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The disaster diaries : how I learned to stop worrying and love the apocalypse / Sam Sheridan.
ISBN:
9781594205279
Publication Information:
New York : Penguin Press, c2013.
Physical Description:
324 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents:
1. Rise and shine -- 2. The primary component -- 3. Witness the fitness -- 4. Pack your lunch -- 5. Number one with a bullet -- 6. I'm not a doctor (but I play one during the Apocalypse) -- 7. Get the hell out of dodge -- 8. Mad Sam -- 9. Naked into the wilderness -- 10. The die is cast -- 11. The ultimate aboriginal -- 12. My friend, my friend, he's got a knife -- 13. The pursuit of protein -- 14. A world lit only by seal oil -- 15. This is the end.
Abstract:
Sam Sheridan has traveled the world as an amateur boxer and mixed martial arts fighter; he has worked as an EMT, a wilderness firefighter, a sailor, a cowboy at the largest ranch in Montana, and in construction under brutal conditions at the South Pole. If he isn't ready for the apocalypse and the fractured world that will ensue, we are all in a lot of trouble. Despite an arsenal of skills that puts many to shame, when Sam became a father he was beset with nightmares about being unable to protect his son. If the power grid went down, how much food and water would you need? If you were forced outside the city limits, could you survive in the wilderness? And let's not even talk about plagues and attacking aliens. The problem is, each scenario requires a different skill set--so Sam decides to gain as many skills as possible.--From jacket front flap.
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