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All four of the current books by John Mosby are published by, and available for purchase from

Warhammer Six Press

The Reluctant Partisan Volume One: The Guerrilla

The Reluctant Partisan Volume Two: The Underground

Forging the Hero: Who Does More Is Worth More (A Tribal Strategy for Surviving the Decline of Empire)

Guerrilla Gunfighter, Volume One: Clandestine Carry Pistol (PRE-SALE!!! Release date is 1SEP18)

 

When ordering, please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. We’re not fucking Amazon. All books are packaged and shipped out by us. I pay a local kid, the daughter of one of our people, to do this. Orders get collated on Thursdays, and shipped on Fridays. The only time this doesn’t happen is when we are on the road for training trips, in which case, they will go out with the following weeks orders.

Seriously, don’t bother emailing me because you haven’t gotten your book 24 hours after you ordered it. First of all, I don’t check my email every day. Second, I’m probably going to cuss you for your lack of reading comprehension, for not understanding the above.

Yes, the books are expensive. I know that deters from people from purchasing and reading them. You know what has NEVER happened though? I’ve NEVER had someone order the books, read them, and then ask me for a refund, because they weren’t worth the cost. There are a LOT of reviews of these books, both here on the blog, and around the blogosphere and tactical fora. Ultimately, I don’t actually care if you read them. Sure, it helps if people buy them. It’s a little extra cash to build infrastructure on our farm, and to buy nice things for my wife and kids. At the end of the day though? Meh, I’ve got a job.

Again, I don’t check my email daily. I have a day job, a wife, two kids, and a farm to take care of. When I DO check my email, I have to sort through them to prioritize who to respond to. Somebody bitching at me about a) not getting their order soon enough, or b) the price of the book, will not get a response, unless I miraculously have an empty inbox. Then, they’ll probably get a hearty fuck off.

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86 Comments
  1. $60 bucks is a heavy price to pay when all you’ve given us to go off is a nice table of contents. Either dump a couple chapters for free to tempt the purchase at full price, or drop the price to be even close to your MANY competitors…some of which are free (e.g. nearly every military field manual, many of which cover some or all of your listed contents).

    • I would drop my price close to those of my competitors, if there were any textbooks out there that were competitive. I’ll let readers who have already ordered it chime in.

    • Hey E

      Go eat a frisbee

      I don’t remember anyone asking you “hey, can you give me your OPINION on the price I’m charging or whether I wrote a good enough description”

      Why does every idiot who connects his computer to the internet suddenly think everyone in the world wants to hear their stupid opinion.

      Either buy it or don’t. Nobody cares about your opinion.

      • Sweet. Thanks for saving my fingers.

      • ken permalink

        Grid and pace count and callin fire a must if your scouts dead and land nav escape and evade must all scouts have done that a must and murphys laws says tracers go both ways oh yea after first shots fired toss the book beer math and body count gets yu more?not being rude just real scouts more trained than most with special ops rangers ect id buy one for our small towns preppin yu bet if real soldiers are not helpin prep non trained ya good as dead any fully like to see one ok ?

      • Grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary much? Seriously…what the fuck did you mean to say?

    • Hey E,

      You seem like a savvy shopper.
      Please continue shopping at Walmart for all your ‘quality’ tactical gear and pick up the latest copy of Guns and Ammo to learn the latest tactics to survive your next gun fight. Really, you’ll get every penny’s worth.

      As for me, I orchestrated a group buy for everyone on my Christmas list and LOVE THE BOOK.
      I cannot recommend it enough. My group references it all the time. Diz said it perfectly. FM’s are basic information, but nearly useless in the hands of a lay person because you have no context.

      JM puts the theory into context so that even a shlep like E can understand it, or even anyone smarter than E, in a third world country, with a primary education.

  2. Well, as I would say to my mother, when she would remind me of all those starving children in China, name three. There is no one out there other than JM with anything close to this that I know of. Trying to do this stuff from a military manual alone is like trying to take someone’s notes from class and claiming you have a MBA.

    But in the interest of, I don’t know, leading a jackass to water, let’s just say the first half of the book is the knowledge you need to get in touch with your inner Col, Kurtz. We”ll say that’s 30 bucks. Then the second half is how to teach these skills to others, complete with lesson outlines, exercises, etc. Hey, there’s the other 30 bucks. So if it makes you feel any better, pretend you’re getting two books for 60 bucks. Anyone been to college lately and see what a scam the book prices are these days?

    Anyways, all I can say is I have been studying these things for 30+ years and I have never run across anyone who breaks it down as well as JM. If you can’t get to him and train in person, then I would definitely get this book.

  3. Cav Geek permalink

    I’ve read the book, and had plans for some long and eloquent reply, but I’m no author. The book is PACKED with lots of information, and I for one have ZERO regret for having bought a copy. I will be buying volume two when it’s available. You’re free to make your own choice, but if you’re reading the blog you have an idea of John’s style and you must have some interest in the subject matter, the book really does an excellent job of tying the important information together in one place.

  4. Chris Vuxton permalink

    OK, all this talk but how do you order a copy?

  5. Troy permalink

    I bought a copy for myself, and one for an associate. I wouldn’t think twice about ordering more copies and passing them along. The price is irrelevant when you consider the content. Anyone who is complaining about the price should ask themselves if it’s more reasonable to pay for a month of idiot cable television, or eating fast food for lunch for a week. Priorities, people.

  6. Victor Castillo permalink

    I’m ordering this work in hard copy but was also interested in an electronic version. Perhaps this was covered in some previous post but if I could impose on you to provide me with information concerning an electronic version I would be grateful. Mens Supra Corpus

  7. tfA-t permalink

    E. Seriously? This man served in the Regiment AND the Group. Buy the damn book. Or sit on your hill and die.

  8. It’s great that you guys bought a copy and love it, but I echo E’s opinion. Not that JM is being unreasonable in asking $60 for something that is (allegedly) so comprehensive; but if E doesn’t know JM, it is not unreasonable to ask for a small amount of content to convince E that JM not only knows what he is talking about, but can effectively articulate it. What E requires to convince him to buy is totally up to E, and we should respect that

    @Caleb Since E was addressing JM, the question isn’t “who asked E” it’s “who asked you”. Just because you can read the conversation doesn’t mean you are part of it.

  9. The problem with that is: if you need to learn the skills in this book, then how is seeing a small portion of it really gonna help you decide if you need it or not. It comes down to a leap of faith. Either you buy it and find the info is GTG, or not. But again, if you don’t know anything about it, then how are you supposed to decide?

    The problem with you younger guys is you want some ironclad guarantee that what you’re purchasing is the perfect product with a full money-back guarantee. You’ve been brought up in the lap of luxury with very little risk in your lives. Times may be a-changin’, and this book addresses that. Buy it or not. But don’t ask everyone to respect your opinion or space or whatever. The real world just ain’t that-a-way. And I hope you fellas never have to find this out the hard way.

    The only real answer you are gonna find here is by reading through Mosby’s blog. Look at what he’s been saying. Ask any veterans you may know if it sounds about right to them. The book doesn’t contain any startling revelations different from what he’s been laying down here. But it is a good compilation, with some added material, in a convenient hard-back form.

    For those that can’t train with him, this is a good alternative. When you compare spending around 1500 bucks to attend a class, versus 60 bucks for the book, you are getting an excellent deal.

  10. Big Mike permalink

    I have bought and read most of “The Reluctant Partisian” Vol. 1. This one book is the most comprehensive coverage of these topics that I have ever read. Once finished reading, I plan to go back and study in DETAIL and practice. His methods described are excellent and I can tell that he has lived what he writes about. I have not served in the armed forces and have read many army field manuals. There is no comparison! For example, from his escape and evade portions of his book: I’ve hunted and killed hundreds of white tailed deer in a forest environment in my 30+ years of hunting. The tactics he describes are the same ones that I have used for decades to stalk deer. If you can fool a deer, people are easy. Having worked night shifts from time to time over 30 years and playing outside in the dark in the country as a youth, his night tactics are spot on. I have used the same night time tactics as his to sneek up on my playmates and pop them in the head with a dirt clod and then disappear into the darkness. From reading John’s posts on this blog, I can tell that “John” is a man of integrity. When I ordered my book, I included a little extra money to cover his gas to get to his mail drop. So, if you are stuck in the valley of indecision, climb out and buy the book and READ it. I assure you it’s worth far more than he’s asking. If what we expect to happen, actually arrives, you will be prepared. If not, you will be like most of the urban dwellers in this country, frozen by shock and unable to move. I look forward to the next book.

  11. jukk0u permalink

    John, I bought your ($90) book. I have found some useful information contained there-in, but your editing and proofing is seemingly non-existent.
    A few errors could be overlooked, but the misspellings, omitted words, wrong words (spell-check sux) sentence fragments and etc. on each page make the going laborious.
    I would be happy to read and correct your next edition before it goes to print (and still pay for my copy) should you find any value in that.

  12. John,

    Might have missed this but are your books available in PDF format? Same price?

    Thanks for what you do!

  13. Doug permalink

    Any plans for an audio book version? I do most of my “reading” while driving for work.

  14. justanothergunnut permalink

    Sure 60$-$70 would be steep IF the info was simply regurgitated from every FM freely available on the web. It isn’t!! In fact some of the material I have not seen covered any place else. But sure I guess asking for such a exorbitant fee for his knowledge is rather elitist and unpatriotic of the author. I mean it should be almost free right!!!!

  15. Loclyokel permalink

    Hey John, I remember a post a while back stating that folks that didn’t want to order thru FO could still get them thru you but I cant find it now. Is that still an option? and what are the details; $ and drop location/address

  16. Tim permalink

    Thanks John, although I spent 4 years as a Forward Observer under Reagan, the World is changing fast, my soldiering skills needed an update, especially when you consider our own National challenges, Thanks again, really appreciate your years in tough Service of our Country!.

  17. Roger permalink

    The only other book I would pay this much for is Volume 2. I think both are indispensable and I am tighter than a size 5 shoe.

  18. Mark permalink

    Tried to order your book but it isn’t listed at the Forward Observer Store. Suggestion…

  19. What is the usual processing time for shipment? I placed my order on March 12 and got the acknowledgement from F.O. same day. Since then, nothing. Tried the F.O. contact page and the two email addresses listed here, no luck.

  20. Thanks John—it arrived a few days ago. I got about ten pages in and placed my order for the 2nd part.
    Anyone out there who is considering buying the book(s)—stop considering and starting ordering. Worth every penny.

  21. patrick robison permalink

    If you want a couple chapters then maybe do a little fucking research and …I don’t know…maybe read the thousands of FREE fucking pages JM has written on this wordpress page…what the fuck are you doing here? besides being an asshole? Thank you John for all the FREE information and all the FREE training you can get right here without spending a goddamn dime…The book price seems ridiculously low compared to what I’ve learned for FREE. Fuck that guy.

  22. Royal permalink

    Any chance of making a ‘download only’ option for your books? It seems that FO mag doesn’t ship to the Great White North.

    Great website. Thanks for your work.

  23. Mike M. permalink

    Just tried ordering five different books from F,O. The shopping cart only showed the last item I ordered, not all five. I’ve sent an e-mail to them since I could not find a “Continue Shopping” link. I cannot think of another site that I’ve used in the past ten years that only allows for one (different title) item in the shopping cart. I have found and ordered a number of the books on the ‘Professional Reading’ list, so they will have to do till F.O. can get this resolved.

  24. I just ordered the book solely based on the quality of the writing and information I found on this site. I figure if I took the time to go back and read every single post then his book is likely well worth it.

  25. justin permalink

    Got the book a year ago, fantastic reference and instruction manual. Solid. I mean for fucks sake Mosby puts two of his classes entire curriculum training, standards, and how too in the book. You want that for free? You pay for what you get.

  26. Mike permalink

    Hey E, I normally refrain from commenting on posts from people whom I don’t know. And I dismiss the fanboy reflexive genuflecting I see on various combative themed websites, but if you are a regular reader of JM’s website, you must be here for a reason, you must be seeing some value in spending your time here. Go try reading a Field Manual and try to put that knowledge into practice. They are free. I have tried to slog through that stuff, and even with a military trained mind, it just comes out mush. 60 bucks is a monthly cable subscription. Cut the fucking cable and buy the fucking book, you will come out way ahead in the end.

    People feeling entitled to getting shit for free is no small part of why we are where we are at.

  27. cool book i hope i can read it one day

  28. I’ll be ordering the book as a Christmas present to myself. As to price, the same cheap pricks who piss away money on Dunkin Donuts breakfast and cigarettes every morning are the ones whining about the book being too costly. Stop going to the drive-thru for a week and you’ll own the book for nothing. Worst case scenario, re-sell it on ebay if you don’t like it … but don’t come on here and expect something for free while begrudging an author for making a fair and reasonable profit on something he created. You want free, write a book on your own, then learn to read and read it.

  29. Charlie permalink

    I’ve got a question about your survival load on pc 300 paragraph 4. You say to stay away from the TK4 and quickly compress gauze but then two paragraphs later you say that the tk4 and qc gauze is what you need. Am I missing something?

    By the way, I’m getting a lot out of the book. My time in the Army taught me a lot but Signal Corp don’t teach this kind of stuff. Hopefully I can get out to one of your courses.

    Thanks!

  30. James Compliment permalink

    John,

    I am on a pretty tight budget so I have to piecemeal my library. You are a source of inspiration and an excellent writer. I am getting ready to purchase your books but it will take a few months to get them all. Which book do you think will have the most immediate impact?

  31. Diz permalink

    Just as an update, I recently ordered TRP II, and FTH from FO. I ordered Sunday night and it was shipped Tuesday. That’s basically next day shipping. And it’s free shipping inside CONUS. I know there have been some issues with getting these books before, but I think it’s been squared away.

  32. Diz permalink

    OK, just finished reading TRP II, and FTH. All I can say is if you don’t get all three of these books, read and heed them, you are probably fucking up big time. If you are interested in how to survive and thrive in the coming years, in a nation in the state of decline, these books are by far the best source material out there.

    TRP I is basically a manual for those in a rural situation. It covers those aspects of unconventional warfare, as it relates to the partisan out in the boondocks. This is probably the most over-hyped aspect of the survival/prepper world, but if it truly fits your terrain and situation, this is the real deal for defending your retreat. It is basically a ranger manual, with explanations for all those things that are taken for granted, if you weren’t a grunt, and leaves out all the rpt formats/calls for fire, comms, crew-served wpns, etc. that you probably won’t need.

    TRP II is the actually the best manual for probably 90% of the people out there. It basically covers “surviving in place” or operating in a urban or suburban environment. This is probably the most under-served segment of the community, making this manual pretty much indispensable. If you are like the vast majority of us living in a suburban area, with no real chance of moving out any time soon, this manual will give you the T,T,P’s that apply to an urban environment, that you can realistically use, versus all the other stuff out there, which frankly is mostly fantasy bullshit.

    FTH is the explanation behind the Mosby school of thought. It ties everything together, into a coherent package of why he believes in what he does, and what the historical references are to back it up. In his case, he uses a northern European model, but I think you could probably plug it into any tribal model you care to mention, based on your background and preferences. This book will probably be a real game-changer for most folks. It will really challenge a lot of your beliefs in who you are, your family, and your friends. It will make you ask yourself who your allegiance should really be to. If you are totally honest with yourself, and can see what is really going on around you, and what you need to be doing to survive it, this will be the most important book you will ever read.

    I really had to think hard on what I read before being able to decide if Mosby is the most influential prophet of our times, or bat-shit crazy. Me thinks the former.

    • Thank-you so much for the concise, informative overview. I’m working on ordering Part II & Forging the Hero, just have to wait on “3D CartSell” to be able process my request (I guess).

  33. Mike permalink

    ok how do I buy it?!?!

  34. Uncle Gunnysack permalink

    I disagree. It’s pretty reasonable price in comparison to other books in this area like A Failure of Civility. Its actually a tell on your true priorities. I’m very frugal but this is an excellent value for the knowledge. OTOH, it wont be on my bookshelf in the livingroom, none of the interesting books ever are!

  35. The FO buy link is not working. Not finding alternate sources – any updated purchase linkn or source? Thanks.

  36. Also looking to purchase your books. FO store doesn’t list any of them…?
    Thanks

  37. John Doe. permalink

    I may look at it when someone posts it online for free.

    • Oh, look! A douchebag!

    • Matt permalink

      Doe,

      You get the quality that you pay for. These are great books. If you think that betting your future on free crap from the internet is a good idea, good luck with that. Having read these books, several times each, I’d say they are cheap. Your choice.

      Matt

  38. $60 is a lot, but I’m super picky with books, so price isn’t really a hang up. I get paid again in a couple weeks. I’ll order TRP1 then.

  39. I am in the curious position where I won (for free) a copy of Forging the Hero in hard copy. It was a fascinating read, and about 3/4 was solid information. I would pay about $20 for it. Truthfully it’s entertainment. As are amateur radio, gardening or gunsmithing books. Sure, there could/will be a scenario where these skills allow me to survive, but in early 2018 as I write this, all of the above come out of my “hobby” budget.

    Back to the book. There weren’t any secrets, but a good deal of research backs up the conclusions (as it should). It’s really a comprehensive explanation and perspective. You can inexpensively read/listen to material by Jack Donovan and others and arrive at a similar perspective on “modern tribalism” (if that’s a term).

    I’d recommend it to a friend, but at a time when nearly any published work from human history is available on Kindle for < $20, there is some sticker shock. You'd think it was a university text book on communist gender studies given the price tag.

    Thanks for the writing the book, and if you are badly offended by my opinions, then best of luck during the "post-industrial" era.

  40. Kathy Mulder permalink

    How much are all 3 books $60, where do I send payment? Thank you. I read your
    lines above know your busy, been praying for a safe pocket to live do you have a ideal area outside CA? And, where do I send payment for the 3 books?

  41. Kim R. permalink

    Pastor Joe Fox HIGHLY recommended these books and that’s good enough for me! The books are not costly when you consider all the information that’s in them. I’m thrilled to be buying all 3 and appreciate the author for even taking the time to give us this information. These are things I worry greatly about and I anxiously await getting my 3 books. And I am a woman!!! So to those complainers out there, shut up or man up!!! Thank you to Mr. Mosby for writing these wonderful books! God bless him.

  42. Brian anderson permalink

    I would like to order the reluctant partisan vol 1 & 2. Let me know how

  43. Gaylon N Taylor II "Hondo" permalink

    Look I’m retired military 25yrs. Served both in 75th Ranger Rgt. And with SF group. A former team member sent me vol 1 to read. John Mosby has done a great fucking job! He dumbs shit down for the people who have never served! I will be buying Vol 2 even former Team members need a refresher. It’s worth every penny! Another words if you don’t think your family is worth paying $60 for then don’t buy the fucking book!!! Great Job John!

  44. Tom permalink

    Upon reading the blog, I just purchased all three.
    I’ve been watching Pastor Joe Fox at vikingpreparedness, his unbiased endorsement coupled with John’s straightforward and from the heart no nonsense, in your face, take it or leave it approach to offer us this information sold me.

    I’ve been prepping for many years and I’m in my early 50s. I’ve got a lot of it right and I’ve also got a lot of it wrong. More wrong than right.
    I appreciate the information that I’ve seen so far and I look forward to the invaluable teaching the I’m about to receive from his books.

    It forced me to take a long hard look at not only how I was doing things but more importantly my mindset on accomplishing and prioritizing as well as long term thought processes that I’ve never considered.

    I see that I need to reevaluate my thought process on everything I’ve been doing to bring it all in concert with each other.

    Thank you sir for taking the time to make this information available to us that can appreciate it for what it is.
    I am looking forward to receiving your books. I’m confident that I will find them invaluable and life-changing.

    Regards,
    Tom

  45. Tom permalink

    BTW,
    Just a quick brief background. I’m a professional hunting guide and game caller. I was raised in the outdoors my entire life. I’ve spent more time in the woods than I have at home. I’ve been also been blessed to be happily married for many many years to a Master Gardener. I swear she can grow corn out of a rock.
    A strong woman with a will of steel and works as hard as most men I know, if not harder.

    Being self-sufficient, living off the land, building shelters, winter as well as summer long term camping and actively practicing bushcraft has been a love and a passion.

    It’s who and what I am. But and this is a big BUT, I thought I knew it all, well not all, but enough to be dangerous. LOL
    I can’t emphasize enough my lacking in seeing things through the perspective of this man. My so-called plan would have probably more than likely got me killed as well as those that I love if things were to go bad.
    When you get my age you start to think nothing really can change your ways, as the old saying goes.
    The wise man always keeps his ears open and his mouth shut when somebody that obviously knows a hell of a lot more than he does speaks.

    That’s why I purchased your textbooks.
    My point is, even with someone with my extensive background in survival and bushcraft didn’t really know Jack when it came to the mindset required to apply your skills short-term and long-term. I’m not easily impressed, but I must say I am tonight.
    This post is for those younger guys out there that think they have everything dicked.
    All figured out.
    I was indestructible once, when I was 25. Once you hit 50 you start to realize your mortality and also to appreciate good advice and Common Sense because everything you were told when you were younger is now coming true and or making sense.
    Just a friendly heads up. No One Ever Knows everything no matter how old you are.
    There’s always room for improvement and new insight.
    If you’re smart, it’s better to learn this when you’re young, life will be a lot easier when you get old-er.
    There’s two rules I live by:
    If something doesn’t feel right in your heart it probably isn’t.
    And, never give up. There’s always one more thing you can do.
    If things go the way I think they’re going to, God help us, we are going to need all the knowledge and experience we can get.

    Regards,
    Tom

  46. Adam Tarwater permalink

    Hey I’m just curious how long your books are usually back ordered? I have ordered vol.1-2 recently and was just wondering when to keep an eye out for them. If you have time shoot me a line. I understand if you can’t get to this email as I did read the paragraphs above. Thanks for your time.

    • Matt permalink

      Whatever the wait may be, buy it! Short of an enlistment, you will not learn this information.

  47. Pastor Joe Fox sent me here. Funny to see people complain about info that might save their lives that costs a fraction of a sports event. Shut up, slap in a dip, learn and survive. Bo Erbil, Iraq

  48. Layne Shore permalink

    Any sign of these books coming into stock?

    • They are in stock, we’re just backed up on processing orders. It’s a one-man show. I’ve got a wife, two kids, a farm, and a day job. Blog and books are side business, at best. Sorry for the inconvenience.

      • H. Hexberg permalink

        What is the cost of the book in it’s entirety?

  49. Frank permalink

    I sent an order in 3 weeks ago you said it shipped haven’t seen it could you perhaps take a look and see what’s going on

    • Haydavis permalink

      My reading comprehension sucks. I just read the above note on ordering. Give me a good cussing. Thx 🙂

  50. John kimble permalink

    I would like information on ordering forging the hero. I’d like to order the book saw the review from viking preparedness ! Thank you John Kimble

  51. Grumpy Poet permalink

    Received my copy of Forging the Hero.
    Good stuff. Thought provokingand well delivered. I’ve paid 4x more for 20x less useful textbooks.
    You won’t be disappointed. Whether you agree with the material presented or not, it is sure to leave you thinking…”What now?”

  52. Mac McIntosh permalink

    John, I bought “The Reluctant Partisan” some years back and I then commented that the print for my old eyes was way too small. The books that Joe Fox held up were much larger than the 51/2″ X 81/2″ I originally receoved and I’m hoping the print is larger as well. Please confirm, because if it is larger I’ll be purchasing every book on your site. If you would, please specify the Font and size.
    Thanks, Sgian Dubh.

    • Yes. Since the initial print run, they have been enlarged to 8.5×11. Apparently a lot of people had trouble reading the original pocket-sized edition.

  53. I have a LOT of disposable income, so getting the book at this price is like getting a cup of coffee. That said, it is a fine, fine cup of joe. The books info cannot be compared to any field manual; it is not only in a different league, it is a whole other sport.

  54. Patrick J Sullivan permalink

    I tried to order the two books about a month ago. After hitting submit, nothing happened. I hit submit a couple more times. Nothing happened that I was aware of. I sent a message asking to cancel my order. You responded. You said that you would check it out and get back to me or at least ship the one order and cancel out the other taps. Still have not received the books or any news.
    Please let me know one way or the other.
    Thank you
    Patrick Sullivan

  55. I came here to figure out how much longer I have to wait for my copy of FTH. After reading some of these comments, I’m immediately going to buy TRP 1 & 2, and while I would love to have them before I take my family to D.C., I’m more invested in John being a good dad, husband, farmer, and writer.
    Thank you for helping me improve my situation.

  56. Emyers permalink

    Do you ship to APO addresses?

  57. Chris frank permalink

    Want to buy your books need more info.

  58. North Georgia Viking permalink

    I bought 3 of his books for $150. Forging the Hero, Reluctant Partisan I, Reluctant Partisan II. No regurts. If you’re asking yourself whether you should spend the money or not, you already know the answer. You just don’t trust yourself. And if you don’t trust yourself, how are you going to trust what John says anyway. Faith without works is dead. Take the leap. Jump or go home.

    FYI: If you want more info go to Viking Preparedness on YouTube and search the book titles with the search function and/or visit this links:

    Forging the Hero –> https://youtu.be/fj3Q8M16s-I

    Reluctant Partisan I & II –> https://youtu.be/J_5TJoGZ54w

  59. Hi I bought two of your books and only received one. The website said both were in stock. I’ve sent a couple of emails to find out if there was a problem but haven’t got a response. Any idea how I can get ahold of someone?

  60. Chris Vuxton permalink

    I have been reading your posts for a while now and I still have the same grip. How the he’ll do I order your books. You have links to your “book site” but WTF. where is the order form? One more chance to find out how to order. If not, unsubscribe me. I want to read your books, not tons of comments that have little to do with content.

  61. Chris Vuxton permalink

    Looks like I’ve made this comment before but…no response. So, please unsubscribe me from your emails.

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