Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication Ninjalicious, Access all areas: a user’s guide to the art of urban exploration / by Ninjalicious. Buy the Paperback Book Access All Areas by Ninjalicious at , Canada’s largest bookstore. + Get Free Shipping on Travel books over. From Ninjalicious, the author of Infiltration zine, comes Access All Areas, the the first published guide to the exciting art of urban exploration, a rapidly growing.
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As others have said, this book is thoroughly compiled and wr A very basic primer, suitable to loan to the uninitiated before they tag along with you, or to friends a bit lacking in common sense although I recommend never taking anyone along from the latter group until you’re SURE they’ve matured enough to not be a liability.
He began publishing the zine Infiltration inin conjunction with the ninjaliclous infiltration.
This guide describes in detail the dangers that one might encounter in various situations, and provides suggestions for how to avoid injury. It explains how to manage entry to abandoned structures, as well to those still in use. The best stuff is the stories.
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I also a got sense of what is generally involved and see that I probably don’t have the time in my life to get a whole lot of practice or experience at it. Will I ever go accsss a storm sewer to explore? I am excited about this book. Lists with This Book.
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Feb 25, Daniel Nurgitz rated it really liked it. I also enjoyed learning about some of the secrets that lie beneath the great city of Toronto. Sep 11, Dustin rated it really liked it Shelves: Mar 29, Matt Skeels rated it liked it. I think some grappling hooks were involved. Jeff Chapman September 19, Scarborough, Ontario. Copies are available for online purchase at www. Mar 11, Mick rated it liked it. Please, please read this book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
I enjoyed reading the book just the same. Jan 12, Rachel Rillo rated it it was amazing. Jan 27, Scuppers rated it it was amazing.
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His book, Access All Areas: He also launched infiltration. If you are the least bit interested in urban exploration, you absolutely must have this informative and very funny book. The purpose of these trips are to visit and appreciate sites often long-forgotten or seen only by handful of select few.
An essential read for urban ninjalicius and the city-curious. Aug 04, Andrew rated it liked it.
I am thrilled by accounts of midnight forays into the off-limits areas of the Catacombs of Paris, into abandoned subway lines and stations of New York, Paris and London, into crumbling mental hospitals in Los Angeles, into defunct missile silos in New Mexico, and even up into the cables of well-known suspension bridges.
Casual writing for a casual subject, the author is listed as “Ninjalicious,” so if you accept that the author wrote this book for fun you’ll enjoy it. May 02, Oriana marked it as to-read Shelves: Discover a hidden world in your own city! I enjoyed this book and thought that also had some good material to inspire writing and gaming.
I read this book out of a sense of obligation to the tradition of urban exploration—I figured it probably wouldn’t tell me anything I didn’t already know.
Sadly, he died weeks after the book was published.
Sep 22, Daniel Rotsztain rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dylan rated it really liked it Nov 28, Apr 07, Kathleen Fowler rated it really liked it. I enjoyed it and laughed a lot but first of all, the tips and advices contained in the book are really useful. This page was last edited on 12 Decemberat Chapman attended York University in the early s and later studied book and magazine publishing at Centennial College.
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The handbook is peppered with fascinating anecdotes, each of which directly illustrate the lessons of the chapter they’re in. For the more experienced, many chapters may be a bit too obvious to hold your attention.
However, his immensely useful araes of tips on getting in and out of spaces is available to one and all.