Reviews of "Surviving the Apocalypse ..."


From Fleecenik Farm:

There were moments of humor and tenderness that a reader would not expect from a book that is geared towards someone trying to prepare for TEOTWAWKI. In the end Wendy imagines a world after the 21 days. It is a world of lower energy but a connectedness with the earth and her community that adds a depth to life that one does not associate with life in the suburbs. read more ...


From The GREEN CT Realtor:

What if we knew we had only 21 days to prepare for "the end of the world as we know it?" She goes day by day in order of priorities to help people survive not only the possibility of natural disasters but of a loss of petroleum-based products/oil, food shortages & power outages. read more...


From The Homesteading Neophyte:

Surviving the Apocalypse helps guide suburban and urban preppers and steaders in their first and continuing steps at being as self sufficient as possible in a limited arena. If you are just starting out, I highly recommend this book as a guide. If you are an old hat, it will help to serve as a reminder. read more ...


From Grim Wytche Farm:

The book showed me that I am on a good path, but there is still a lot I could do. read more ...


From "Pappy" on the Kentucky Preppers Network Forum

The book is a practical list of suggestions for people who live in the suburbs, probably on 1/2 acre or less, and have no realistic hope of being anywhere else when TSHTF. There is nothing surprising there for folks who have been prepping for a while, but it could be a good tool for those who are new to prepping. read more ...


From Calamity Jane, writing at SHTF Blog

All in all ... I liked the book. If you or someone you love is living in the burbs, this book should be on your reading list. Lots of ideas for how to make the not-perfect-but-better-than-nothing situation of suburbs livable, be it slow collapse or SHTF bad. read more ...


From The Maine Outdoorsman

The book centers on what I define as practical no nonsense living. read more ...


From Will Work For Food

Similar to Possum Living, this book outlines a process by which one can become self-sufficient; however, the context is radically different. read more ...


*If you have a review of Surviving the Apocalypse in the Suburbs: The Thrivalist's Guide to Life Without Oil, and you'd like me to consider reposting it here, please let me know in the comments section.

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