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The Prepper's Water Survival Guide: Harvest, Treat, and Store Your Most Vital Resource Paperback – May 26, 2015
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"It is a 200 page book. I got to page 73 (the beginning of Chapter 6) and it was all stories about events where water became scarce and how society broke down. That is more than 1/3 of the book on useless nonsense I can do nothing about, like water-borne diseases. Then the book goes on to advise that's common-sense, like fill the tub and every container you got.
The other 2/3 of the book reads like housewife advice--like how to wash your hands 101 and how to shop smart. My favorite is how to upgrade your shower head. If you are a prepper this book is not for you. Spend your money elsewhere."
Well said, "Amazon Customer". I only hope other serious preppers are listening.
So I'll say this book is a great starting point, but ultimately does not contain all the information needed. You'll learn by reading it, but it is just shy of being a "one stop shop" for all your water - survival needs.
The other 2/3 of the book reads like housewife advice--like how to wash your hands 101 and how to shop smart. My favorite is how to upgrade your shower head. If you are a prepper this book is not for you. Spend your money elsewhere.
Plus, this book covers way more than I thought it would. Daisy leads you to consider the facts in areas such as; sanitation, causes of illness and its toxins, how it would look & feel to be without water, and how everyone needs this resource to stay healthy. The 2 major items that I never deeply considered were the “Toxins in municipal water supplies” and “Sanitation”. They were at the back of my brain, but now I pay more attention on these issues.
When it is time to actually get a plan and learn how to find, transport, store and purify the H2O, she has it all laid out in terms that any layman can understand and implement. There is no talking-down to the reader about how dense they might’ve been when it comes to always having water available.
If there was anything that I’d like to have changed, it is the order in which the chapters are laid out. Perhaps add chapter 12 after chapter 4 and having an order of chapters 8, 11, 7, 9, and then 10. Having it order, in my opinion, of how one would go about the tasks of making your water plan work from top to bottom may serve the reader better.
Recommended? Absolutely add this book to your prepper and/or survival library. Hey, if you don’t have a collection like that, then this is a good place to start.