Contingency Cannibalism: Superhardcore Survivalism’s Dirty Little Secret

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This twisted, tongue-in-cheek look at cannibalism as a last-resort survival option analyzes real-life case studies and historical episodes of cannibalism. Then it examines the hard-core decisions and gruesome details one must know in order to partake in this grisly practice. Recipes included. For entertainment purposes only…. More >>

Contingency Cannibalism: Superhardcore Survivalism’s Dirty Little Secret

5 Comments on "Contingency Cannibalism: Superhardcore Survivalism’s Dirty Little Secret"

  1. The author obviously experienced severe trauma as a child, because this is one of the most disturbing subjects I have ever had the misfortune to read.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. This book is a mostly “tongue in cheek” look at the world of cannibalism for survival. While it is darkly humorous, It’s rough and raw and covers topics like “Does it taste like chicken?, What will my friends think? etc…

    Shiguro also takes a look at cases where cannibalism actually occured, such as the ill-fated Donner party, the stranded Uruguayan rugby team and several other case histories.

    While meant totally as a humorous book, it has some serious undertones.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. this book is great! It’s funny and witty. I loved it.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. This book is a mostly “tongue in cheek” look at the world of cannibalism for survival. While it is darkly humorous, It’s rough and raw and covers topics like “Does it taste like chicken?, What will my friends think? etc…

    Shiguro also takes a look at cases where cannibalism actually occured, such as the ill-fated Donner party, the stranded Uruguayan rugby team and several other case histories.

    While meant totally as a humorous book, it has some serious undertones.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  5. This guy can write! This book is an unusual mixture of humor and facts. I read this book straight through and passed it on to my friends.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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