Monday, June 13, 2011

Survival of the Smartest Book Review




A new electronic book from Aaron Turpen and Truth2America.com,Survival of the Smartest is a detailed guide to getting through any disaster, natural or man-made. 
Being ready for hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, and financial collapse are all things that many Americans are now taking seriously.
This growing trend of "preppers" has seen, often first hand, that government and even emergency services cannot be counted on to be there when disaster strikes. Taking the initiative to be prepared is the best way to find security for you and your family.
The guide walks through:
  • Keeping Your Head During Emergency Situations
  • Making a Disaster Supply Kit for Your Family
  • Shutting Off Your Home's Utilities In An Emergency
  • Dealing With An Evacuation (whether you go or not)
  • Specific Disaster Situations like:
  • Earthquakes
  • Floods
  • Hurricanes and Tornadoes
  • Nucelar Incidents, Tsunamis, and even Volcano Eruptions!
  • And Much Much More
You'll learn how (and why) to make a 72-hour Bug Out Bag, an in-home disaster kit, and even kits for your vehicles.
For the beginning prepper who's just starting out, everything you need to know is included and ready to go. Most can have their initial preparations (and the peace of mind that comes with them) within hours!


I recently had the opportunity to review Aaron Turpen's book Survival of the Smartest: The First 72 Hours. I don't know about you, but I knew NOTHING about surviving any kind of natural disaster. I guess I kind of had that "that'll never happen to me" mentality. But now, I'm an expert! I even made a 72 hour Bug Out Bag. How many of you are prepared for a disaster? Would you like to get prepared? I definitely recommend that you purchase  Survival of the Smartest: The First 72 Hours  to learn everything there is to know about preparing for the unexpected!


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