In any case, knowing how to survive the [insert your personal Apocalypse theory here] will be important. But shouldn't you also know how to make the best of the Newest World Order?
Enter Rob Kutner's book Apocalypse How: Turn the End-Times Into the Best of Times.
Kutner puts a positive spin on what could be the biggest negative ever. Sartre says Hell is other people? This Hell on Earth has far fewer humans! If you have been putting off working toward a more Zen lifestyle, you will wait no more! Simplicity has been handed to you by The Ratmen of Planet Arabesque.
Apocalypse How covers a range of topics and techniques that will be essential to thriving in the post-apocalyptic ruin of the world as we know it.
- Dining: road kill, it's what's for dinner!
- Relocation: check out page 46 for a handy flow chart to your new home.
- Clothing: bargain hunting has never been more literal!
- Socializing and recreation: if Jimmy won't be social, use his head as a football.
- Career options: in this brave new world, who cares that you were a peon pencil-pusher. Now, you can be anything you want (as long as the Ratmen overlords deem it proper)!
Make no mistake: this is a humorous look at the time after the End of Times. A veteran of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, Kutner currently writes for Conan on TBS. Apocalypse How lives up to his comedic writing past, present, and future.
If you are looking for a traditional survival manual that will give you real advice (like how to start a fire using ice), move on. If you are looking for something to lighten the apocalyptic mood in your bunker and give you options to consider, have a read.
For more information about Rob Kutner visit his official website http://www.robkutner.com/ or follow him on Twitter. More reviews and information regarding Apocalypse How can be found at http://apocalypsehowthebook.com/.
Oh, and based on that whole Hopi thing (page 16) about iron snakes, rivers of stones, and the world being covered in a giant spider web, I'd get reading now rather than later. Iron snakes could be train tracks. Rivers of stone, roadways. Giant spider web? The World Wide Web. Just saying.
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