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Cool pictures and descriptions of explored sites are sprinkled throughout the text.
This is an indispensable guide for anyone with even a passing interest in urban exploration, adventure, and ninjaliicious.
Spawned the whole genre maybe? I have spent countless hours on the internet reading about the exploits of intrepid urban explorers.
A definite read whether you are an armchair explorer or risk the dirty and dangerous real world of urban exploration. I may never have the opportunity or the nerve to engage in such activities myself, but I pour over the accounts and photographs of those who do with an abundance of vicarious pleasure. I enjoyed reading the book just the same. Paperbackpages. There are many things to explore, even in cities and you have good intentions to want ninjalicios see them and to have an adventure.
For the more experienced, many chapters may be a bit too obvious to hold your attention. There’s a cool article about it here that cites this book as the Bible ninajlicious urban hackers. His book, Access All Areas: Will I ever go down a storm sewer to explore? Jeff Chapman September 19, Scarborough, Ninjalickous. Return to Book Page. Sadly, he died weeks after the book was published.
Mar 23, Greg rated it really liked it. No trivia or quizzes yet. I also a got sense of what arews 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. In other words, “I get where this guy is coming from,” and I find it hard to blame him for the pure and visceral passion he had for urban beauty. Feb 25, Daniel Nurgitz rated it really liked it.
Fun read about urban exploration. Trivia About Access All Areas As others have said, this book is thoroughly compiled and written with a accsss of humor that makes it an easy read.
I probably like this book far, far too well for my roommate’s peace of mind.
Access All Areas: A User’s Guide to the Art of Urban Exploration by Ninjalicious
Through chapters on topics like sneaking around, equipping and tra. The world is wonderful. If you are the least bit interested in urban exploration, you absolutely must have this informative and very funny book.
One other thing that I admire Ninjalicious for was his commitment to exploring without causing damage This page was last edited ninjslicious 12 Decemberat This book is remarkable in both its breadth and depth; it includes everything from notes on uncommon targets like boats, to the logistical minutiae of recruiting an 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.
I’ve never gone on an expedition to an abandoned urban site myself, but I’ve loved reading about the exploits and seeing the fantastic photos of people who do. An essential read for urban explorers and the city-curious. I think reading it would have better prepared me for that experience. It has been my favorite read ofand I want to explore all that is being acceas from me by people in blue uniforms.
Chapman died of cholangiocarcinoma on Tuesday, August 23, at the age of 31 — three years after a successful liver transplant at Toronto General Hospital a location he loved to explore. Through chapters on topics like sneaking around, equipping and tra Discover a hidden world arezs your own city! Sep 11, Dustin rated it really liked it Qll It is of practical use to those who indulge, and a source of fascination for those of us who only dream of it.
Dylan rated it really liked it Nov 28, I read this book out of a sense of obligation to the acess of urban exploration—I figured it probably wouldn’t tell me anything I didn’t already know. In total, 25 issues were published — covering such urban exploration topics as the navigation of storm drains, evading hotel acces and adventuring through abandoned military shelters.
Chapman attended York University in the early s qccess later studied book and magazine publishing at Centennial College. Preview — Access All Areas by Ninjalicious.
Aug 04, Andrew rated it liked it. Jan 12, Rachel Rillo rated it it was amazing. This was pretty well written with a good dose of humor.
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A lot of information for newbies and the uneducated. More importantly, I got a good sense of what sorts of urban exploration I could comfortably try.
A first-hand account of urban exploration. Chapman first published Infiltration in