A Survival Guide
If you’re ready to get off your complacent backside and prepare for what’s coming, I’ll show you how to get started with an EDC (every day carry) survival kit and move through threat assessment, defensive strategies, basic weapons selection, and planning your long-term cache of supplies.
Zombie Apocalypse: A Survival Guide
The Web is Gone. Deal.
If you have the time, start reading something other than “graphic novels.” Get some useful information under your belt. Not just about field stripping an AK-47, but about what makes people tick, because once the apocalypse is upon us, Google will not save your butt.
That’s right, sucker, no more Internet. If it’s not gone already it will be before long.
Hopefully, you’re ahead of the game because you have this book in your hands. Take some training courses ASAP — first aid, CPR, basic weapons, wilderness survival – or start working your way through the recommended reading list at the back.
Also, and you may not be expecting this one, you better get yourself something to believe in or at least to think about during those long, dark nights of the soul. I’m not talking religion necessarily, but if that’s your thing, cool.
I like this old Roman dude named Seneca. He said it’s easy to be a stand up, moral guy if you don’t ever leave the house. Walk out the front door? Somebody will screw up your day. I stuffed a collection of Seneca’s letters in my bug-out bag. Figured he’d be some company when I’m holed up somewhere. Show More
Think about it. The day is gonna come when a book is your best friend even if you haven’t picked one up in 20 years — and I don’t mean just a survival manual like this one.
Sooner or later, you will need something to remind you that you are still human and to give you a reason to keep surviving.
We’re talking post apocalypse now. Maybe you haven’t willingly walked into one since study hall, but libraries are good things. People have been teaching other people how to do stuff in print for generations and there are a lot of good stories out there. A book can be a lot of company, man. Don’t dismiss the idea just because you hated school.
You already know you have a lot to learn. Find the educational materials you need – and the entertainment — cause guess what?
If there’s a Zombie Pride parade going by on the street outside your house, you have paid your last electric bill. Your favorite search engine is no longer an option for anything. Show Less
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One Word –> AWESOME!!!
this book was so entertaining and a little cheeky to boot. Now, do I believe the undead will be flooding the streets anytime soon… uh, I am not sure about that one… we will leave it at a maybe. Do I believe this book is helpful should this scenario ever play out… definitely. As for the reviewer that stated “nothing you can’t find online” … “gleaned from XYZ” … “written in teenage prose” I can kind of agree nut was a somewhat weird review as 1) what can’t you find online these days (I for one don’t want to scour the internet all day as I prefer all of this information in one spot and entertaining as a bonus) 2) what isn’t “gleaned from” I mean how many truly original ideas exist but this work was an interesting twist for me and I recommend it. 3) written in teenage prose… don’t even know what to say I mean look at the topic… although that is somewhat not fair because I am not a teenager and found the book to be informative, enjoyable, and entertaining.
– amazon customer
A Survival Guide
The end of the world as you know it. What are you going to do when it happens? Because it will. Yuck it up all you want to. Write the whole zombie apocalypse off to Hollywood hype. Go right ahead and keep boating down the river called Denial, Cleo. Send me a postcard when the zombies are beating down the pyramid door. You think it can’t happen? Ever heard of antibiotic resistant viruses? Did you know that tales of the reanimated dead date back 4,500 years? Did you know the freaking CDC has a plan for the zombie apocalypse? (Thank God they didn’t put FEMA on this thing or we would be screwed.) Admit it. You wouldn’t be looking at this book if something wasn’t nagging you. Global warming, threatened pandemics, contaminated water table, a rising culture of violence.
Maybe you don’t believe in zombies per se . . . yet . . . but you do know that people are just edgy enough already that civilization and civilized behavior are headed to hell in a handbasket as soon as disaster strikes. Two words for you: Hurricane Katrina. Okay two more, cluster and . . . You get my drift. I’m not some black ops, ninja, undead-fighting, SWAT guru. I’m just someone who plans on staying alive. And if I do die, I plan to be definitively dead, not kinda dead on the hoof. Believe or don’t believe. Frankly, I could care less, but I will give you one huge tip. When the dead are roaming the streets, you’ll have one major advantage they won’t — you’ll still be able to think. I actually suggest you dust off your brain and start using it now. You might have a steep learning curve. This is a book for both the pre- and post-apocalypse crowd. If you’re ready to get off your complacent backside and prepare for what’s coming, I’ll show you how to get started with an EDC (every day carry) survival kit and move through threat assessment, defensive strategies, basic weapons selection, and planning your long-term cache of supplies. If you’re hunkered down clutching a filthy copy of this book in a ruined store, get the hell out of there! Take the book, go someplace safe, breathe, and let’s get to work.