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School's getting out for the summer, and Zach has finally worked up the courage to ask Katelyn to walk home with him—only to find the Feds parked in his driveway again. His unemployed accountant father is an outspoken critic of the recent default on the crushing national debt, which brings on most of their problems with the law. But his mother is the real complication when School's getting out for the summer, and Zach has finally worked up the courage to ask Katelyn to walk home with him—only to find the Feds parked in his driveway again. His unemployed accountant father is an outspoken critic of the recent default on the crushing national debt, which brings on most of their problems with the law. But his mother is the real complication when it comes to bringing potential girlfriends over to the house. She’s a fanatical prepper. Though Zach can’t see the imminent danger, his parents whisk his family away to the Great Smoky Mountains in case the entire country crumbles into martial law. When the drones circle like buzzards and the bombs start falling, someone has to be the resistance....


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School's getting out for the summer, and Zach has finally worked up the courage to ask Katelyn to walk home with him—only to find the Feds parked in his driveway again. His unemployed accountant father is an outspoken critic of the recent default on the crushing national debt, which brings on most of their problems with the law. But his mother is the real complication when School's getting out for the summer, and Zach has finally worked up the courage to ask Katelyn to walk home with him—only to find the Feds parked in his driveway again. His unemployed accountant father is an outspoken critic of the recent default on the crushing national debt, which brings on most of their problems with the law. But his mother is the real complication when it comes to bringing potential girlfriends over to the house. She’s a fanatical prepper. Though Zach can’t see the imminent danger, his parents whisk his family away to the Great Smoky Mountains in case the entire country crumbles into martial law. When the drones circle like buzzards and the bombs start falling, someone has to be the resistance....

30 review for Prepper Mountain

  1. 5 out of 5

    Pam Shelton-Anderson

    I was interested in this book, because in the current ocean of EMP based literature in this genre, this was about the break down of democracy and society. I might have missed that this was young adult fiction, but the raging hormones of Zach, the first person character was overwhelming. It was constant when he missed his girlfriend and then went nuclear when they met again. It nearly submerged the plot about threat of the breakdown of society and potential loss of freedom and life. I liked that I was interested in this book, because in the current ocean of EMP based literature in this genre, this was about the break down of democracy and society. I might have missed that this was young adult fiction, but the raging hormones of Zach, the first person character was overwhelming. It was constant when he missed his girlfriend and then went nuclear when they met again. It nearly submerged the plot about threat of the breakdown of society and potential loss of freedom and life. I liked that the Mom was the primary engine for prepping and acting, but then it was clear she was not all that good at it. The plan to bug out was hastily thrown together and executed poorly (the image I had of their overly stuffed vehicle was the truck from the Beverly Hillbillies). The parents did nothing to educate or prepare their kids so that they could pack and behave appropriately. This kids argued and complained constantly. Absolutely none of these people had a quiet voice when trying to evade the bad guys. I guess prepping a long time does not mean prepping well (please watch some Creek Stewart or something, lady). The bad government guys, trying to be mean and scary, were content to just ransack the house unannounced and take the Dad's computer and then park a black vehicle to watch them...ominously. Maybe they just need time to learn how to be properly oppressive. I felt like the author's writing style was pretty good and there were not a lot of editing errors, but the characters really let the story down. I'm kind of interested in what follows, but I don't think I can take more of Zach.

  2. 5 out of 5

    denise hodges

    Hopefully not too Accurate Very well written with no noticeable editing problems. In any emergency, communication is the key to a successful conclusion. I could almost taste the frustration Zach would have . As far as the term "Prepper" I try to avoid that in my own affairs. It seems to evoke a picture of a wild-eyed, gun waving paranoid character. I prefer the phrase " taking prudent precautions". In all honesty I hope events never reach the point where we tell others "I told you so" This is jus Hopefully not too Accurate Very well written with no noticeable editing problems. In any emergency, communication is the key to a successful conclusion. I could almost taste the frustration Zach would have . As far as the term "Prepper" I try to avoid that in my own affairs. It seems to evoke a picture of a wild-eyed, gun waving paranoid character. I prefer the phrase " taking prudent precautions". In all honesty I hope events never reach the point where we tell others "I told you so" This is just a Story right? RIGHT? Great story by the way Bill Hodges

  3. 5 out of 5

    Benita M. Williams

    well has potential If one can get past the book's take on a teenager's outlook on the end of society as we know it. (And get through the adolescent love 'umm' affair. ) Then you get to the meaty part of the story that just really starts as this book ends. I am looking forward to finding out what comes next in Zach's new way of life as a gorilla fighter. So this book is entertaining and worth the time it took to read. Enjoy. well has potential If one can get past the book's take on a teenager's outlook on the end of society as we know it. (And get through the adolescent love 'umm' affair. ) Then you get to the meaty part of the story that just really starts as this book ends. I am looking forward to finding out what comes next in Zach's new way of life as a gorilla fighter. So this book is entertaining and worth the time it took to read. Enjoy.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Young adult book Sort of took me by surprise that the story is told from the point of view of a 16 year old boy. He’s kept in the dark about the plans and so is the reader. Somehow I was able to finish it. Most of the story involves traveling from town to camp then through the woods then another camp then back to town then back to camp. Every detail of every minute is described in detail. Ho hum.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Karen Curnow

    It Might Happen How sure are we ever that our lives won't suddenly throw us a curve ball? How prepared are we for any sort of change that will make us forgo all we have just to survive? As a family, lives became more important to these characters in their struggle to find the best place to defend their morals, their beliefs and principles! A new war has begun and now they become united in resistance. It Might Happen How sure are we ever that our lives won't suddenly throw us a curve ball? How prepared are we for any sort of change that will make us forgo all we have just to survive? As a family, lives became more important to these characters in their struggle to find the best place to defend their morals, their beliefs and principles! A new war has begun and now they become united in resistance.

  6. 4 out of 5

    A Steven Bouchard

    A new favorite author Great story! This is great with good jokes, real personality and enjoyable from start to finish, throughout! Not just a reader but a really good story and the author does a great job letting the reader get to know the characters. It is fast paced but also difficult to put down! I just bought the 2nd book! So, enjoy while I start reading the second book!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lori Davis

    New point of view This book is an invigorating twist on the child hero books. I'm especially intrigued with the story told as a coming of age tale, with events happening to the hero. Watching him begin to mature and accept the role history has called him to is poignant and moving. All told in the no frills, simplistic style of the prepper\dystopian ganre New point of view This book is an invigorating twist on the child hero books. I'm especially intrigued with the story told as a coming of age tale, with events happening to the hero. Watching him begin to mature and accept the role history has called him to is poignant and moving. All told in the no frills, simplistic style of the prepper\dystopian ganre

  8. 5 out of 5

    Don Hiatt

    Page turner, awesome story! This book rocked! I’m not the fastest of readers and generally take my time with a book, but this book was so action packed and entertaining that I finished it in a single weekend. I rarely review anything either but this book really deserves attention. Excellent story, great characters, very well written, thanks!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ian Denner

    Average I’m not currently having a lot of luck with my purchases from Amazon. The books sound good, but once I start reading it quickly becomes apparent that the stories are really average, hence the few stars. This story was no exception.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Shirley

    Great start for this series I would recommend this one to others to read. I like that its a family trying to survive, that's lots more ideal than a lot of other survivor books. I enjoyed this first one and look forward to going forward with this group. Caves are a great idea! Great start for this series I would recommend this one to others to read. I like that its a family trying to survive, that's lots more ideal than a lot of other survivor books. I enjoyed this first one and look forward to going forward with this group. Caves are a great idea!

  11. 5 out of 5

    BJ

    Good story A thoroughly enjoyable read. It makes the readers realize that sometimes parents do know best. Looking forward to reading the next installment. I have the feeling that it may be even better than this one.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tonya Love

    Not too Shabby!! Actually, this book is quite good. It rolls along at a rather fast pace and it's one exciting scene after another from start to finish. I hope the sequel comes out soon. I enjoyed this story and characters immensely and I think most anyone would. Not too Shabby!! Actually, this book is quite good. It rolls along at a rather fast pace and it's one exciting scene after another from start to finish. I hope the sequel comes out soon. I enjoyed this story and characters immensely and I think most anyone would.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Walter Lee

    Too fantastic I liked the plot line. However the kid is always in charge. It’s totally unrealistic and therefore became boring. Basically you’ve got a high school sophomore living with his dream girl (of one week) making the rules that his parents are happy to follow.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cleo A. Hanson

    Realistic revolution against our government I thoroughly enjoyed reading about a rebellion against a government controlled society. It is frighteningly realistic. Could be tomorrow 's headlines. Realistic revolution against our government I thoroughly enjoyed reading about a rebellion against a government controlled society. It is frighteningly realistic. Could be tomorrow 's headlines.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Gerri

    4 stars Pretty quick reading with good prep information. Lots of action and an interesting plot. Lots of well written dialogue. Good book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bernie

    Prepper Mountain review Prepper Mountain is the first fast paced post apocalyptic survival book in The Bushwhackers series written by author Chris Bostic.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Steve Hudson

    Great reading! Enjoy! This book is a great read. While it starts of a bit slowly, it picks up the pace quickly. You can follow the characters as the realize what is happening with the world, while they grow up quickly, and you can empathize with their plight (especially if you have siblings). On to book 2 now! Enjoy!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Susan Mcneely

    Very griping story with excellent character development. This is a series where you'll want to read all of the books! Very griping story with excellent character development. This is a series where you'll want to read all of the books!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lou Perry

    Good book Would recommend this for reading. Interesting place and people. Looking forward to the next book in this series. Thank you

  20. 5 out of 5

    Peggy Pancherz

    Good book Read all of the books in order to really enjoy. Storyline continues to grow and develop. Characters are realistic and get better and better.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Norma Mathew

    Great Adventure Read this book in two days could not put it down great read. Can't wait for part two. Great adventure. Great Adventure Read this book in two days could not put it down great read. Can't wait for part two. Great adventure.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sterling's Fire HD 8

    Interesting! Very good book. Not a lot of twist and turns. Different plot for this type of book. Hold your attention.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Wancket Enterprises

    Exciting Lots of action and scary at times. Good people fighting against tyranny and loss of freedom.. Hope this never happens but it might!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Linda D

    Good Read I enjoy reading different aspects of how our world could fall apart and the people that plan and strive to survive. Thank you!

  25. 5 out of 5

    sharon soldato-boutillette

    Gets bogged down Story is to involved with a young man's fancies, it's bogged down on his day dreaming. Leading a revolt should include all. Gets bogged down Story is to involved with a young man's fancies, it's bogged down on his day dreaming. Leading a revolt should include all.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brian Alderman

    Well written and a good story Easy read, good story with interesting characters. Looking forward to the next one. Interesting perspective to the author's narration. Would reccomend Well written and a good story Easy read, good story with interesting characters. Looking forward to the next one. Interesting perspective to the author's narration. Would reccomend

  27. 5 out of 5

    Angi O'Daniel

    Great read! This book was great! I really enjoyed the point of view it is written from. Looking forward to the next in the serie. .

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Seiley

    Good story This is a good story about the end of the world as we know it. It is a young adult tale. There seems to be a lot of details.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Craig D Orzel, Sr

    Outstanding If you like seeing a different view of SHTF, this book is definitely a good read. I'm looking forward to reading more from this author. Outstanding If you like seeing a different view of SHTF, this book is definitely a good read. I'm looking forward to reading more from this author.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    Outstanding Outlaws Great launch of a unique YA viewpoint on an Apocalypse. Realistic without being profane or with graphic violence. I found myself reminded of the beauty of the great Smokey Mountains, and caring for these truly American country characters.

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