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Trailer æ Remnant PDF by ✓ T.C. Sherry Remnant is the final book in the Rick Drummond story line Distance is the fourth book in the Deep Winter series, but covers another perspective character unlike the first two books, a good portion of this book involves military action as the stuttering remnants of the United States descends into civil war between the constitutionalists of the United States of America and the fascists of State of America.
The beginning of the book has the same style and pace as the earlier books, however once Drummond is drafted into the military things certainly seem to pick up in both pace and action It s hard to say if this is better than the last book as the subject material is of a different nature raw survival community building versus civil war descent into chaos it is definitively as good though, and quite a riveting tale In some ways it reminds me of William Johnstone s In The Ashes series in terms of the post collapse fighting, but it s been a decade since I read those books so my recollection could be foggy.
At any rate, Remnant was a good cap to the Rick Drummond trilogy, although I did think the miraculous new technology used in the ending was a bit out of place considering the entire 732 pages painted the picture of a nation barely able to hold it together, let alone innovate an advanced new technology.
This book is actually the third book in the author s Deep Winter series The series takes place in Spokane WA following an eruption of Mt Ranier, a major earthquake, the collapse of the American financial system, an invasion of the US by Mexico, a flu pandemic which kills something like 30 75%of the world s population, a nuclear war, and eventually another Civil War in the US Sound like a lot of things for one family to deal with It certainly is, and it tends to strain the believability of the story as a whole He could have left out a number of these disasters and still made an interesting examination of how a small group of people survive in what I guess could be called a post apocolyptic world.
In many cases, the author gets caught up in descriptions that are much too detailed for the average reader Personally, I didn t need a detailed description of how the main character fixed the roof of his home, including all the supplies needed, the sizes and thicknesses of the plywood, and the type of shingles used If you re interested in this kind of thing,it would be great, but I don t think it was necessary for advancing the story itself.
The 2nd book in the series, called Shatter, was the most interesting in my opinion However, if you re interested in post apocolyptic stories, the Peacekeeper series by Ricky Sides is to my taste I don t now if either of these series are available in print I read them on Kindle They may be self published In any case, I guess I have to give Mr Sherry credit He must have spent a good deal of time researching and writing this very long epic tale Great American StoryWritten by a patriot, this story is a cautionary tale about what could happen It remind the reader that America is at first an idea and then built by each American in their actions This is a story of rebuilding by ordinary people and full of action without political pressure Enjoy.
Awful Remnant is the final book in the Rick Drummond story line Distance is the fourth book in the Deep Winter series, but covers another perspective character unlike the first two books, a good portion of this book involves military action as the stuttering remnants of the United States descends into civil war between the constitutionalists of the United States of America and the fascists of State of America.
The beginning of the book has the same style and pace as the earlier books, however once Drummond is drafted into the military things certainly seem to pick up in both pace and action It s hard to say if this is better than the last book as the subject material is of a different nature raw survival community building versus civil war descent into chaos it is definitively as good though, and quite a riveting tale In some ways it reminds me of William Johnstone s In The Ashes series in terms of the post collapse fighting, but it s been a decade since I read those books so my recollection could be foggy.
At any rate, Remnant was a good cap to the Rick Drummond trilogy, although I did think the miraculous new technology used in the ending was a bit out of place considering the entire 732 pages painted the picture of a nation barely able to hold it together, let alone innovate an advanced new technology.
This book is actually the third book in the author s Deep Winter series The series takes place in Spokane WA following an eruption of Mt Ranier, a major earthquake, the collapse of the American financial system, an invasion of the US by Mexico, a flu pandemic which kills something like 30 75%of the world s population, a nuclear war, and eventually another Civil War in the US Sound like a lot of things for one family to deal with It certainly is, and it tends to strain the believability of the story as a whole He could have left out a number of these disasters and still made an interesting examination of how a small group of people survive in what I guess could be called a post apocolyptic world.
In many cases, the author gets caught up in descriptions that are much too detailed for the average reader Personally, I didn t need a detailed description of how the main character fixed the roof of his home, including all the supplies needed, the sizes and thicknesses of the plywood, and the type of shingles used If you re interested in this kind of thing,it would be great, but I don t think it was necessary for advancing the story itself.
The 2nd book in the series, called Shatter, was the most interesting in my opinion However, if you re interested in post apocolyptic stories, the Peacekeeper series by Ricky Sides is to my taste I don t now if either of these series are available in print I read them on Kindle They may be self published In any case, I guess I have to give Mr Sherry credit He must have spent a good deal of time researching and writing this very long epic tale Great American StoryWritten by a patriot, this story is a cautionary tale about what could happen It remind the reader that America is at first an idea and then built by each American in their actions This is a story of rebuilding by ordinary people and full of action without political pressure Enjoy.
Awful The first half drags and drags, not unlike the first two very slow books, but when it finally picks up the entire book is redeemed That is, other than the way out of right field conspiracy theories and adherence to homeopathic and other alternative cures The characters are still human and likable but I felt like slapping the author for including such BS, and soured the entire series for me.
Another great book in the series The country totally falls apart corrupted government allowed to take things to far before we the people can stop it.
This book was way impersonal, focused on the happenings rather than the people it was happening to He wrapped up the ending vaguely enough I still see a possibility of another book or two Maybe named The Frontier Years then The Rebuild This could take that vague wrap up and tell us what happened next Going back to the personal struggle, triumph, and growth of the Drummond Bauer Martin tribe.
Take my advice, finish the series You will not regret it I highly recommend all three in this series.
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Is now on our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you I will reread the first two books in the series but not the 3rd and final book Other than the names of the primary characters there is very little resemblance between the 3rd book and the first two.
A good follow up and I am looking forward to the next book which is in process at Thomas Sherrys website.


Another great book in the series The country totally falls apart corrupted government allowed to take things to far before we the people can stop it.
This book was way impersonal, focused on the happenings rather than the people it was happening to He wrapped up the ending vaguely enough I still see a possibility of another book or two Maybe named The Frontier Years then The Rebuild This could take that vague wrap up and tell us what happened next Going back to the personal struggle, triumph, and growth of the Drummond Bauer Martin tribe.
Take my advice, finish the series You will not regret it I highly recommend all three in this series.
The first half drags and drags, not unlike the first two very slow books, but when it finally picks up the entire book is redeemed That is, other than the way out of right field conspiracy theories and adherence to homeopathic and other alternative cures The characters are still human and likable but I felt like slapping the author for including such BS, and soured the entire series for me.
I will reread the first two books in the series but not the 3rd and final book Other than the names of the primary characters there is very little resemblance between the 3rd book and the first two.
A good follow up and I am looking forward to the next book which is in process at Thomas Sherrys website.