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Stay safe with this simple pocket reference The age of carefree travel is over. The threats of criminal acts and of terrorism, both internationally and domestically, are an all-too-common reality. Last year saw more than fourteen thousand terrorist incidents across the globe—it’s no wonder that people are frightened when they are away from home. The Terrorism Survival Guide: Stay safe with this simple pocket reference The age of carefree travel is over. The threats of criminal acts and of terrorism, both internationally and domestically, are an all-too-common reality. Last year saw more than fourteen thousand terrorist incidents across the globe—it’s no wonder that people are frightened when they are away from home. The Terrorism Survival Guide: 201 Travel Tips on How Not to Become a Victim can help take away that fear. The book is an easy-to read pocket guide with hundreds of tips that help take away the worry of business and vacation travels. These tips are designed for everyone and cover a wide range of topics: Staying safe at airports How to protect your luggage “Low profile” tourism Traveling with children What to do if captured In addition to travel tips, the book gives contact information for US embassies and consulates worldwide, US Customs information, State Department terrorism updates, and TSA guidelines. The Terrorism Survival Guide will make you a wiser, smarter, and safer traveler.


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Stay safe with this simple pocket reference The age of carefree travel is over. The threats of criminal acts and of terrorism, both internationally and domestically, are an all-too-common reality. Last year saw more than fourteen thousand terrorist incidents across the globe—it’s no wonder that people are frightened when they are away from home. The Terrorism Survival Guide: Stay safe with this simple pocket reference The age of carefree travel is over. The threats of criminal acts and of terrorism, both internationally and domestically, are an all-too-common reality. Last year saw more than fourteen thousand terrorist incidents across the globe—it’s no wonder that people are frightened when they are away from home. The Terrorism Survival Guide: 201 Travel Tips on How Not to Become a Victim can help take away that fear. The book is an easy-to read pocket guide with hundreds of tips that help take away the worry of business and vacation travels. These tips are designed for everyone and cover a wide range of topics: Staying safe at airports How to protect your luggage “Low profile” tourism Traveling with children What to do if captured In addition to travel tips, the book gives contact information for US embassies and consulates worldwide, US Customs information, State Department terrorism updates, and TSA guidelines. The Terrorism Survival Guide will make you a wiser, smarter, and safer traveler.

30 review for The Terrorism Survival Guide: 201 Travel Tips on How Not to Become a Victim, Revised and Updated

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mary Lou

    Excellent source for novice travelers, with lots of good safety tips. Yes, some of the tips are common sense if you consider them, but may be things that some of us wouldn't even think about - especially those of us who are old enough to still sometimes slip back into the pre 9/11 mindset. Lightbody loses a star for the sensational title. While terrorism is certainly a component of the book, it's primarily a book on travel safety - including everything from protecting yourself from pickpockets t Excellent source for novice travelers, with lots of good safety tips. Yes, some of the tips are common sense if you consider them, but may be things that some of us wouldn't even think about - especially those of us who are old enough to still sometimes slip back into the pre 9/11 mindset. Lightbody loses a star for the sensational title. While terrorism is certainly a component of the book, it's primarily a book on travel safety - including everything from protecting yourself from pickpockets to unscrupulous cabbies to, yes, terrorism. But let's be honest (and Lightbody does express this to his readers) - if ISIS decides to blow up your plane, there's little you can do. But if you're on the periphery of a bomb blast, or need assistance from your embassy while traveling overseas, the Guide is a great resource. Along with solid tips, Lightbody provides lots of great websites that will help travelers make their trips easier and safer.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Craig Wakefield

    Today I sped read three books on disaster. One of them had lots of pictures. Another has a prequel written by a Seal Team 6 author and then there is the Complete Idiot's Guide. You have to believe that a Seal Team 6 member has to say. But then he only wrote the prequel. This survival guide was actually written by Andy Lightbody. I was disappointed because there really wasn't much terrorism in this book. It was more about how to pack smart and travel smart to avoid all those BAD, BAD people that Today I sped read three books on disaster. One of them had lots of pictures. Another has a prequel written by a Seal Team 6 author and then there is the Complete Idiot's Guide. You have to believe that a Seal Team 6 member has to say. But then he only wrote the prequel. This survival guide was actually written by Andy Lightbody. I was disappointed because there really wasn't much terrorism in this book. It was more about how to pack smart and travel smart to avoid all those BAD, BAD people that have not made it to the USA through any lottery system. I feel much safer now.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Baglady

    Wanted a break from "plot" based reading, this worked but was a disappointment. More about travel safety than terrorism, lots of redundancies and some contradictions - you should meet an international business contact in the side area (not main lobby) of a small local hotel, but you should meet in a place where you can see your surroundings, have an escape route and have witnesses. Wanted a break from "plot" based reading, this worked but was a disappointment. More about travel safety than terrorism, lots of redundancies and some contradictions - you should meet an international business contact in the side area (not main lobby) of a small local hotel, but you should meet in a place where you can see your surroundings, have an escape route and have witnesses.

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