December 21, 2012: Survival Guide explores some of the theories, predictions and science about this date, but focuses more on survival in nature and a post-apocalyptic world. Much of the information included can be used in everyday life, even if there is no cataclysm, and knowing the planet you live on is never a bad idea.
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I grew up in Cape Town, and still live here with my husband of thirteen years and plenty of furry, four-legged ‘children’.
My passion for the written word started my career as an editor and copywriter, and I part-ran a writers’ critique group for close on seven years. I've been writing ever since I learnt how, have always been an avid reader, and currently live on coffee and cigarettes.
My interests include reading, photography, watching good movies, the supernatural, life's mysteries and martial arts, of which I have five years’ experience.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I am impressed with the level of research that went into this book. I found the various theories presented very interesting, as were the facts, both for and against either a catastrophe or enlightenment. The survival portion of the book was very well done, and covered a wide area of topics. Having survived in the wild myself, on more than one occasion, I found myself nodding along with the text. Will humanity, or at least some part of it be around after December 21, 2011? I say yes. But then again… only time will tell!