Pioneering a Fresh New Twist
in Survival Literature
Being a professional doesn’t mean you have to play by the rules – especially when the rules are less effective in their results. Cody Lundin’s books are distinctive in their format, style and presentation. Being a teacher by trade, he willingly broke the mold of the dry, standardized survival manual, knowing that effective learning is enhanced by repetition, imagery, humor, and in your face honesty.
98.6 Degrees: The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive and When All Hell Breaks Loose: Stuff You Need to Survive When Disaster Strikes are unique in the field of survival manuals. Both offer readers – even those with only a passing interest in survival skills – the opportunity to mix education with entertainment. Hundreds of readers have given positive feedback regarding the books accessibility and readability of otherwise complex and potentially boring psychological and physiological survival information. In the words of one happy reader, “Even if I wasn’t interested in survival skills, I’d still read your books for the laughs and entertainment value alone.”