Deschutes Public Library

How to survive anything, Tim MacWelch and the editors of Outdoor life ; illustrations by Tim McDonagh and Carl Wiens - paperback

Summary
When the tornado strikes, when the solar flares blaze, when the zombies rise ... what are you going to do? So many possible disasters, so little time to prepare. The end could be coming any day now, and you've got to be ready for the everyday threats such as an earthquake or hurricane, as well as those "well I didn't see that coming" eventualities like a meteor strike or a killer virus. This all-purpose, A to Z, best-selling guide lays out the survival situations we're all likely to face ... and a few you really probably won't. How to Survive Anything deftly balances the survival basics that you really do need to know with the wild and crazy eventualities that you probably don't. But, on the other hand, who do you want in your bunker? The guy who read up killer robots or the one who didn't? The Outdoor Life writers have you covered when it comes to combating, well anything. They've written about everything from disaster preparedness to subsistence hunting and fishing, to which guns to use against the undead (really!). After reading the expert advice in this manual, you'll be prepared for whatever this world throws at you
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Note
"From animal attacks to the end of the world (and everything in between)'--Cover."
Physical Description
231 pages, colour illustrations, 22 cm
Isbn
9781681884585

Library Locations

  • Downtown Bend Library

    601 N.W. Wall Street, Bend, OR, 97703, US
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