• How to Think Like a Spy

  • Spy Secrets and Survival Techniques That Can Save You and Your Family
  • By: Daniel Brand
  • Narrated by: Kane Power
  • Length: 1 hr and 25 mins
  • 3.2 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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How to Think Like a Spy

By: Daniel Brand
Narrated by: Kane Power
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Publisher's Summary

Do you often dream of becoming a top-secret operative? Do the televisions shows such as The Americans or The Bourne Identity catch your attention? Do you find yourself highly engaged in articles about new and improved spy gadgets? Are you curious about what spy skills it really takes to be undercover and work as an emissary? If that’s the case, you have stumbled across a one-of-a-kind audiobook that discusses the valuable and applicable spy secrets about the mental and physical aspects one must possess in order to become a spy!

The contents of this audiobook include:

  • Tips of getting into the mindset that is needed to survive dangerous scenarios
  • Situational awareness skills that can help you de-escalate situations
  • How to secure your home to protect yourself and your family
  • Safety skills needed when traveling
  • Methods of deciphering when someone is being dishonest
  • Self-defense skills that can be utilized in a variety of situations
  • Skills to help you disappear without a trace
  • Driving skills that will come in handy in the case you need to get away quickly
  • Surveillance skills necessary to survey detailed situations

If you are unsure you have what it takes to become your own version of a master undercover operative, then the chapters in this audiobook will not only help you build up the confidence you need in yourself, but it will also assist in looking at yourself as a person in a different light! We all have special skill sets, so why not learn how to put them to good use as you learn to mold your mind into that of a spy?

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Boring short book

Boring, shorter book, mostly common sense . Read Jason Hanson's (ex cia) book Spy secrets that can save your life for an excellent read!

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It only cost $5

In fairness to this book I went in knowing that it was only 90 minutes long and only cost $5. with that said I felt like somebody read the bullet points off of PowerPoint for how to be a spy Workshop.

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Incredibly disappointed

Let me save you some time and a few bucks. Google body language and YouTube some escape vids. Because that's essentially what this author did. There are much longer books about all the stuff this author covers, & the majority of it is life skills, not spy skills.

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Common Sense

the tips and tricks are just basic common sense. This book has no merit or usefulness

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Ugh. Completely useless

"Develop situational awareness".,"Pay attention", "use all your senses"... sorry, if this is the kind of advice that spies give/get, the world is in a lot of trouble. This audiobook is cheap, but actually is worthless. Or, more accurately, is worth less than zero, as it wastes your valuable time.
Even after listening into the second chapter, I was not sure what the whole point was.
Please stay away.

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outstanding!! Book

In his Introduction Daniel shares his intentions – ‘Whether you were looking for a fun listen or seeking detailed and under the radar information regarding what it takes to become a successful spy, then you are in for a real treat! Each of the chapters in this book will go through the most crucial areas of expertise that today’s spies in action must have. While the television shows that you avidly watch may give you a good look at the everyday agendas of the average spy, they really do not do a great job at portraying a realistic standpoint. This book will help you to dive right into the back pocket of what a run-of-the-mill spy does as they fulfill missions, save the world, and make the world a better place to dwell! You never know when you will fall into a delicate predicament that will require knowledge beyond your reach. The information within this book will help you to survive unique situations and will mold you into a more observant human being. While there might be a few books on the life of a spy, this is the only one written in a friendly, everyday tone that will help the average Joe become a seasoned agent in their free time. This book is all about developing the proper mindset that is required of one to make themselves into a prosperous detective.’ And he keeps his promise: by book’s end we have a keen idea of how to think like a spy and thereby brace ourselves against their antics.

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One of the best!

Author Daniel Brand offers no biographical information by which we might assess his credentials for teaching us spy secrets, but that matters little when listening this well informed, accessible, practical manual on how to protect ourselves and those around us.

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Author nailed it....

I will give this 5 stars for the author's effort in writing and publishing the book. It's more than I've accomplished in my lifetime.