These are just a few of the scenarios outlined in Led Stroud’s newest book, Survive!: Essential Skills and Tactics to Get You Out of Anywhere – Alive. Stroud is a modern day adventurer and survival enthusiastic, and in his book he gives a variety of tips, tricks and guides to help you survive a real disaster. Need to know how to make temporary shelter? Where to gather food and water? How about trapping small game and starting your own fires? Survive! offers an insiders’ look at survival techniques and common advice given to travel buffs, and which of them are worth listening to. (Hint: a lot of what you think you know about survival techniques is really just TV smoke and mirrors.)
A unique facet of Survive! is not only its how-to guide for surviving the worst, but its practical lessons in preparation for whatever bad luck might come your way. Accidents happen, and the right supplies or a carefully prepared survival kit may be all that stands between you and disaster.
If you want to learn how to survive in even the harshest, most unforgiving conditions, you should learn from an expert – someone like Led Stroud, an outdoor adventurer and former wildness guide, host and creator of the hit show Survivorman. Stroud has dedicated his life to surviving some of the most dangerous, uninhabitable conditions across the globe, and he comes into his second book armed with tips, lessons, anecdotes, and years of personal and professional experience. You won’t find any fancy, dramatic advice in Survive!. Stroud advocates practicality and realism, and offers simple solutions to potentially life threatening problems. His no-nonsense advice is what makes his lessons both effective and memorable, and they’ll be what you remember should you find yourself in a bad situation.
If you’re worried about the worst, get yourself a copy of Survive!: Essential Skills and Tactics to Get You Out of Anywhere – Alive. It has something for everyone, from seasoned adventurers to newbies in the survival scene. Disaster strikes everyone equally – will you be prepared when it comes?