299 Days: The Preparation

Title299 Days: The Preparation
Year for Search2012
AuthorsTate, Glen [pseud.]
Date Published2012
PublisherPrepper Press
Place Published[Augusta, ME]
Annotation

Ten volumes of a survivalist dystopia that follows the protagonist from his realization that he must leave his comfortable life through the stages of social disintegration to the establishment of a community that, while successful, needs to be defended against those still loyal to what is left of the government. The following volumes trace the disappearance of freedom in the U. S. and the revolution that ultimately restores freedom.

Pseudonym

Glen Tate [pseud.]

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2012 Tate, Glen [pseud.]. 299 Days: The Preparation. [Augusta, ME]: Prepper Press. Followed by his 299 Days: The Collapse. Book Two in the 299 Days Series. [Augusta, ME]: Prepper Press, 2012; 299 Days: The Community. Book Three in the ten book 299 Days Series. [Augusta, ME]: Prepper Press, 2012; 299 Days: The Stronghold. Book Four in the ten book 299 Days Series. [Augusta, ME]: Prepper Press, 2012; 299 Days V: The Visitors: Book Five in the ten book 299 Days Series. [Augusta, ME]: Prepper Press, 2013; 299 Days VI: The 17th Irregulars. Book Six in the ten book 299 Days series. [Augusta, ME]: Prepper Press, 2013; 299 Days VII: The The Change of Seasons: Book Seven in the ten book 299 Days Series. [Augusta, ME]: Prepper Press, 2013; 299 Days VIII: The War: Book Eight in the ten book 299 Days series. [Augusta, ME]: Prepper Press, 2014; and 299 Days IX: The Restoration: Book Nine in the ten book 299 Days series. [Augusta, ME]: Prepper Press, 2014. The final volume, 299 Days X: The 43 Colonels. Book Ten in the ten book 299 Days series. [Augusta, ME]: Prepper Press, 2014, consists of reports on forty-three heroes and heroines of the successful revolution. PSt

Ten volumes of a survivalist dystopia that follows the protagonist from his realization that he must leave his comfortable life through the stages of social disintegration to the establishment of a community that, while successful, needs to be defended against those still loyal to what is left of the government. The following volumes trace the disappearance of freedom in the U. S. and the revolution that ultimately restores freedom.