Emergency! This Book Will Save Your Life

by April 3, 2009 04/3/09
Emergency Book

I haven’t been much in the reading mood lately, but Emergency: This Book Will Save Your Life by Neil Strauss is amazing! I finished all 418 pages the same day I bought it. I can’t say that a book has held my attention like this ever before. Emergency is packed with information on how to increase your odds of surviving and escaping when SHTF.

Strauss has in depth information on obtaining multiple passports, living off the grid, crossing the border, lock picking, protecting your assets, Swiss banking and the art of disappearing.  I can’t say that I have any money for an off-shore account, but we can dream can’t we?

If you’ve ever read Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand then this book is for you.


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Urbivalist Dan
Urbivalist Dan

Awesome book.

I think one of the biggest selling points of the book is the fact that it is so readable. The fact that it's a story makes it really entertaining, so that even someone who's not super into prepping could easily find it enjoyable and pretty thought provoking.

Love all the Atlas Shrugged/Second Citizenship/PT stuff. Even though it's a pretty unique thought surrounded by some unique emotions, geo-political arbitrage could be the ultimate "self sufficiency."

Urbivalist Dan
Urbivalist Dan

Awesome book. I think one of the biggest selling points of the book is the fact that it is so readable. The fact that it's a story makes it really entertaining, so that even someone who's not super into prepping could easily find it enjoyable and pretty thought provoking. Love all the Atlas Shrugged/Second Citizenship/PT stuff. Even though it's a pretty unique thought surrounded by some unique emotions, geo-political arbitrage could be the ultimate "self sufficiency."

Jeddernaught
Jeddernaught

I just read this on ITS recommendation and all I can say is wow. This is by far the most rivetting book on survivalism/shtf/eoftwawki/etc. Most reader, myself included, will find if very easy to identify with the author as his prepper mentality, paranoia, and priority shifts evolve. This book is both informative and inspiring. I plan to give copies to my entire family as required reading. Hopefully, it will help sway some of them to become more proactive about their preperations, skill development, and outlook on the future.

Thanks ITS for the great review, site, and information.

Jeddernaught
Jeddernaught

I just read this on ITS recommendation and all I can say is wow. This is by far the most rivetting book on survivalism/shtf/eoftwawki/etc. Most reader, myself included, will find if very easy to identify with the author as his prepper mentality, paranoia, and priority shifts evolve. This book is both informative and inspiring. I plan to give copies to my entire family as required reading. Hopefully, it will help sway some of them to become more proactive about their preperations, skill development, and outlook on the future. Thanks ITS for the great review, site, and information.

ITS Admin
ITS Admin

Great Book, highly recommended!

mark
mark

what about tom brown jr's the tracker. just bought it the other day

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