Monday, February 1, 2010

The Survivors Club ~ Book Review & Giveaway


Do you have what it takes to survive in a dangerous situation? Have you ever wondered why some people survive disasters while other perish? The book, The Survivors Club, by Ben Sherwood tells the answers to these questions.

I loved reading this book. I found that the true stories of survivors to be captivating. The book is easy to read and hard to put down. I believe that just reading this book will give you a better chance of survival. You have the chance to learn from the survivors of disasters. The book delves into the question "What does it really take to survive?". At the end of the book, there is a quiz to find your survivor type. Knowing what type you are an give you an edge in a dangerous situation.


** Thanks to Anna and Hachette Books for providing me with a free review copy**


Giveaway: Three people will win a copy of The Survivors Club by Ben Sherwood.

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45 comments:

Sarah Lynne said...

Is this book about natural disasters, or stuff like car crashes and death?? I live in New England so the biggest disaster that could happen here is lots of snow and cold temperatures. Learning how to survive with two kids and no heat would be a great tool!!!!

Cant wait to read the book!!!

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Rebecca Graham said...

I would like to know about surviving in a tornado.

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deb c said...

I moved to an area that has a lot of tornado watches, haven't seen one yet,thank goodness, but would like more information.

Mary said...

Since I live in California, it would have to be an earthquake.

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sksweeps said...

I'd like more information on surviving earthquakes (since I live in so cal). I'd like to think I'm more prepared than the average person, but want to be really ready! Thanks!

mverno said...

i'd like to know as much as i can about hurricane protection
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Laura said...

I would like to know about surviving if you are trapped in a blizzard.
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Anonymous said...

Surviving a Tornado because they can happen anywhere.
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Nickolay said...

I am going to California this Spring, so I would say Earthquakes!

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debsweeps4 said...

I would like more information on surviving tornadoes. debsweeps4@yahoo.com

karen said...

I live near the gulf coast so I would like more information on surviving hurricanes and floods. Thanks.

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Faither said...

Think it would be nice to survive an attack by a terrorist

janeh said...

tornados

sharonjo said...

I do fly occasionally, but I am afraid all the time so I would like help with this! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

aajacques said...

I would like to learn more about surviving a plane crash.

Deborah Wellenstein said...

I would like to know more about surviving terrorist attacks. Thanks!

Chip said...

Surviving getting lost in the woods.

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SharonC said...

I want to survive all disasters. I am paranoid.

Brenda said...

I'd like to know more about surviving anything water-related.

susan1215 said...

I live in Kansas so I would like to know more about surviving a tornado

missrantsypants said...

A bus crash.

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kathy pease said...

i guess i would say a terrorist attack

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alovelydissenter said...

I would love to find out how to get out of a fully submerged car.
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John Deal said...

The big snowfall makes me wonder about falling through the ice in a body of water.

memetu said...

My brother died several years ago. I don't think I will ever get over it. I read "Saying Goodbye to a Suicide".
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Gianna said...

Tornados because they happen around here..

purango said...

I would like more information on surviving a mass shooting. garrettsambo@aol.com

Ardy22 said...

I would like more information about those horrible tornadoes

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cdmarteny said...

i live in ok so surviving tornados and a days with no heat or elec. cdmarteny@mywebdesk.com

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