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October 13, 2011 09:27PM
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Anyone have any book recommendations?

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October 13, 2011 10:38PM
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October 15, 2011 09:29PM
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Behold A Pale Horse by William Cooper.

I'm gonna sticky this one...

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October 16, 2011 12:10AM
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Although it may not be on the direct vein of books to expose the ridiculousness of the government we live under now, the series I'm reading now winds up doing so in a more subtle way. The series is called The Sword of Truth, the first book being Wizard's First Rule. It's a great series with battles of description similar to Lord of the Rings (and bigger), yet at the same time imparts a incredible wisdom and love of liberty. This is the definition of the wizard's first rule, as explained in the book:

"Wizard's First Rule: people are stupid. People are stupid; given proper motivation, almost anyone will believe anything. Because people are stupid, they will believe a lie because they want to believe it's true, or because they are afraid it might be true. People's heads are full of knowledge, facts, and beliefs, and most of it false, yet they think it all true. People are stupid; they can only rarely tell the difference between a lie and the truth, and yet they are confident they can, and so all the easier to fool."

I also have a sneaking suspicion that the author holds the Founders' Republic in high regard, with how the main character has developed in the story. At very least, he seems to have a kindred view on a lot of topics, as evidenced below.

"Some leaders have preached peace, even saying self-defense is wrong. It seems the best of intentions to shun violence. In the end, it often leads to slaughter, where the threat of violence in the beginning would have prevented the attack, and resulted in no violence. They put their good intentions above the realities of life. They accuse warriors of being bloodthirsty, when the warriors could have prevented bloodshed."
October 19, 2011 08:02AM
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Oh, and if you really want to go deep diving into the rabbit hole, you really gotta
check out David Vaughan Icke's books! [davidickebooks.co.uk]
October 21, 2011 11:31PM
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Thank You!!! Also, Check out Patriots: A Novel of Survival in the Coming Collapse by James Wesley
October 27, 2011 09:26AM
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Just wanted to add that Google books has many free books on our founding fathers and early republic... Some make for some good reading (especially if you have an ebook reader... It may just be me but reading a book on a comp is a pain).

“Educate and inform the whole mass of the people... They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty.” -- Thomas Jefferson
October 27, 2011 11:40AM
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Yeah, ereaders with an e-ink display are much nicer on the eyes. Faster to read than a printed book, too. No page curve. I've read more than 30 books over the past year on mine.
November 28, 2011 09:24PM
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Off the top of my head since I am n my iPad.

Entertainment

The Road
Patriots (read this with a notebook handy)
Survivors
One second after
Alas Bablon

Educaional

Patriots
SAS survival
Battlefield medicine
Stand your ground
Where there is no doctor
Foragers handbook

That's a start, read them & let's talk smiling smiley
I have an extensive library & the above is what jumped to mind 1st.
November 28, 2011 09:56PM
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Looks like a good list!

I've actually seen "The Road", the "Patriot", and have the book "Where there is no Doctor"!
November 28, 2011 10:32PM
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Anyone have any book recommendations?



Lights Out
- David Crawford (Author)

One Second After
- William R. Forstchen (Author)

That's start. I love to read and try to read a couple of books a week.
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November 29, 2011 01:16AM
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I just finished all the online links to Absolved; is the novel complete and if so where can I buy or download a copy??
November 29, 2011 09:46AM
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Mike's supposed to be publishing before Christmas, so we'll see when it happens. I haven't seen an announcement on his blog about it, so I'd guess it's not out there yet.
November 30, 2011 09:17PM
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...and bye the way; I don't remember reading anything online about Ricin plots. Did I miss something or is it just not there??
December 01, 2011 09:05AM
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If you're talking Absolved, there was no use of ricin in the story, though it doesn't stop the leftist media from trying to push their "blood soaked novel" meme. Trying to blame any book for a person's actions is just stupid.
December 01, 2011 03:05PM
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I just finished Survivors by James Rawles last night.

I wouldn't go so far as to say it was a good book but it was interesting & moderately entertaining. I enjoyed watching how it dovetailed with Patriots.

There is a recipe for a chemical reacting Molotov cocktail towards the end that makes it worth the price of the book!
December 02, 2011 12:22AM
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A series I am collecting is the Foxfire Books

That is the main website but I have bought mine from other sites for less.

One thing I also do is go to Salvation Army/Resale shops and look for books on Medicine, Construction, Education etc, I've added some really good books for pennies.

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December 02, 2011 05:42AM
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I remember first seeing those in book stores back in the 80s!
December 03, 2011 04:47AM
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A series I am collecting is the Foxfire Books

That is the main website but I have bought mine from other sites for less.

One thing I also do is go to Salvation Army/Resale shops and look for books on Medicine, Construction, Education etc, I've added some really good books for pennies.

I have a few of these in my preps as well. Solid info. Mine are some of the older books I bought used.

Here a few more;

Without Warning
- John Brmningham

Lords of Finance
- Liquat Ahamed

The Day Money Died
- Adam Fergusson
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December 10, 2011 08:18AM
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Can't believe no one has mentioned this book. Art of War by Sun Tzu. Probably my favorite.
December 10, 2011 08:34AM
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I just started reading "Enemies, foreign & domestic" by Matthew Bracken last night.

I am only about 50 pages into it but I already recommend it! I could totally see things going down like he writes it!
December 10, 2011 01:37PM
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Clausewitz on War is another classic that l feel should be in everyones library.
December 10, 2011 03:10PM
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Miyamoto Musashi's Book of Five Rings and the Hagakure are both excellent reads. Mentioning Art of War (which I still need to read) reminded me of those.
December 11, 2011 05:27PM
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A very interesting story by Jerry D. Young, called "The Rainbow Currency Conspiracy". It's not a book, but a short story and can be read online at Jerry's web site. www.jerrydyoung.com. He has a lot of good prepper fiction for free on his website.

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2 books that l recently purchased and highly recommend are Holding Your Ground and Without Rule of Law. Both are written by Joe Nobody.

"Holding Your Ground is an instructional guide and planning tool that addresses defensive preparation of a location. lf the government can no longer protect your home, farm, or property, Holding will teach you how. Holding covers virtually every aspect of protecting you and your familyin the event society breaks down."

"Without Rule of Law is a book written for non-military readers who believe in self-reliance and wish to develope advanced, just-in-case capabilitiesfor themselves and their families. The book includes instructions on planning, operational parameters and general guidance should TEOTWAWKI occur and extreme measures are required to survive."

Both books are very informative and even if you're former military and know most of the info provided, you'll still pick something up from them. lt's good for the family to read.

Badday says check 'em out.

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Nam by Marv Baker is good

There is another book I keep trying to finish called civil war II. I'll have to find it to put the author on here what I read so far was pretty good.
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Someone told me years ago that his daughter had given him a set of books (three if memory serves me correctly) that was a DIY survival kinda encyclopedia. "How to" kinda stuff, churn butter, butcher livestock, animal husbandry, make soap, build a log cabin, etc. etc. The kind of books that if you were thrown out in the woods with a knife, ax and a couple of good firearms, what info would be needed to take care of EVERYTHING else. He told me the name of the set of books, but I can't remember his name, much less the name of the books.
Anybody got a clue ???

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April 20, 2012 11:37PM
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Just got Holding your ground for my Kindle. Looking forward to the read.

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