaware of the clues he was leaving and not... I was literally sick during one part of the book with what they were doing and what the result would be... given the clues I thought had been dropped. When nothing happened... I was glad, but also was irritated at the sloppy writing and unawareness of the set up given the listener.
2 - There are a ton of purchased 5 star reviews on this book and I lose a lot of respect when I see it done. It started happening on books about a year or two ago. You can Google the company. They will provide reviews that say whatever you want about a narrator or book, either positive or negative. If you look at the reviewers... it is often their 1st or 2nd review.
"Love this series...but...."
Okay I have followed this series from the start. In book 7 we get the same quality as always but the story gets a little thin at times. We are given a hint of a major battle against the DHS and after Morgan's group is attacked the character just keep on doing their thing. Then the battle begins and ends without much fanfare. Seems like the story line is getting strained but I still love this series!!!
"a great series "
most books about this subject only talk about surviving the next year or couple years this actually tells you what you need to have in store for after the aftermath and I appreciate both author and narrator for their efforts God Bless America
"Scary and Probably the Darkest"
Things get dark and the killing is out of control in this continuation story. I've followed the entire story since the beginning and I dont understand why this book took so long to transfer to audio. I cant wait for the next book!
"Some of these reviewers are wrong!"
I have to disagree with the people who said this book was a waste of time. This series has made me more aware of my surroundings and put a get home bag in my truck.
Now I do agree what's the chances of having a sf sarge pop up in your life and help you out? But it's always a warm and fuzzy thought to have in the back of your head.
I say keep writing because I am enjoying this a lot and hate to come back to reality!
"Really Trying To Stretch Out The Series"
The last hour of this book is about the town pizza party. Two big events happen and there is about six hours of filler. Stop at book 4.
"Not the best in the series but still very good."
There wasn't as much action in this book as I expected but it was still a good listen.
"Best Series Ever!"
Suspenseful, Sad, Hope.
Attack on DHS camp
Duke Fontaine is the best!
When morgan started to cry after the attack on DHS camp. He realized that there was possibility of innocent people who were killed during the raid. He is afraid to lose his humanity and go down the path in which human life and dignity is disregarded.
I have been listening to this series for years. This series could be the next great post apocalyptic show.
The build up continues with Morgan, Sarge and the rest of our survivors. This time they are challenged by what was left over of the DHS and the rest of the "Bullies", who try to continue their rein of control on the rest of society. Good continuation of storyline and can't wait for the next book.
Enjoyed the book hope there is a book eight the ending was better than I expected
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