In the apocalyptic world we live in, Mother Nature is angry. Danger waits at every turn, and catastrophes like the Los Angeles sharknados have taught us that we need to be ready for anything. Too many lives have already been lost.
But fear not. How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters is the first and only comprehensive guide to surviving the very worst that Mother Nature can throw our way. Inside this life-saving reference, you’ll find:
• Vital information about dozens of unnatural disasters and ungodly monsters that can injure, maim, or kill you, from arachnoquakes and ice twisters to piranhacondas and mega pythons;
• Easy-to-understand survival tips for avoiding a bloody demise;
• Inspirational words of wisdom from survivors, including Fin Shepard and April Wexler;
• Useful resources, such as the Shepard Survival Assessment Test (S.S.A.T), and much more.
With this essential book in hand, you too can be a hero who laughs in the face of calamity while saving friends and family. Or you can just avoid getting savagely ripped apart by a sharktopus. Either way, you’ve been warned. Now be prepared.
PUBLISHER: Three Rivers Press
I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review! Thank you to the folks at Three Rivers Press and Blogging For Books. I appreciate it. 🙂
I think I’m in love with this book. I’m completely serious. I think I’m in love with it. I think I’m going to reference it to anyone that will listen (or not listen) in the upcoming school year. I don’t usually read books like this (i.e. survival guide parodies), but I’m glad that I was sent this one!
I can already see a statue being erected in my honor or a building being named after me. I can already see President Obama handing me an award in the presence of millions of people. I can see the Queen knighting me or– and this is the preferred option– perhaps offering Prince Harry’s hand in marriage in exchange for my heroic acts. I can see everything very clearly. I know exactly what to do in the case of a Piranhaconda attack. I know exactly where to hide in case a Manticore enters my Management and Business class this next fall. I know the symptoms of an Antdemic. I know… everything. I’m pretty much the most-prepared person I know for unnatural and highly-unlikely disasters. And this, my dear friends, fills me with an unhealthy amount of pride and self-satisfaction. Continue reading