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How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack: Defend Yourself When the Lawn Warriors Strike (And They Will)

3 Ratings: 2.3
A book by Chuck Sambuchino

Move over zombies and adolescent vampires.       There’s a new threat in town—and it’s only twelve inches tall.How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attackis the only comprehensive survival guide that will help you … see full wiki

Tags: Books, Humor Books, Survival Books, Garden Gnomes, Gnomes
Author: Chuck Sambuchino
Genre: Humor
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
4 reviews about How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack: Defend...
review by . November 02, 2010
I had high hopes for this book because I love humor and I also am slightly suspicious of garden gnomes. I have grown tired of the endless supply of ‘zombie survival manuals' on the market, and I thought that this would supply a diversion from those, and while doing so, would provide me with a laugh or two. Honestly, I think that the most this book conjured out of me was one faint smile. No laughs.     The book works on the premise that garden gnomes are real and they want to …
review by . August 27, 2010
Zombie attacks, zombie apocalypse, the undead... all material for a frightful novel, but the real threat is already here and present in our very neighborhoods and yards... the Garden Gnome. Be honest... you mean to tell me you've never looked at those creepy little bearded creatures and wondered what they're up to? We owe a debt of gratitude to Chuck Sambuchino for warning and preparing us for this crisis in his book How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack: Defend Yourself When the Lawn Warriors …
review by . November 19, 2010
This is a very light-hearted and amusing tongue-in-cheek take on the "survival scenario" genre. It is self-effacing and it takes itself even less seriously than many other similar books. The humor in it is quirky, yet all the putative examples of garden gnome attack and your strategy of defending yourself seem plausible in a twisted, zany kind of way. The book is very nicely illustrated with large-size pictures of actual garden gnomes. It is a bit too large to be a pocket book, but not …
review by . November 13, 2010
This is a very light-hearted and amusing tongue-in-cheek take on the "survival scenario" genre. It is self-effacing and it takes itself even less seriously than many other similar books. The humor in it is quirky, yet all the putative examples of garden gnome attack and your strategy of defending yourself seem plausible in a twisted, zany kind of way. The book is very nicely illustrated with large-size pictures of actual garden gnomes. It is a bit too large to be a pocket book, but not as large …
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