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More Repetition, Sorry

Hi, guys:

Another spaced repetition e-mail. It’s like I said on Radio Free Northwest #28: I keep getting the same questions over and over again, and each person who asks is convinced that it’s original with him and he is the first ever to ask.

Mr. Covington,

I have bought The Brigade, A Distant Thunder, The Hill of the Ravens, and A Mighty Fortress on Amazon and was wondering in what order they should be read to get the correct timeline for the story of the Northwest Republic?

Thank you for your help.

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There are two ways you can read the Northwest independence novels. The first is the order in which they were written, which is:

The Hill of the Ravens

A Distant Thunder

A Mighty Fortress

The Brigade

The second way you can read them is in what might be called “mythos order,” which is almost the exact opposite:

The Brigade

A Distant Thunder

A Mighty Fortress

The Hill of the Ravens


For a new reader I recommend the second way, although it does mean you have to tackle the longest and thickest novel first.

Also, a reader comment:

The respondent is asking for the timeline, which would be The Brigade, start to finish of revolution, AMF, more detailed last few months of revolution, THOR, set almost 40 years after the revolution, and ADT, 70 years after the revolution, no?

Yeah yeah, I know, I’m quibbling again,

Mikey

-HAC

3 Comments


  1. Alesia Bischoff
    Aug 06, 2010

    The important thing is to READ them. Like HAC says (and this includes the radio free broadcasts), we’ve heard the same politically correct garbage for so many years it will take some time and repeitition for us to realize that there IS another way out there and the end results is freedom and a future for white children!


  2. Dread_Lord
    Aug 06, 2010

    Put the information about what order they should be read in on the Amazon Page. That might help a little.


  3. Steve
    Aug 06, 2010

    The Brigade, being HAC’s best work, is the one to get people hooked, IMO..so read them the second way if possible. HAC handed me a copy of The Brigade in person and I very much enjoyed it and subsequently bought the rest of the Quartet. I wish HAC had a way to take a 90 day vacation in some beach shack or mountain cabin where he could take a break from the NWF, find his muse and do that 5th novel he’s been teasing us with. Anyone have such a place they could offer up? A bonus would be that we could forever tease him about “hiding from JOG, somewhere out in the sticks”

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