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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Survival Book Review

The first non-wilderness survival book I ever read was called 'Long-Term Survival In The Coming Dark Age, Preparing to Live after Society Crumbles' by James Ballou. I would highly recommend this book as a starter for any prepared minded individual. The book itself is not to long at 121 pages so you should be able to finish it rather quickly. It also contains alot of good information. Chapters include everything from basic preparations to the survival workshop to the barter economy. All pictures and illustrations are clear and easy to make out. It was and still is (I think) available to order through Paladin Press, http://www.paladin-press.com/. Other chapters include caching supplies, making fire, and making clothing. If you get a chance I suggest you read it. I believe that this is one of those books that belongs in every preppers library---MCK


Kymber said...

Hey MCK - thanks for sharing! I tend to make all purchases based on word of mouth - books too. This one sounds like a great one - so thanks for sharing!

MCK said...

Kymber, I appreciate your comments. These things get hard to write when you think no one is reading them.---MCK

Anonymous said...

At least you are doing your part to raise the awareness.


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