Review: Practical Prepping (No Apocalypse Required)
An insightful, entertaining guide to survival and the development of a survivalist’s mentality. The blend of Konkoly’s signature thriller fiction to illustrate key points and the conversational, yet informative perspective of the two authors in tandem, makes for a captivating read. Together, the authors cover every catastrophe that comes to mind when discussing the “big bad.” Perhaps this reader’s favorite aspect of this book: The authors focus on the layman’s preparation for disaster, asking the question “what are you trying to survive?” I found this to be a refreshing approach—challenging not only those who view prepping as bizarre, but those who take prepping to overzealous levels. It’s a very evenhanded approach, and one dexterously handled by Konkoly and Powers.