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Sep 08, karen rated it it was ok Shelves: James Wesley, Rawles born is an American author, best known for his survivalist-genre Patriots novel series. Trivia – my copy is from a limited amount of first edition hardbacks which has a proofreader’s typo on the spine – not better way to confirm a true first edition! Just rawlse the audiobook of this one, not realizing it was part 3 of a series about a global economic collapse that leads to massive war.
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Book Review: Expatriates, by James Wesley Rawles
Rawles is a Constitu James Wesley, Rawles born is an American author, best known for his survivalist-genre Patriots novel series. View all 42 comments.
Jan 27, George rated expatriattes liked it Shelves: Inhe was quoted as saying: And if it does, then ask Jesus into your heart.
If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. To ask other readers questions about Expatriatesplease sign up. Her sibling Rhiannon, part of a missionary family in the Philippines, must flee that island country, dodging bullets in the process. My least favorite in his series. rawels
The rifle’s round magazine, which could be rapidly reloaded with 5-round stripper clips or “chargers” in the British Commonwealth shooting lexicon was a nice plus. The good news is that Rawles appears rawlse have listened to the feedback about Founders and avoided many of the pitfalls that affected his last book. Rawles is an outspoken proponent of family preparedness, especially regarding food storage and advocates relocating to lightly populated rural “retreat” areas.
The author is a real life survivalist who injects all kinds of info into the story, especially in regard to guns and other weapons. He tells you why, how, and what product they used which is very helpful to other survivalists. This most recent installment chronicles exoatriates adventures of two families living on opposite sides of the world.
Rawles said that the popular media has developed an incorrect far-right “lunatic fringe” image in part because of the actions of a radical few such as Timothy McVeigh.
Expatriates by James Wesley, Rawles
On his book covers, in his signature, on his checks, in his blog, and as his legal name, he presents his name as “James Wesley, Rawles”, using a comma to distinguish between his given and family names. Founders James Wesley Rawles. Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts. Another one on the good side of this up and down series.
I’ve been procrastinating reading this one, Expatriates, because the contemporaneous format of these four books just doesn’t work. I would give this book three and a half stars if it was possible, mainly because this book was such an improvement over the last. I read Four Blood Moons: In the thick of these political maneuvers, an American family of missionaries living in the Philippines and a Texan petroleum engineer in Australia must face the fear of being strangers in a world in flux.
Jan 25, Tadd Gestrin rated it liked it Shelves: Expatriates is one of those instructional novels where you are taught something about God, guns, economics and survival techniques while enjoying a good dystopian story. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Rawles, as the title suggests, jumps outside of CONUS to take the story of the coming collapse overseas. I just think the author should take some lessons in humility and he’d have some top notch novels.
I’ve got zero rounds! I can’t even get past a few pages on this one without feeling like I am supposed to be making a shopping list. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. One journalist called him a “survival guru” He was described as the “conscience of survivalism.
The plot was buried under mountains of uames and having the characters dialog full of it takes the enjoyment out jamse the read.
Listened to on CD. If you don’t mind an author telling rather than showing a story, then you might find this book to be a quick, eye-opening tale of “the coming collapse. The Coming Collapse 5 books. Sep 24, Jeff Soyer rated it it was amazing. Expatriates is largely set “down under” and partially in Florida. Rawles is a spokeman for the surivalist movement.
There’s a good bit of action, but none of it is very well detailed. The story centers around the Philippine islands and Australia with Indonesia and Malaysia being the bad guys in the story. Overall, I enjoyed this novel and will be looking forward to reading more about the “Crunch” and all the scary things that we think will happen to our global economy on the course that it’s headed.
Dec 16, RJ rated it liked it Shelves: With money being worthless, and a near-destroyed infrastructure, everyone is basically on their own.