Deep Survival: Who Lives, Who Dies, and Why
"Unique among survival books... stunning... enthralling. Deep Survival makes compelling, and chilling, reading."—Penelope Purdy, Denver PostIn ?Deep Survival?, Laurence Gonzalez combines hard science and powerful storytelling to illustrate the mysteries of survival, whether in the wilderness or in meeting any of life's great challenges. This gripping narrative, the first book to describe the art and science of survival, will change the way you see the world. Everyone has a mountain to climb. Everyone has a wilderness inside.
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Interesting but repetitiveUser Review - steve53443 - Overstock.com
The book is interesting and informative but each chapter seems to repeat itself on the lessons learned. Im about 13 of the way through the book and Ive put it down to finish reading other books. Ill get back to it eventually but Im in no hurry. Read full review
This book absolutely stinks. I got through 100 pages and wanted to blow my brains out. This Laurence Gonzales guy keeps pretty much repeating his points of survival. People told me that a girl gets in a plane crash and I did not read anything about that in what I read. I do not recommend this book. I highly recommend something such as Number The Stars or Anne Frank, but Deep Survival is complete bogus.