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The Guardians

Author : Steven Bird
ISBN : 9781495118524
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 48. 90 MB
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The Guardians is the second book in The New Homefront series. It is the sequel to The Last Layover: The New Homefront, Volume 1. The Guardians picks up where The Last Layover left off, as well as introducing an exciting new parallel story line and characters. Join our characters as they struggle to survive and find their way in a world forever changed by the events detailed in Volume 1. The Guardians is an action-adventure thrill ride, packed with plausible events that offers readers a glimpse into a potential collapse of society, while providing an exciting and entertaining story with characters you will feel you truly know and understand. Continue on this journey with them as they face the dangers, hardships, chaos, and violence, of an unraveling and collapsing modern world, while never losing touch with their own humanity, decency, and dignity.

The Last Layover

Author : Steven C. Bird
ISBN : 1507808577
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 82. 11 MB
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The world is on the brink of financial and societal collapse because of an out of control government. This results in the breakdown of America's communications and energy grid. When these events occur the crew of an airline is stranded in New York without communications and far from family. They struggle to make their way home to their friends and families while fighting the evil and tyranny that quickly ensue.

The Blue Ridge Resistance

Author : Steven C. Bird
ISBN : 1507806647
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 60. 56 MB
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The Blue Ridge Resistance is the third book in The New Homefront series and picks up where The Guardians left off. The main characters have struggled to survive in a nation that underwent what appeared to be an orchestrated collapse, with several elements joining together to bring America to its knees. With the country and its infrastructure still in disarray, and with power struggles and conflict within all levels of government delaying a recovery, people must fend for themselves in order to survive. As the residents of the Homefront and their homesteading community find themselves running low on supplies, they must venture outside of their East Tennessee mountain hideaway in search of what they need, while the outside world begins to jeopardize the stability and security they have worked so hard to achieve. Join with them as they continue to fight the evil and tyranny in their new world, while they strive to maintain their own dignity and humanity. If you like action-adventure, prepper, SHTF, TEOTWAWKI, patriotic, survival fiction, you should checkout this series.

The German War

Author : Nicholas Stargardt
ISBN : 9781473523739
Genre : History
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WINNER OF THE 2016 PEN HESSELL-TILTMAN PRIZE The Second World War was a German war like no other. The Nazi regime, having started the conflict, turned it into the most horrific war in European history, resorting to genocidal methods well before building the first gas chambers. Over its course, the Third Reich expended and exhausted all its moral and physical reserves, leading to total defeat in 1945. Yet 70 years on – despite whole libraries of books about the war’s origins, course and atrocities – we still do not know what Germans thought they were fighting for and how they experienced and sustained the war until the bitter end. When war broke out in September 1939, it was deeply unpopular in Germany. Yet without the active participation and commitment of the German people, it could not have continued for almost six years. What, then, was the war Germans thought they were fighting? How did the changing course of the conflict – the victories of the Blitzkrieg, the first defeats in the east, the bombing of Germany’s cities – change their views and expectations? And when did Germans first realise that they were fighting a genocidal war? Drawing on a wealth of first-hand testimony, The German War is the first foray for many decades into how the German people experienced the Second World War. Told from the perspective of those who lived through it – soldiers, schoolteachers and housewives; Nazis, Christians and Jews – its masterful historical narrative sheds fresh and disturbing light on the beliefs, hopes and fears of a people who embarked on, continued and fought to the end a brutal war of conquest and genocide.

Homegoing

Author : Yaa Gyasi
ISBN : 9781101947142
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 52. 63 MB
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Winner of the NBCC's John Leonard First Book Prize A New York Times 2016 Notable Book One of Oprah’s 10 Favorite Books of 2016 NPR's Debut Novel of the Year One of Buzzfeed's Best Fiction Books Of 2016 One of Time's Top 10 Novels of 2016 “Homegoing is an inspiration.” —Ta-Nehisi Coates The unforgettable New York Times best seller begins with the story of two half-sisters, separated by forces beyond their control: one sold into slavery, the other married to a British slaver. Written with tremendous sweep and power, Homegoing traces the generations of family who follow, as their destinies lead them through two continents and three hundred years of history, each life indeliably drawn, as the legacy of slavery is fully revealed in light of the present day. Effia and Esi are born into different villages in eighteenth-century Ghana. Effia is married off to an Englishman and lives in comfort in the palatial rooms of Cape Coast Castle. Unbeknownst to Effia, her sister, Esi, is imprisoned beneath her in the castle’s dungeons, sold with thousands of others into the Gold Coast’s booming slave trade, and shipped off to America, where her children and grandchildren will be raised in slavery. One thread of Homegoing follows Effia’s descendants through centuries of warfare in Ghana, as the Fante and Asante nations wrestle with the slave trade and British colonization. The other thread follows Esi and her children into America. From the plantations of the South to the Civil War and the Great Migration, from the coal mines of Pratt City, Alabama, to the jazz clubs and dope houses of twentieth-century Harlem, right up through the present day, Homegoing makes history visceral, and captures, with singular and stunning immediacy, how the memory of captivity came to be inscribed in the soul of a nation.

This World We Live In

Author : Susan Beth Pfeffer
ISBN : 9780547487946
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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It’s been a year since a meteor collided with the moon, catastrophically altering the earth’s climate. For Miranda Evans, life as she knew it no longer exists. Her friends and neighbors are dead, the landscape is frozen, and food is increasingly scarce. The struggle to survive intensifies when Miranda’s father and stepmother arrive with a baby and three strangers in tow. One of the newcomers is Alex Morales, and as Miranda’s complicated feelings for him turn to love, his plans for his future thwart their relationship. Then a devastating tornado hits the town of Howell, and Miranda makes a decision that will change their lives forever.

Fighting On The Home Front

Author : Kate Adie
ISBN : 9781444759709
Genre : History
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In 1914 the world changed forever. When World War One broke out and a generation of men went off to fight, bestselling author Kate Adie shows how women emerged from the shadows of their domestic lives. Now a visible force in public life, they began to take up essential roles - from transport to policing, munitions to sport, entertainment, even politics. They had finally become citizens, a recognised part of the war machine, acquiring their own rights and often an independent income. Former BBC Chief News Correspondent Kate Adie charts the seismic move towards equal rights with men that began a century ago and through unique first-hand research shows just how momentous the achievements of those pioneering women were. This is history at its best - a vivid, compelling account of the women who helped win the war as well as a revealing assessment of their legacy for women's lives today.

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