The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Travel

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Chronicle Books, Mar 1, 2001 - Reference - 176 pages
If you have to leave home, TAKE THIS BOOK! The team that brought you The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook now helps you navigate the perils of travel. Learn what to do when the tarantula crawls up your leg, the riptide pulls you out to sea, the sandstorms headed your way, or your camel just wont stop. Find out how to pass a bribe, remove leeches, climb out of a well, survive a fall onto subway tracks, catch a fish without a rod, and preserve a severed limb. Hands-on, step-by-step instructions show you how to survive these and dozens of other adventures. An appendix of travel tips, useful phrases, and gestures to avoid will also ensure your safe return. Because you just never know...

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Another Christmas present that I dredged up from my closet when I last moved. There are some helpful suggestions in this book but all in all who really gives a hoot? I have never read it through fully ... Read full review

THE WORST-CASE SCENARIO SURVIVAL HANDBOOK: WEIRD Junior Edition

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A bit of literary gossamer if ever there was one, the latest of the Worst-Case Scenario Handbooks offers perfunctory advice for readers unfortunate enough to be kidnapped by aliens, attacked by ... Read full review

Contents

How to Control a Runaway Camel
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How to Stop a Runaway Passenger Train
22
How to Stop a Car with No Brakes
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Joshua Piven is a writer, editor, and Web site designer who lives in Philadelphia. He's ready for anything.

David Borgenicht is a Philadelphia-based writer whose own worst-case scenario involved a heavy-armored vehicle in Pakistan.

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