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Survive the Unthinkable: A Total Guide to Women's Self-Protection Paperback – August 20, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
1. No illustrations. Not one. Zero zip nada (except for one meaningless lame one).
2. No list of targets with photos of how to attack them.
3. A very lame and badly written section on microexpressions, with an incorrect and useless description of contempt.
This book needs to be rewritten with generous illustrations and photos that show how a woman should attack various targets, and the section on body language and microexpressions should be rewritten by someone who knows what they are talking about.
Not ready for distribution just quite yet imho.
Most importantly, the book contains no useful information. The strike information is very basic and, to me, common sense. It would have been a useful book if the author had jumped right in with actual information and included diagrams or pictures. As it is, the book was both a waste of money and of time.
What I felt was lacking in the book was explicit instructions on what to target on an attacker to stop the onslaught. He mentions 70 vulnerabilities, but a chart showing them would be very helpful!
I pray I never have to defend myself. I try to be very aware of my environment. I keep an eye out around me and around my vehicle. I made up my mind years ago that I would not just go along with an attacker.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you need a pep talk about you mind, and being willing to damage an attacker, this book is for you. Read morePublished 12 days ago by T. Austin
Just sent a copy to my daughter. She is, after all, the first line of protection to my grandchildren. The only source for effective training exclusively from the written word. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great ideas and different way of thinking about self defense. Wish the book had a few more pictures, I am very visual and always retain better when there is both text and visuals.Published 2 months ago by bb
The subtitle of the book is "A Total Guide to Women's Self-Protection." Total Guide? I'd have to disagree. Read morePublished 3 months ago by L.G.Poston
A disappointment. It just said the same thing over and over again, "know what to do and be willing to do it". Read morePublished 4 months ago by CHSLAFS
Great gifts. The author is serious about when and how to protect yourself. He is also clear about the appropriate time to act. A must read for everyone, not just women. Read morePublished 5 months ago by MJO
As former military and law enforcement, and having taught womens' "defensive" tactics pro bono since the 60s, I have found very few good books to recommend to women on the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Gross