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Friday, May 4, 2012
Books Available May 4, 2012
Backpack Gourmet: Good Hot Grub You Can Make at Home, Dehydrate, and Pack for Quick, Easy, and Healthy Eating on the Trail
Not available to Canada.
NEW NAME - NEW IDENTITY - FRESH CREDIT - BE PROTECTED AND ANONYMOUS - NO ATTORNEY! - LEGAL, FAST, EASY & INEXPENSIVE - HOW TO BOOK AND GUIDE FOR SMART DUMMIES
BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING - GET AN ANONYMOUS NEW LIFE, IDENTITY & NAME - FAST / EASY / LEGAL - HOW TO BOOK & GUIDE FOR SMART DUMMIES
Basic Soap Making: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started (How To Basics)
Not available to Canada.
The 2012 Survival Guide: The Ultimate Step By Step Plan On How To Survive 2012 And Live To Tell About It
“very basic at best” says a review. Half about the Mayan prophecies.
The Broke-Ass Cookbook
Volcanoes Unit Study
for teaching your kids
The Damnation of Memory
“The dual catastrophes of peak oil and a decade-long grain blight have annihilated the gas pump and breadbox of North America. The great cities of the northeast corridor have imploded, leaving only tiny rural Amish communities intact and subsisting, as they ever have, unhindered by the need for fuel or mass-produced food. The two friends have grown accustomed to the Amish ways, and earn their keep delivering mail on foot from far-flung farm communities stretched from Indiana and Illinois to Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York. In the absence of people, nature has begun to retake what man has built. Cities and towns teem with wildlife and crumble year after year, and even amongst the warmth of the Amish, the two men find it difficult with each passing year to make sense of what has happened to their way of life...”
A Tough Man
hort story is based in a post apocalypse setting of author's novel Hard Roads. Description says "This is a work of Extreme violence and Coarse language," but reviewer says language is clean. (shrug)
Blind Justice (first)
Desert Mirage (Blind Justice) (second)
Two short stories. "The world was ruined long before I got here. Everything known had become unknown. Maps no longer worked or made any sense, GPS... all but useless. And history... well, history had long gone past, fiction now, stories of old, of how the world had changed in a day, in an hour, between one minute and the next. Places where nothing existed before, now entire landscapes had spread, like a blight or cancer. Truth be told, the world had grown by leaps and bounds, mountains, plains, forests, all appearing almost overnight- and in their wake, madness- my only luck was being born a quarter of a century after the fact..."
The stories "chronicle one man's journey across an apocalyptic landscape of America. Born into a ruined world, he'll do anything to survive, even if it means hunting down every last one of 'them.'"