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SAS Urban Survival Handbook: How to Protect Yourself Against Terrorism, Natural Disasters, Fires, Home Invasions, and Everyday Health and Safety Hazards
     

SAS Urban Survival Handbook: How to Protect Yourself Against Terrorism, Natural Disasters, Fires, Home Invasions, and Everyday Health and Safety Hazards

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by John "Lofty" Wiseman
 

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John "Lofty" Wiseman is the author of the bestselling SAS Survival Handbook, the definitive guide to survival in the wild from Britain's Special Air Service. Now he has compiled a complete guide to survival in the urban jungle. Every year in America there are thousands of fatal accidents in the home—more than on the roads, and many more than in the

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SAS Urban Survival Handbook: How to Protect Yourself Against Terrorism, Natural Disasters, Fires, Home Invasions, and Everyday Health and Safety Hazar 1.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Janus More than 1 year ago
In all fairness, this book would probably receive a higher rating if I were a resident of the UK. However, I'm not. Many of the tips, rules, etc. that Mr. Wiseman discusses are either unique to Britain or at least have nuances that make them MOSTLY unique to Britain. I do realize that the SAS is a British organization, I was simply hoping for a more generalized approach when I bought the book. There is still plenty of good information though. I'm going to venture to say that some of his warnings and tips near the point of paranoia, but I think he was merely trying to cover all the angles. A good resource book, but if you're looking for a comprehensive guide on how to handle the worst situations a city can throw at you, then you had better stick with the Worst Case Scenario series of books. Just my two cents.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As the other reviewer said, this book is a glorified safety book on very mundane things. It's ridiculous. All this book is good for is making you feel foolish for buying it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hate to say it, but this book is a total DUD. Has nothing whasoever to do with what to do during / after any type of emergency situation. To me it's more like a home-repair guide! Don't bother....
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