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by Lloyd Tackitt
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Action & Adventure
  • Author:
    Lloyd Tackitt
  • ISBN:
    1478297700
  • ISBN13:
    978-1478297703
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  • Publisher:
    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 22, 2012)
  • Pages:
    228 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Action & Adventure
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  • FB2 format
    1468 kb
  • ePUB format
    1592 kb
  • DJVU format
    1491 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    927
  • Formats:
    mbr doc lit azw


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Three years after a solar storm wiped out the power grid Adrian Hunter embarks on a journey to the mountains.

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Cover and Formatting by StreetLight Graphics. Three years after a solar storm wiped out the power grid Adrian Hunter embarks on a journey to the mountains, determined to live and survive by utilizing his knowledge of stone age techniques. He encounters a band of raiders who attempt to take him prisoner - and Adrian's War begins.

Adrian's War. Lloyd Tackitt. Adrian's war with the mountain cannibals is over and his uncle has called him home with chilling news. Something is going to annihiliate Adrian's home village, Fort Brazos. Roman won't say more than that over the radio.

Written by Lloyd Tackitt, Audiobook narrated by Michael Hacker. It takes Adrian three weeks to get home and find out what the coming threat is, and what he can do about it. Eden's Hammer begins with his arrival. By happyjo on 05-19-19. Eden's War. A Distant Eden, Book 5. By: Lloyd Tackitt.

This book is dedicated to my father, William Nathan Tackitt. He is a veteran of three wars; WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. The second half of the book contains information on fighting raiders, based on classic guerrilla tactics. In a post-apocalyptic world raiders will be a fact of life. A quiet man with immense dignity and modesty. Historically they have nearly always been a fact of life from the time agriculture was developed.

Chapter 25. Adrian’s way. by Lloyd Tackitt. This book is dedicated to my father, William Nathan Tackitt. A true life hero, and gentleman, in every sense of the words. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Adrien English Mysteries.

Lloyd Tackitt has some great idea's about surviving, well, anything. Great sense of honour. Sep 25, 2012 Brad T. rated it really liked it. Shelves: 2012, prepper-fiction. Enjoyed this one better than the first.

Edited by Everything Indie. Cover and Formatting by StreetLight Graphics. Three years after a solar storm wiped out the power grid Adrian Hunter embarks on a journey to the mountains, determined to live and survive by utilizing his knowledge of stone age techniques. He encounters a band of raiders who attempt to take him prisoner - and Adrian's War begins.

Phallozs Dwarfs
Adrian’s War is a sequel to A Distant Eden by Lloyd Tackitt but does well as a stand alone novel. The author’s books are not only enjoyable and entertaining but meant to pass along ‘survivalist’ training woven into the storyline. While Distant Eden deals with apocalypse survival founded on prepper stores and scrounging the remnants of destroyed society, Adrian’s War follows the obvious need to retreat further into mankind’s past to achieve sustainability through pre-industrial hunter-gathering, animal husbandry and rudimentary farming.

We rejoin Adrian, heartbroken from the loss of his new-world love and wife, who sets off on a personal challenge of discovery but more so to outdistance his pain. Akin to building fire by friction for the challenge, he forswears modern for indigenous people’s tools and weapons. The author’s attempt at character introspection and personal growth focused on recovery from grief is well done and deepens the caliber of his work.

Adrian’s journey into the Rockies finds good and bad and dangers galore. It is an entertaining adventure yarn where the incorporated survivalist lessons harken back to stone age culture and tools, reminiscent to some extent of native American cultures. Adrian’s acquiring of his new moniker of “Bear” is a smile evoking thread woven into the broad storyline.

In search of his life path, Adrian discovers the meld of his military skill set and good guy shepherd persona to be a perfect fit for training the surviving population in defending themselves while at the same time enjoying, with gusto, the dispatching of the new made two legged predator wolves of the world.

Sequels often wither from brain drain but by reaching further into societies past the author has found a new cultural resource to mine to keep his work fresh. The only negative was the few grammatical errors and typos which detracted from an otherwise rather nice work. But I enjoyed it anyway and look forward to the next.
Mananara
Adrian's War is a sequel and as was true in the first book is half PA story and half how to survive in the wilderness after the power grid goes down. If you want to know how to hunt, set traps, skin animals, scout bad guys who have set up a fortress and injure and kill them, this is the book for you. Adrian has set off on his own after his wife died from some communicable disease she caught from a patient. He is terribly depressed as the book opens, and needs to be off on his own until he heals (or just gives up and dies). So much of the story is about how he survives on his own in the wilderness. And he does almost die, but is rescued (tho his rescurers are killed themselves). His "war" begins there, as he tracks down these rapists and killers and finds a whole lot more "bad guys" than he bargained for. While I was not terrible interested in the hunting, skinning, cooking dead animals or setting traps for the bad guys aspects of this book, I was interested enough to finish the book. This book is really focused on this one character though, unlike the previous book. I would probably read part 3 in the series if there IS one, esp if Adrian goes back to the community he helped set up.
LoboThommy
At this point, I have now read all but the final book. I would love to give this one (Adrian's War) 5 stars, but there are far too many punctuation and word errors. One example is during the fight with the bear. The spear cuts the bear's 'lounge', which should have been tongue.

If it were to be cleaned up, I would gladly change this to a 5!

Author, have some notes that will help you fix it.

I've noticed that some reviews can't comprehend Adrian going stone age. I wonder how much attention was paid to the story line. Adrian is suffering from grief, has promised his now dead wife never to commit suicide and abandons modern implements in a not too subtle way as a means of fighting and possibly losing, thus being killed and fulfilling his promise. He obviously is not killed and eventually overcomes his need for self-destruct.

I'm rarely entertained to the point that I purchase second, third and fourth books. One author had 12 books in his series that I purchased.

Mr. Tackitt's points on how people will behave are frighteningly real. If the grid were to go down today, I probably would not be among the long term survivors, but not for lack of trying.
Eseve
A well written end of civilization story, using many survivor techniques available. I would have given it a higher rating, but for the following: the first 2 pages of chapter 23 were repeated many,many times. The same thing occurs with chapter 25, repetition many, many times, without end, literally. The book ended after chapter 25! Since I hadn't bought the book I won't complain too much but releasing a book in this condition, is unforgivable.
Negal
Good description of wilderness survival techniques specifically adapted to the American SW (specific edible and cordage plants). Told in story format, a bit telegraphic but does what the author intended. Short, as books usually go. Second half is typical guerilla warfare military action story, entertaining. Bear-friendly incident is most humanizing part of 2nd half. This will be a big hit with the prepper community. Good info for people who are 4-corners area or those who couldn't slog through reading Hunters of the Northern Forest, Emergency Bush Medicine or the Foxfire series.
Felolv
This reads like a stone-age survival book, as this is the way the "hero" decides to live. Although there are lots of adventure and action, the fact that the main character is some sort of indistructible superhero/Rambo that can by himself destroy a whole army just doesn't make it for me.

The "ending" of this book leads you to book 3 of the series, so don't expect a resolution (in fact, this is a 5 book series, as properly stated in the presentation)