Vulture soup, anyone? Or how about diesel-dipped dog biscuits as a side to some fried python? If you prefer something less severe, then how about having a braai on top of a submarine out in the middle of the ocean?
Accumulating a wealth of survival knowledge, this book teaches you how to make fire; how to navigate; how to administer first-aid; how to survive a bear attack; how to drive off-road; how to fly a plane in an emergency; and how to escape a burning building. It also features 100 other essential skills to survive the modern world.
Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls reinvents fairy tales, inspiring girls with the stories of 100 heroic women from Elizabeth I to Serena Williams.
Illustrated by 60 female artists from every corner of the globe, this is the most-funded original book in the history of crowdfunding.
One of the most recognisable, respected and inspirational men on earth, Muhammad Ali is the world's most famous boxing hero. Ali brought unprecedented speed and grace to the sport, and his charm and wit changed forever what the world expects of a champion athlete. This is the ultimate biography to match Ali's lifetime of extraordinary achievements.
For all that's been written about the Four over the last two decades, no one has captured their power and staggering success as insightfully as Scott Galloway. How did the Four infiltrate our lives so completely that they're almost impossible to avoid (or boycott)?
Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh and of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, Admiral of the Fleet, was the second son of Queen Victoria. At 18 he was elected King of Greece, but not allowed to accept the crown. While touring Australia in 1868 he narrowly escaped assassination. His last years were clouded by alcoholism, ill-health, and the suicide of his only son and heir.
A. G. Macdonell's 'England, Their England' is an affectionately satirical inter-war comic novel first published in 1933. It hit the right spot at the time and became a bestseller, and has endured as a classic of humour, transcending the passage of time. It is particularly famed for its portrayal of a village cricket match.
At Close Quarters reveals the truth behind Grant-Taylor and his shooting method. It details for the first time why Grant-Taylor kept his true identity secret, his actual origins, his secret wartime service and how he went onto influence the Commanding Officer of the post war SAS regiment in the area of close quarter battle and special operations.