Sunday, October 26, 2014

{Blogging for Books} How to Survive Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters

By now you have probably see the riveting (and by riveting I mean you cannot tear your eyes away for the ridiculousness of the acting, graphics, dialogue, etc... that is happening on the screen) movie Sharknado. If you are a Sharknado aficionado you have probably seen the equally thrilling Sharknado 2: The Second One.

Well, if you have not gotten your fill of Sharks being slaughtered by chainsaws you should check out How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters by Andrew Shaffer.
This was a pretty quick read and made me actually laugh out loud in several spots. If you are worried about Sharks flying through the air you will know what to do. If you are worried about Arachnoquakes, Icenadoes, or Elecktrokragens you are in luck. You will find out how to deal with each and every one of these unnatural disasters.

There is a very handy "threat to humanity scale", a "risk of encounter scale", and "Fin Shepard's WTF (Wow, that's freaky) scale".

After some of the thick books I have read this year this was a fun palette cleanser for the next deep read I take on.

One of the best things about Blogging for Books is that I can request a book and as long as I write a review I get the book provided by the company. All opinions are my own. :)