Synopses & Reviews
People have been predicting the end of the world since...well, the beginning of it. Oh, the form it takes may vary-firestorm, earthquake, plague, new ice age, alien invasion, nuclear cloud, or the rise of our machines-but everyone who survives will be starting over at Square One. Your needs wont be that different from todays: food, shelter, work, finances, relationships, 24-hour cable.... But youll have more raw materials to deal with. Apocalypse How is the humorous how-to-guide to living your best life possible (after the Apocalypse renders your current quality of life null and void.) Organized like a travel or lifestyle guide, the book tells you all you need to know in order to fend off zombies, forge for non-radioactive food, and make the most of your new dwelling (while ignoring the ash outline of its previous occupants on the far wall.)This handy volume includes such essential sections as: What to Expect When Were Exploding Before We Blow: Your Essential To-Hoard List Should You Stay or Should You Flee? Questionnaire Sex, Love, and Dating: What if You Are the Last Man on Earth? The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Petty Tyrants The Apocalyptic Aptitude Test Apocalypse How is guaranteed to be of use in the world to come. It also makes a handy defense weapon if thrown, and firestarter if needed.
Authored by a writer of the Emmy Award-winning "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," this humorous, full-color guide reveals all one needs to know about living the best life possible after the Apocalypse.
All you need to know in order to fend off zombies, forge for non-radioactive food, and make the most of your new dwelling
About the Author
Rob Kutner is a writer for the Emmy-winning The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and contributor to the New York Times bestselling America. He lives in New York City.