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The only possible thing that could make Morgan’s world even more difficult happened. The Japanese fleet off the coast of California was wiped out. An even that Morgan and friends and family only knew about because of the radio broadcasts from the Radio Free Redoubt. So far removed from them it barely warranted notice. That is until the Chinese retaliated by launching a nuc The only possible thing that could make Morgan’s world even more difficult happened. The Japanese fleet off the coast of California was wiped out. An even that Morgan and friends and family only knew about because of the radio broadcasts from the Radio Free Redoubt. So far removed from them it barely warranted notice. That is until the Chinese retaliated by launching a nuclear counter-strike against Mac Dill Air Force base. This, did warrant their attention and had the potential to profoundly impact their lives. As bad as the fear of nuclear fallout was, it wasn’t the only threat still haunting northern Lake county. With proof the Russians had pathfinder units on the ground, at a minimum, in the state and discovery of Cuban forces cooperating with them, something had to be done. After encountering armored units and realizing they were ill equipped to deal with the threat, the old man called for help. The call was answered, but would require a near impossible trip by truck to Eglin Air Force base. America was certainly on the ropes, but she wasn’t down yet. All Morgan wants to do is protect his family and friends. To restore a normal sense of life. To see to it Mel and his girls are safe and protected. He doesn’t want to get involved in these military actions. He’s more focused on trying to restore power to town. But his desires are, to use a military term, overtaken by circumstances, and, once again, Morgan and his friends are compelled to get involved. And this time, it will cost them.


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The only possible thing that could make Morgan’s world even more difficult happened. The Japanese fleet off the coast of California was wiped out. An even that Morgan and friends and family only knew about because of the radio broadcasts from the Radio Free Redoubt. So far removed from them it barely warranted notice. That is until the Chinese retaliated by launching a nuc The only possible thing that could make Morgan’s world even more difficult happened. The Japanese fleet off the coast of California was wiped out. An even that Morgan and friends and family only knew about because of the radio broadcasts from the Radio Free Redoubt. So far removed from them it barely warranted notice. That is until the Chinese retaliated by launching a nuclear counter-strike against Mac Dill Air Force base. This, did warrant their attention and had the potential to profoundly impact their lives. As bad as the fear of nuclear fallout was, it wasn’t the only threat still haunting northern Lake county. With proof the Russians had pathfinder units on the ground, at a minimum, in the state and discovery of Cuban forces cooperating with them, something had to be done. After encountering armored units and realizing they were ill equipped to deal with the threat, the old man called for help. The call was answered, but would require a near impossible trip by truck to Eglin Air Force base. America was certainly on the ropes, but she wasn’t down yet. All Morgan wants to do is protect his family and friends. To restore a normal sense of life. To see to it Mel and his girls are safe and protected. He doesn’t want to get involved in these military actions. He’s more focused on trying to restore power to town. But his desires are, to use a military term, overtaken by circumstances, and, once again, Morgan and his friends are compelled to get involved. And this time, it will cost them.

30 review for Conflicted Home

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chessy The Cat

    Morgan Carter’s story continues as the US is fighting invasion on multiple fronts. With the Chinese nuking Mac Dill Air Force base and having had a run-in with Russian Pathfinders, Morgan’s group realize they are sorely under-protected. They must think about more than the day-to-day activities of bringing a community back to some semblance of before. American’s ninth novel it The Survivalist series, Conflicted Home has both new hope and joy along with tragedy and sorrow. In fact, it is probably t Morgan Carter’s story continues as the US is fighting invasion on multiple fronts. With the Chinese nuking Mac Dill Air Force base and having had a run-in with Russian Pathfinders, Morgan’s group realize they are sorely under-protected. They must think about more than the day-to-day activities of bringing a community back to some semblance of before. American’s ninth novel it The Survivalist series, Conflicted Home has both new hope and joy along with tragedy and sorrow. In fact, it is probably the best in the series as far as the story goes. I’m loving the character development of the members of Morgan’s group. The world building is so good that I have no trouble picturing the scenes in my mind. Unfortunately, it was riddled with typos. I quit marking them after the 19th one. That is very distracting and I finally had to force myself to just read over them. I’m not sure what happened but hiring a good proofreader or starting an ARC Facebook group would have weeded most if not all of these errors out before publishing. I find it curious that after nine novels in the series that one would be so poorly edited. There is at least one plot hole. Sarge insists that the General wants to see Morgan. Yet, when they meet the General is almost surprised to see him and says nothing to indicate he was summoned. I even went back and reread those parts to see if I had missed something. I love this series and hope that the next installment isn’t rushed. 3 out of 5 stars based on sloppiness.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    Really enjoyed the beginning of this series ( I can't believe this is already book 9) but if I am being honest the storytelling has been going downhill for awhile now. Pages and pages go by describing the insignificant banter and interactions. It reads more like a screenplay with "I walked to the corner of the room and turn around and flipped him the bird, he grinned, I winked then we both laughed before I went outside to slop the hogs".... "the hogs were foul smelly creatures but were happy to Really enjoyed the beginning of this series ( I can't believe this is already book 9) but if I am being honest the storytelling has been going downhill for awhile now. Pages and pages go by describing the insignificant banter and interactions. It reads more like a screenplay with "I walked to the corner of the room and turn around and flipped him the bird, he grinned, I winked then we both laughed before I went outside to slop the hogs".... "the hogs were foul smelly creatures but were happy to see me because of the food a brought..." Rinse and repeat. This series is about 7 books past its' prime.

  3. 4 out of 5

    H. FRANKLIN YOUNG

    I read a lot of dystopian prepped fiction. This particular series appeals to me because I grew up in Central Florida, camped almost 1/3 of my life (until age 18) throughout that part of the state, have strong family ties in Perry, and am now retired military. Touches mighty close to home even though I left there long ago. It also appeals to me because I know so many people like those in this series. A American would have my back because I can hear and feel and know he ain't BSing about what he w I read a lot of dystopian prepped fiction. This particular series appeals to me because I grew up in Central Florida, camped almost 1/3 of my life (until age 18) throughout that part of the state, have strong family ties in Perry, and am now retired military. Touches mighty close to home even though I left there long ago. It also appeals to me because I know so many people like those in this series. A American would have my back because I can hear and feel and know he ain't BSing about what he writes. Best I can do is tell him he does right by all of us. Thank you.

  4. 4 out of 5

    RJ

    There’s an old saying that goes something like; If the situation hasn’t been bad enough for Morgan, family, and friends, it could always be worse. After successfully repelling DHS advances coming close to home, I thought our boys deserved a break for a job well done. Well, that’s not going to happen. Rumors of Chinese and Russian troops getting “boots on the ground” were bad enough, but now we have Cuban armor and soldiers getting into the act. Relief supplies have begun coming in from NATO alli There’s an old saying that goes something like; If the situation hasn’t been bad enough for Morgan, family, and friends, it could always be worse. After successfully repelling DHS advances coming close to home, I thought our boys deserved a break for a job well done. Well, that’s not going to happen. Rumors of Chinese and Russian troops getting “boots on the ground” were bad enough, but now we have Cuban armor and soldiers getting into the act. Relief supplies have begun coming in from NATO allies but one such ally thought they would slip in a few tanks and APC's, which caused quite the uproar. An eye-for-an-eye exchange leaves Mac Dill Air Force base in ruins, and the threat of fallout a reality. Those Cuban troops thought they would share some shock and awe as well, leaving one of our group in a body bag. Escalation and reprisal on a local level lead to some old-fashion justice. Eventually things quiet down and our “family of survivors” are able to enjoy a double wedding! In closing, we are given a glimpse of a bright light in the midst of darkness, as electricity returns to a small part of northern Lake county.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jason Lee

    I've listened with audible for the whole series and really loved the early books. The characters are really fantastic. For Conflicted Home, I found myself barely able to get through it. What I really had a problem with was how much time was spent with one character telling another character the exact same thing that I had just experienced right along with them listening to the book. The characters would recount the story in what felt like almost the same level of detail to one another. Then the I've listened with audible for the whole series and really loved the early books. The characters are really fantastic. For Conflicted Home, I found myself barely able to get through it. What I really had a problem with was how much time was spent with one character telling another character the exact same thing that I had just experienced right along with them listening to the book. The characters would recount the story in what felt like almost the same level of detail to one another. Then the characters would move along and tell the same thing to yet another character in slightly less detail but still far to much. I am not sure I'll continue with the series at this point.

  6. 4 out of 5

    James J. Seals Jr

    A American does it again Another outstanding book in the survivalist series. Follow the group as they slowly but surely overcome disaster and rebuild their community. I've followed this series from the beginning, buying each new book in paperback format as they came out. I have never been disappointed in any of the books. The action and situations encountered in this series by the characters is both plausible and likely in the throes of a collapse. If you haven't read this serie s I highly recomme A American does it again Another outstanding book in the survivalist series. Follow the group as they slowly but surely overcome disaster and rebuild their community. I've followed this series from the beginning, buying each new book in paperback format as they came out. I have never been disappointed in any of the books. The action and situations encountered in this series by the characters is both plausible and likely in the throes of a collapse. If you haven't read this serie s I highly recommend it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Brandon

    Great series, but, lackluster installment. There really wasn't much to Conflicted. Hardly any large plot events, and should really have been combined with whatever comes next. The entire book was merely build-up with one climactic event, followed by more ansillary events. It was still well written, if not a bit too much minutia; but, I would have been happier if he'd cut down on the moment-to-moment and focused more on the major events of the series' plot.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tracey Mccall

    Outstanding I love this series, each book I read gets better and better if that's possible! Well written, action packed from beginning to end, twist and turn thrown in. The character development is brilliant, I have ended each book feeling as I have known them forever. What would you do if am emo hit, how would you survive and who would you align yourself with? Get to Amazon and start reading

  9. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    A gathering of ideas and a bit more back on course Conflicted Home is a quick read returning more to the steady story telling of the earlier installments. Impressive character development continues and some events undo the fable telling everything turns out good a reader might be lulled into. Definitely reading made me eager to start reading Home Coming (vol 10) the last volume.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dave Hay

    Do like the series, but feel A American is groping for a story line now. Loved the survivalist start to the series, and the darker side of humanity and how fast things dissolve. The last 2 instalments have tailed of into more of a military story. As much as I enjoyed one mans arduous journey to get back to his home and family, his new role of protector against Chinese, Cubans and Russians is stretching it a bit. My lowest score for the series, yet I will persist .

  11. 4 out of 5

    Glenn Carter

    Great fiction One of the very best authors and series in the genre. Dialog is technically accurate and believable, and I actually remember the characters between the releases of the book. Recommended. My only suggestion relates to the author's page on Amazon , a chronological list of books in the series would help remind which books have already been read.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dustin C Brice

    I love this series I'm so hooked on these books, I love all of the characters and story lines. The author does a great job pulling you into the story. I also enjoy that he puts bits of info that could be useful for anyone to know if things ever did go bad. Can not wait for book 10.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vickii Bendit

    What a great read! Tears are still in my eyes, as this intrepid group loses one of their own. But as the song says, “But life goes on.” Weddings occur and hope comes in the form of food and other supplies that are fetched back for the area. Sarge gets his due, and we are left, waiting impatiently, for the next installment of this fantastic journey.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Scott Nelson

    Another great installment So glad to see new books from this series. So sad when I finish each book. The community continues to grow and face challenges. Can't wait till the next. Start from the beginning, it won't make as much sense if you don't. Well worth reading them all. Accurate and action filled.

  15. 4 out of 5

    J.F. Stephenson

    Excellent I love this series and I am learning so many things about how we did things in the past. It is a treason to see how much knowledge about medicines and conventional things we are so accustomed to having at our fingertip. So many lost knowledge that gets resurrected in desperate times. A pleasure to watch the human spirit not only to survive but to thrive.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Kelley

    I liked the additional relationship-building and the certain coupling up of some of the characters. I was disappointed again with the poor writing and grammar, especially the fact that one of the character's names was even written wrong in a few places! Now I need to finish the last one, book #10, so I can gracefully close the lid on this series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Hayden

    I love this series It is great to see some happiness in the story and it sucks to see the sad. Hope Danny comes out okay. I will be impatiently waiting for the next one to come so we can see what happens with the crew.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Deborah L. Mickinkle

    I loved this! Keep them coming. Great stuff. I never get tired reading about Morgan and his family. They have become our family. I look forward to the next one. Please keep writing.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gwendolyn Cummings

    Supper good This has to be one of my favorite series of novels with a great deal of interesting people who have keep me wanting more. Thank you for the story. I can't hardly wait for the next book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Roger Noland

    One of the best in an outstanding series. I read a lot of the post-apocalypse genre. A American is one of the very best storytellers today. I always anxiously look forward to the next installment. I hope the series never ends.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Gina Peters

    Love This Series The “HOME” series has been a joy to read. I have learned so much about preparing and surviving. The author makes you feel like you are right there working alongside everyone. I’m looking forward to the next book in this series.

  22. 5 out of 5

    My

    Laugh, cry and get angry! With each book in this series, I fall more in love with the characters. I will say I cried more in this book than I did in most of the others. I'm scared what will come next. A must READ!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ron Luycx

    The ninth in the series following Morgan and his group of loyal misfits as they work to establish life after the end of the world. This is a great book and series and full of practical tips built into a story that is an easy read.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lowell Moore

    Another good one This is the final book in this series. The story is interesting and engaging. The characters are well developed and believable. If you have an interest in dystopian novels you will like this series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    william hamilton

    I loved it The way the characters interact reminds me of my army days. The flow of the kind hearted banter is just enough to relieve the stress of the situations they find themselves in. Great book, great series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Edwards

    Good Story A continuation of the series, worth the read! Hope builds as the people overcome the challenges of living in a post-apocalyptic Florida. You won’t be sorry should you select this book to invest your time in.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Billie Diel

    I see our country! I find it quite sad that I see our country in this position. People dependent on someone else caring for them. They are unable to look at their situation and want to survive.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Harnish

    Entire series ("Survivalist Series") is "best in breed" for EMP apocalypse fiction. He does it better than most in the genre. Like that the characters are developing, and working towards recovering, rather than just looking for fights.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Carol Klier

    I’m sad! I’ve read the whole series in 12 days. I couldn’t down. My only complaint would be this book & #8 was too short. I want more. Trust me very informative and very intriguing. Buy the series, well spent money. I’m sad! I’ve read the whole series in 12 days. I couldn’t down. My only complaint would be this book & #8 was too short. I want more. Trust me very informative and very intriguing. Buy the series, well spent money.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Gar

    I seemed to really like this book. (audiobook) This series was narrated extremely well. I love this author's writing. If he were ever to take this series further, maybe jump 10 or 20 years? good set of books.

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