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The Pandemic Preparedness Guide book

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    Posted: December 31 2016 at 7:14pm
If any of you have read The Pandemic Preparedness Guide book, would you consider leaving a review of it on (or whatever book site or book store you purchased it from)? While the book has had great reviews, some reviews lower than 5 were upset with amazon or their kindle. Thank you. Listed below are some of the comments left for it.

Also, if you've read the book, I'd be interested in hearing your comments or answering any questions you may have about it.


As a professor at medical school, and author of three prepper medical books, I found the medical information presented in this work to be remarkably accurate. That's quite a feat for someone who hasn't been indoctrinated into the rigid confines of medicine. But that shouldn't have surprised me, because the author writes very, very well.

Much of his book addresses the potential consequences of global diseases, and how one might reconcile difficult choices that must be made during disasters... from a Christian point of view. Another large portion deals with a subject on many people's minds these days. Namely, what does it mean to be a Patriot in America today, when the people of this great nation no longer trust their government, and find conspiracy in every direction they look. And that's why I really enjoyed this book. Maybe I didn't agree with everything, but I certainly respected his well written arguments and points of view.
All-in-all... WELL DONE!

5.0 out of 5 stars

fairly easy to read and although I am not completely finished reading it fits with the stuff I learned in nursing school many years ago

This book has a lot of great advice for dealing with the next pandemic. Also, it's easy to understand - you don't have to be an epidemiologist.

5.0 out of 5 stars - Very in-depth look at the history of pandemics

I'm not even half way through and I already feel way more informed about pandemics. The media is full of half -truths and hysteria. Research yourself, read, get informed and get prepared.

5.0 out of 5 stars

Great book. Lots of useful details without the scary things you are normally fed up out there

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