Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The Prepper Road Saga: Our End Of The Lake Revisited by Ron Foster

Since I've begun reading Ron Foster's Preppers series, I haven't looked at life the same way since. What used to be seen as "must-haves" in my life are now viewed as only perks to living a relatively low-stress life. I can live without them if need be. What used to be seen as junk or trash, is now viewed with the eye of a prepper. Someone who fully intends to survive if there's ever a global catastrophe or breakdown of society. It's like adopting a MacGyver attitude. Plastic bags, cans, tubes, tarps, and other things we often toss out in the garbage can actually come in handy when you're trying to survive.

This book not only covers more methods of how to find food, water, shelter and protection during a worldwide cataclysm, but we get to meet the characters up close and personal. As with all of the author's books, he combines humor, adventure, and helpful hints. As a lover of nonfiction books, I find it to be a perfect blend. So what's the author trying to get across in the Prepper series? That as long as you're alive there's hope, so never, ever give up! 
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