Pirates of Savannah is written in a very refreshing style, which brings the 1700s to life. The fiction is woven through with the factual seamlessly. There is so much packed into this: certainly more than the title implies. This doesn't just look at life in Savannah, but covers life across the globe. Everyday people are brought to life in this tale, crafted with subtlety by Tarrin. I definitely recommend reading it! The audio version is a pleasure to listen to, as Tarrin has a very pleasant reading voice.
"How to Make a Living Outside the System" is an excellent introduction to the ideas of agorism, liberty, and voluntaryist society. Tarrin has achieved a good balance of knowledge and know-how, whilst still allowing the reader to come to their own conclusions. Rather than simply being a list of "what to do", Tarrin has given an overview of what is involved in being successful outside of the system in such a way that the everyday person can absorb the information and start making changes to the way they run their business. Highly recommended reading.
Some excellent ideas, and very easy to follow. I like that Tarrin isn't looking at how to become invisible and to lay low, but to live openly and freely as an independent. In a society where the government has increasingly taken control of areas they have no right to be, more people need to be aware of how to live outside the system in a successful way. We need to band together and support each other's endeavours at becoming free agents. I highly recommend this book.
This sure is one heavy duty book on how to get your own back! Tarrin has a very inventive, detailed, and structured approach to dealing with low life individuals whose invidious behaviour has impacted upon your life.
Of course, he would never want you to actually carry out anything in this book... would he?