Survive a major catastrophe where all utilities and emergency services are lost. Families will learn how to stay safe and thrive, without going to extremes. Whether you plan to “shelter in place” or need to “bug-out” for whatever reason.
With or without firearms, families will survive by securing their suburban streets from predators with suburban organizational tactics.
While I don't agree with the author on all points, the info presented is solid.
However, the narrator talks too fast for casual listening. I found myself rewinding the book to re-listen to certain sections. And there's quite a bit of duplication between Ch 1 and the rest of the book.