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“The world is in crisis. If you’re looking for an emergency escape plan, this book is it.” (Jason Fine, Rolling Stone)
“Like a George Plimpton for the 21st Century, Neil Strauss has mastered the art of the professional amateur. In Emergency, he manages to find the humor in an otherwise frightening time, with wit, wisdom and often hilarious repercussions.” (David Swanson, Maxim)
“If you’ve ever wanted to beat the system, get off the grid, or become an escape artist, this is your manual.” (Tim Ferriss, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller The 4-Hour Workweek)
“Strauss is well versed in the wit of pop-culture speak, so whether he’s explaining the acquisition of citizenship in a tropical locale, how to cut and cook a goat, or modes of extreme self-defense, his engaging voice pushes things along.” (Flavor Pill)
Neil Strauss is the author of theNew York TimesbestsellersThe GameandRules of the Game. He is also the co-author of four previous bestsellers:How to Make Love Like a Porn Star(with Jenna Jameson),The Dirt(with Mötley Crüe),Don't Try This At Home(with Dave Navarro), andThe Long Hard Road Out of Hell(with Marilyn Manson), and the co-author of the satirical graphic novelHow to Make Money Like a Porn Star(with Bernard Chang), which has been banned in Singapore. Under the alter ego "Style," he achieved the distinction of becoming the world's greatest pickup artist. Strauss lives in Los Angeles, CA.
perfectly written and gives you a great base and ideas of how it really works. not just describing how to do it, but the writer does it.Published on April 27 2011 by allstar7128
It provides some information of how to survive in some particular situations. it is helpful.Published on March 9 2010 by C K
It felt like the book was due before something interesting happened. It could have been a good book if Strauss waited until he gained some expertise in the field or something... Read morePublished on May 24 2009 by Jamie Mellway