“Memory Boy”–For Fun and Survival Perspective

Memory Boy, by Will Weaver, is set in a bleak and believable fictionalized near future that will have you contemplating survival with fresh perspective. Two years after a massive volcano has wreaked havoc in the United States, the air is polluted with ash, crops keep failing, fuel is scarce and looting is commonplace. How well would you be prepared for such circumstances?

This is an enjoyable story featuring sixteen-year-old Miles, who cleverly constructs a man-powered vehicle from bicycles and sailboat parts to transport himself, his parents and younger sister to their cabin in the Minnesota wilderness. As they travel, they contend with hostile strangers, such as road bandits and a sheriff who has allowed his relatives to occupy their cabin. In spite of the derailment of the family’s plans, Miles formulates another plan, based on insights gained from an elderly friend he met in a nursing home.

How resourceful would you be to handle the situations Miles and his family face? Would you be more willing to use firearms for self defense? What relatives or friends, elderly or otherwise, could counsel you with regard to living through difficult times? Read Will Weaver’s Memory Boy for the fun of it and draw your own conclusions. Click on its title wherever you see it linked in this post to order your copy today.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.