The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook by Joshua Piven and David Borgenicht

A practical and useful guide on how to survive certain disasters and scenarios. Some of the extreme situations had me chuckling a bit (being attacked by a clown). Other situations scared me even more than I already was. For example, I am not a good flyer and often get extremely nervous when the plane hits turbulence, so on the section of how to survive in-flight emergencies made me even more fearful the next time I have to fly and experience the bumps and disturbances.

Overall, this was a quick read. I would suggest taking your time reading it though as it has a lot of useful information that, hopefully, no one will need but would be good to have in the back of your mind for those "just in case" emergencies.

Thank you NetGalley for the advance copy.

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