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Prepper's Hacks: 39 Incredible Survival Life Hacks That Every Person Can Use to Be Prepared for Unpredictable Natural Catastrophes - cover

Prepper's Hacks: 39 Incredible Survival Life Hacks That Every Person Can Use to Be Prepared for Unpredictable Natural Catastrophes

Tiffany Ray

Publisher: Jet Solutions

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Prepper's Hacks 39 Incredible Survival Life Hacks That Every Person Can Use to Be Prepared for Unpredictable Natural Catastrophes is a short, but powerful source of information to assist the beginner survivalist in preparing for an unexpectant event.  
The book contains almost 40 skill tips ranging from the preparation of food to the planning for unexpected events such as evacuations. The tips are short and to the point, yet thorough enough for the beginner to gain valuable knowledge on how to prepare for what occurs that is not expected. 
Information within each chapter is succinct and to the point so that the reader is not bored or fatigue and is able to obtain valuable information necessary to improve his or her survival skills. Nowhere to be found are pages of dry text with long and drawn out explanations. The book contains information that is coherent. Tips included can be learned by a variety of ages by those with a variety of survivalist skills. While the beginner is the target for such information, even a seasoned survivalist can benefit from reviewing these basic skills and possibly filling in the gaps of what he or she forget to learn. Regardless of where the individual stands, there is something for everyone in this basic, but powerful piece of literature. Let Prepper's Hacks 39 Incredible Survival Life Hacks That Every Person Can Use to Be Prepared for Unpredictable Natural Catastrophes be your first step in learning to better prepare for the unexpected. 
The following chapters are included in this eBook: 
-Food Tips 
-Energy and Power Tips 
-Insulation Tips 
-Learning Tips 
-Planning Tips 
-Miscellaneous Tips

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