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How to Avoid Being Killed in a War Zone

Ah ha ha ha Stayin' alive

How to Avoid Being Killed in a War Zone

Ah ha ha ha Stayin' alive

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  •  This book will almost certainly save your life
  •  Your one-stop source for sage survival advice
  •  Written by well-traveled Al Jazeera journalist Rosie Garthwaite
  •  The ultimate toilet read
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We can’t all be a shelter-bound maniac; wildly stocking up on cans of meatballs and bottles of water, hiding from the outside world in anticipation of an imminent apocalypse. So make sure you’re thoroughly prepared for all that life has to throw at you by reading Rosie Garthwaite's indispensable How to Avoid Being Killed in a War Zone.

Tuck into this entertaining and educational handbook and you'll never find yourself caught up a certain creek ever again. Learn how to evade bombs and booby traps, how to escape a riot, how to survive a kidnapping, how to wield deadly weaponry and how to cope with frostbite and exhaustion. You'll be comfortably skinning wild animals, dressing wounds and negotiating with unruly locals in no time at all.

Packed full of solid practical advice as well as good humour and real experiences, whatever perils may confront you on your travels, face them head on with this essential survival guide.

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Please Note:
  • Move over Guinness Book of World Records, this is the ultimate toilet read.
Product Features:
  • Paperback book with a rugged waxed cover
  • 304 pages of practical advice, tips and first-hand experiences
Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 21.5cm(W) x 13.5cm(H) x 2cm(D)

Customer Reviews

AMAZING! it is worth the money and I recommend you buy, especially if you are going on holiday (it might freak others on the plane out, buy it'll be fine). Come zombie apocalypse, you are all invited round my house.
Lucia Cross, London - 15th October 2014
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