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Prepare your home and family for any life-threatening catastrophe with this step-by-step survivalist guide filled with techniques, strategies, and DIY projects from a lifelong prepping expert.
The preparation you make for a hurricane, earthquake, or other short-term disaster will not keep you alive in the event of widespread social collapse caused by pandemic, failure of the grid, or other long-term crises.
Government pamphlets and other prepping books tell you how to hold out through an emergency until services are restored. This book teaches you how to survive when nothing returns to normal for weeks, months, or even years, including:
- Practical water collection for drinking and hygiene
- Storing, growing, hunting, and foraging for food
- First aid and medical treatments when there’s no doctor
- Techniques and tactics for fortifying and defending your home
- Community-building strategies for creating a new society
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Some Good Ideas
I would consider this more of an introductory book. If you are looking for a introduction to long term prepping then you will get several good ideas. Be aware that it took a while to get to the practical side of things. There was a lot of "why prep" and other introductory material in the first couple of hours.
For more detailed long term prepping I recommend James Rawles book instead "How to Survive the End of the World as We Know It". Some people complain sometimes that what Rawles recommends is too expensive for many preppers. That wasn't as much of a problem with this book. There were some very practical, inexpensive ideas but for many things you are probably going to need to get the reference books that this author recommends to get details on how to actually implement them.
PROS: There are some nice recommended reference materials listed in the book and some good basic lists. Many ideas are inexpensive.
CONS: Several ideas are specifically spelled out but a lot of ideas in this book could use more explanation.
I didn't really care for the audio performance of this book. I know that performance preference is a personal matter. I suggest that you download the sample first and see what you think. Having said that, the reader was clear and easy to understand,