Pls Share your favorite kindle unlimited books

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Pls Share your favorite kindle unlimited books

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Here are mine:
Make Your Mark: The Creative's Guide to Building a Business with Impact
Developing Your Assertiveness Skills and Confidence in Your Commun
Maximize Your Potential: Grow Your Expertise, Take Bold Risks & Build an...
Potty Training in 3 Days: The Step-by-Step Plan for a Clean Break from Dirty...
The 30-Day Productivity Plan: Break The 30 Bad Habits That Are Sabotaging Your Time Management - One Day At A Time! (The 30-Day Productivity Boost Book 1)
The Child Whisperer: The Ultimate Handbook for Raising Happy, Successful, Cooperative Children
Exposing Financial Abuse: When Money is a Weapon
Effortless Journaling: How to Start a Journal, Make It a Habit, and Find...
The Simple Path to Wealth: Your road map to financial independence and a rich
Variable Annuity Pros & Cons (Financial Freedom for Smart People Book 2)by Todd R. Tresidder (author)

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Re: Pls Share your favorite kindle unlimited books

Post by dual »

For some reason I have been reading a lot of SHTF books recently :shock: and there are a lot of them on KUnlimited.

Here are some good ones:
THE JAKARTA PANDEMIC by Steven Konkoly. Imagines an ex-military drug company rep and his family going through a flu pandemic in Maine. it rapidly devolves into shootouts and major mayhem but has useful vignettes like the idiocy of people choosing to let their kids get together for playtimes. Other books in the series follow up with the after-effects of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) from a high altitude Chinese nuclear weapon attack on the US and a possible meteor strike coming from the direction of the Perseids.

The Deep Winter series by Thomas Sherry follows a plucky band consisting of the hero, his family, and some neighbors in the aftermath of major eruptions from the ring of fire volcanoes in western Washington and Oregon that trigger a massive earthquake. This is followed by a series of calamities including the ash fall from the eruptions, a nuclear attack, and a flu pandemic. All great fun :wink:

L.A. Dark and the Jeremy's Run series by GF Gustav. These are post EMP adventures of some LA hipsters. While there is a lot of action and shootouts there is also a lot of philosophy and ethics. The author is an engineer who minored in theology.
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