Survivor: The Ultimate Game

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TV Books, 2000 - Performing Arts - 237 pages
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In its newest race for ratings, CBS is selecting 16 people from a nationwide competition to be placed on a deserted island in the Pacific for 13 weeks without food or shelter. As they are filmed by camera crews, these total strangers will banish two people each week through a tribal council vote. "Survivor!", which bares the true complexities of this extreme experiment, will announce the show's winner, telling how he or she managed the many experiences of the challenge. Photos. Color section.

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User Review  - Mario Lanza - Goodreads

This is the Survivor bible. All Survivor fans need to read it. Read full review

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User Review  - Lora - Goodreads

This was good, written as a journal, entry by entry. Only at the end does it become clear that he wrote this as he witnessed things, not in hindsight--it really is a journal. Very interesting Read full review

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Contents

Prologue
9
Power Can Only Be Granted
37
Embracing Reality
53
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Burnett is the executive producer for the CBS show "Survivor!" And the Discovery Channel's annual 'Eco-Challenge" expedition competition. He won a n Emmy Award for his work on the 1999 "Eco-Challenge" and was Emmy-nominated for the 1996 "Eco-Challenge" and for an International Documentary Association Award for the 1997 "Eco-Challenge." He has given motivational, leadership, and team building speeches for a wide variety of clients. A former member of the famed British Army Parachute Regiment with active service medals in both the Northern Ireland and Argentina conflicts, Burnett is an open water certified SCUBA diver, Level A certified skydiver, has completed a white water guide course, and is Advance Wilderness First Aid certified.

Martin Dugard is one of today's foremost adventure writers. His work appears regularly in "GQ", "Sports Illustrated" & "Esquire". He won the 1997 Dallas Press Club "Katie" award for Best Magazine Sports Story. An avid adventurer himself, Dugard has completed the Raid Gauloises adventure race three times. He is co-holder of the Around the World Speed Record (New York New York in 31 hours, 28 minutes) & he makes his home with his wife & three boys in Orange County, California.

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