This is an excellent book and an excellent reading. I love that the book had ties directly to science complexity theory Chaos theory and real world experience. I also enjoyed personal nature of how the story of survival related to the author's father and life.
Recommend it to al family and friends as beneficial to understanding impact of one's thinking processes on one's success or lack thereof in meeting life's challenges of any sort.
Now I understand why I sometimes make the choices I do. I'm an irrational emotional decision maker sometimes. Good book for anyone who has actually survived a catastrophic accident.
A well constructed narrative/argument that might encourage one to take responsibility for oneself and step out into adventure with greater confidence and probability of success. I enjoyed it very much.
this book will get your mind working on ideas that may never occur otherwise. You will surely talk about topics from this book with family and friends. well worth the time .
Full of amazing stories. He weaves together neurobiology with the ancient wisdom of The Buddha. I am seeing an upcoming backpacking trip to the Grand Canyon in an entirely new light.
this isn't a book about survival but more about the psychology behind survival. don't purchase if your looking for survival stories, you won't find them here.
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No one! I do usually trust the reviews on Audible but the ones for this book must have been written by the author's family! The description of the book was so far off from what it actually is.
The stories are all exactly the same - chapter after chapter about a snowmobiler driving in cold weather and that he is a risk taker. Nothing of value whatsover!
Do not buy this book!!!!!
Boring. Didn't get past the first 1/2 hour, I wanted a good survival story and got a term paper. If that's what you're looking for great, really, but for me a waste