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Access All Areas: A User's Guide to the Art of Urban Exploration Paperback – October 15, 2005
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Ninjalicious' work is also a commentary on our society. Many of us live our lives without observing. The places in which we live, work, and carry out our daily lives are designated to us at every turn. We are told where we can and can't go, and, for the most part, we obey these orders and instructions mindlessly, never thinking about what lies beyond the "do not enter" and "prohibited" signs. Ninjalicious encourages us to move beyond this social and societal numbness and truly see the urban world around us. Even if one only reads this book and never explores for themselves, an "arm-chair urban explorer" if you will, they will certainly gain a wider and more awe-inspired view of the everyday world around them.
Lastly, Access All Areas reads like a memior, given the history behind its writer. Ninjalicious died of terminal cancer back in 2005. This was his final love letter to the hobby he loved, the people who participated in it with him, and to all those who would be introduced to the hobby through his writing. At the end of the book Ninjalicious states that "it's amazing to watch people get excited about the idea of really seeing the world around them, and my greatest ambition for this book is that it will have the same effect on some of those who read it."
This book definitely fulfills that goal.
UrbEx is indeed a bit dangerous, but it's a great thrill. And with this book, you can get to know exactly what you can do and what you feel comfortable doing - and then know exactly how to do it.