Wednesday, November 6, 2019

“Street Survival Skills” Book Review

Loup over at Full Spectrum Preparedness did a pretty in-depth review of my latest book, “Street Survival Skills”.

This is a fully objective review, I didn’t send a copy for him to review, he procured one himself so shout out to you Loup and thanks for supporting my work! (Link to the review in his website).

“Street Survival Skills” is available in Amazon and covers a number of practical skills, focusing mostly on safety and self defense but also covers more general practical preparedness concepts, from power outages to cooking and water purification. Lots of drawings and sketches throughout the book explain skills and tips in detail.

If you have the book already and liked it, please take a minute and leave a review in Amazon, it would be greatly appreciated.
Take care folks!


Check out my new Book “Street Survival Skills” . Fernando “FerFAL” Aguirre is the author of “The Modern Survival Manual: Surviving the Economic Collapse” and “Bugging Out and Relocating: When Staying is not an Option”


Unknown said...

I bought your book and highly recommend it! Wrote why on Amazon, where I purchased it.
One of the best books on the subject and could save your life or prepare for unstable times.
Just saw this article about this chap stepping in on a robbery:

Winnipeg man shares warning after being injured trying to stop Liquor Mart theft
Posted October 31, 2019 5:00 am
A Winnipeg man has a warning for Liquor Mart customers who want to step in and stop a theft, after doing so netted him a handful of stitches

Michael, who asked us not to use his last name, said was frustrated watching people run out of the Liquor Mart on Osborne Street with arms and bags full of stolen alcohol.
One day earlier this year, he spotted two girls running out and he said he had to spring into action
“I went down there and we met in the back and all the bottles broke, the majority of the bottles broke,” he said. “One girl started screaming ‘get him, get him’ and she picked up a bottle that broke and just jammed it right in my hand
Michael’s hand was bleeding and he had to get 18 stitches
“It’s not worth it. It’s really not worth it. I suffered for almost a month, a month-and-a-half with my hand. Anything can happen. You just don’t know,” he said.

“They could’ve got me in the wrist, they could’ve got me in the neck, the face.”
Winnipeg police have been warning customers not to step in as there is a safety risk.

Even though Michael was injured he says it hasn’t stopped him from stepping in again
Michael’s friend Dan Gordon was there and says he doesn’t think it’s worth it to step in.

“It seems so easy to step in, but it’s such a dangerous thing and you just don’t know what’s going to happen. It makes one worry. You could go off of a bottle of alcohol on just a whim but you could possibly lose your life or your hand. It’s just not worth it.

Get Ferfal book and avoid getting harmed and learning to be aware and how to react!

Charley Waite said...

Why are none of your excellent books available on Kindle?