Currently on book 7 of 299 days on audio book when I have to drive for work. Pretty good read, gets a little long winded at times. The illustrated encyclopedia of country living is my reading material when I can actually sit down to read words in print.
While I've read all the Hunger Games books, and re-read the first one, I think it might be time to move on to something else.
As I am just beginning to get into prepping, I am getting a broad peak of the whole sphere of genre related to it.
So I might delve into studying the New World Order, mostly with Gary Kah. His book, En Route To Global Occupation, woke me up to the prepping with his expose on the coming New World Order, and it made me begin to wonder about the coming years (which led me, in short, to this forum).
So I think I will read another one of Kah's books in the days ahead. Probably this one:
I've just finished reading for the second time "The Raggedy Edge" and its sequel, "Crossroad of Shadows" by Michael S. Turnlund. Story of a family struggling to survive in a community after a nationwide electrical blackout.
Also starting to read "Eat Real Food" by David Gillespie. Quite scary if you believe all he tells you about sugar and fructose which is in most of our processed food.