101 Things To Do Before The Apocalypse

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
101 Things To Do Before The Apocalypse is the ultimate tongue in cheek guide on how you could spend the time our planet has left, but it's not your ordinary bucket list. It’s time to do all the things you’ve only dreamed about doing. Each item is written in the same fun, humorous and quirky style featured throughout the book. I guess you could think of it as a bucket list… for society! More

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Review by: Sean Jeffries on Dec. 24, 2012 :
If someone tells a joke but no one's left alive to hear it, is it still funny? In the case of Jon Hansen's 101 Things to do Before the Apocalypse the answer is a resounding, "Yes!"

Hansen has put together a bucket-list folks from all walks of life can busy themselves with as we near the Mayan Doomsday date of 12/21/12. Whether you're a student, parent, work a white-collar job, or you're a lazy slacker, this book has easy to accomplish tasks, all laid out in a convenient format. They range from sound advice, to suggestions of questionable morality, to outright law-breakers, and there's even a few choices for the good Samaritans mixed in there.

Again, 101 Things to do Before the Apocalypse provides a wide variety of entertaining ways to spend your final days, and though there are a few points of repetition along the way, those moments don't detract from the overall enjoyment of the book. I had fun reading this lighthearted look at the disaster awaiting us. It's a fine reminder that sometimes we take ourselves too seriously.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Scott Jung on Dec. 05, 2012 :
Apocalyptic world collapse got you down? Pick up Jon Hanson's 101 Things To Do Before the Apocalypse. Each chapter details a perfect and unique opportunity allowed by this unique world peril. Who cares if the Mayans were wrong or right, there was never a better reason to celebrate Christmas early and purchase this hysterical self-help book.

Scott Jung of itsmynd.com
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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