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With this collection you'll get eight best-selling guides covering dozens of different aspects of prepping. Yes, you read that right. Eight guides! With tons of information for beginners all the way to seasoned preppers, this collection cannot be found anywhere else. Save money off the price of buying each book individually!
With The Prepper's Guide to the End of the World, you'll get the following guides:
Prepping 101: A Beginner's Survival Guide: This guide will teach you the fundamental rules of basic survival for helping you and your family survive no matter the situation, all in simple terms that even the most novice preppers can understand and implement.
Prepper's Pantry: A Survival Food Guide: This guide is an excellent resource and foundational book that covers many topics of food preparation. Though it's especially helpful for the seeker and those who are new to prepping, there are also many great ideas for experienced preppers. This guide will show you how to determine your food needs no matter how long you will be prepping for and will discuss various methods of obtaining and storing food stockpiles.
The Nomad Prepper: A Guide to Mobile Survival: In The Nomad Prepper, you'll learn the following:
Discover if mobile survival is the best path for you and your family
Learn which items you should pack for your travels and the things you should avoid bringing
Decide which tools you will need depending on your location and how many people with whom you are traveling and surviving
Come to grips with the what, where, when, and how mobile survival and nomad prepping can work for you and your family
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Average Joe on 03-09-16
Just another re-read of his other bad book, with a
Would you try another book from Robert Paine and/or Don Baarns?
Wow, is this bad. It is simply his other book with a different cover and title. I didn't see the name of the author until after I purchased this book. Even Bear Gryls gives better advice than this hack.
What was most disappointing about Robert Paine’s story?
The content. Almost word for word as his other book.
Would you be willing to try another one of Don Baarns’s performances?
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
Please refund my credit, I could only tolerate the first couple chapters...
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
By Fnordz on 10-07-16
Audible narrator is terrible
The information included in these guides is fairly decent, but the narrator in the Audible version is nearly intolerable. From his nasally monotonous droning to his mispronunciation of common words ("eckspecially", "markmanship", and others), he was by far the most difficult part of the experience to tolerate- and I barely did.
Read the books instead and save yourself some eye rolls.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful