A how-to guide like no other, this wildly informative debut takes a speculative and darkly entertaining look at the intersection of science, history, and science fiction for the many ways the civilization of man might come crashing down and what one needs to survive those events and thrive in what comes after. More
While no one looks forward to what comes after Doomsday, author K. Scott Bradbury prompts readers to consider what will happen and how to mentally and physically prepare. In his debut work of nonfiction, The Post-Apocalyptic Primer, he examines what life might look like after the end of the world and it's not as abysmal as some might fear. In ten chapters including: Assessing Your Existing Survival Skills, Civilization After the Fall of Civilization, and Eat, Drink, and Be Wary, Bradbury offers commonsense strategies that exponentially boost one's chances of a bright future. Among other Apocalyptic scenarios, he describes what one might expect after a seismic catastrophe, an ice age event, nuclear war, and alien invasion as well as the stages of disorder, which he breaks down into Instant, Coming Soon, and Slow-Burn events. The impact of where one lives on how it might affect survival is examined along with what to expect from the post-apocalyptic political and social landscape. The Post-Apocalyptic Primer will help you find your place in this dangerous new world so that you can not only survive but also thrive.