SAS Survival Handbook (Third Edition), a book review

A book review written by: Lee Sonogan

(2003) Handbook non-fiction

“A classic outdoor manual..Written by John Wiseman, former survival instructor for Britain’s elite Special Air Service (an all-conditions strike force considered by some to be tougher than the U. S Navy SEALs), the book addresses every conceivable disaster scenario… Don’t leave home without it.” – OUTSIDE

If the end of the world occured, would you be prepared? This is one book that will help you. In this book, you will have many important survival information in many areas needed right in your bag. The SAS Survival Handbook Third Edition has 100 pages of additional material compared to former editions. While also being a book with over 650 pages.

To list this books table of contents, this handbook covers overall concepts such as the essentials. Strategy. Terrain and Climate. Food, Camp crafting. Reading signs. On the move. Your health. Survival at sea. Rescue. Urban survival and disasters. Basically any needs or protection in an outdoor situation

This book is very informative so it has value. Even if the world does not end, skills within this book are still good to learn. It is written in plain English where anyone could understand it. There is no bullshit and it is straight to the point. I have had this book for a long time and I have finally finished it. I feel prepared, but I will not remember everything. Luckily I have this book and my Bear Grylls survival kit. I recommend this book to anyone interested in outdoor survival activities and doomsday preppers.


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