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299 Days: The Collapse (Book Two) - book discussion [SPOILER ALERT]

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Heavy G:

--- Quote from: backwoods_engineer on October 16, 2012, 11:53:16 AM ---
Alan, didn't you just love that ending, with the sound of Lisa's SUV crunching the gravel, coming up the road to Pierce Point?  That is just pure joy and elation, right there, distilled down into a sentence.  Good work, G!


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Thanks, backwoods. You know where I got that idea?  From a Lucinda Williams song called "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road" (hence the name of that chapter).  Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxpPL_aY190&playnext=1&list=PL643BE74E92944F03&feature=results_main

This song started playing on my iPod as I was staring at the road in front of the cabin and thinking about what I'd do if my wife didn't come there when SHTF.

This song is in the soundtrack for the book.  http://299days.com/soundtrack/

backwoods_engineer:
Heavy G, I really appreciate the book's soundtrack.  I hope when 299 Days is filmed, your soundtrack is incorporated.  I'd never heard of Ganstagrass before, but I've got "Long Hard Times to Come" now :-)

Smurf Hunter:

--- Quote from: Heavy G on October 16, 2012, 08:39:06 PM ---Thanks, backwoods. You know where I got that idea?  From a Lucinda Williams song called "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road" (hence the name of that chapter).  Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxpPL_aY190&playnext=1&list=PL643BE74E92944F03&feature=results_main

This song started playing on my iPod as I was staring at the road in front of the cabin and thinking about what I'd do if my wife didn't come there when SHTF.

This song is in the soundtrack for the book.  http://299days.com/soundtrack/

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Because this forum is awesome and has improved my life for the better, I spent 10 minutes and made a playlist on grooveshark:

http://grooveshark.com/playlist/299+Days+Soundtrack/78442499

There were a few missing tracks I couldn't find - but collaboration is enabled if anyone wants to fill in the few missing tracks.
It was semi-automated (computer geek here), so there may be mistakes.  Again, feel free to make corrections.

Heavy G:
Awesome, smurfhunter.  It's weird to see all those songs that really influenced me there on a soundtrack.

Hootie:
after reading this book, did anyone else get a slight case of "prepper panic"?

It honestly me made me double check my efforts on prepping.

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