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Through chapters on topics like sneaking around, equipping and tra. Through chapters on topics like sneaking around, equipping and training, readers will learn the basics of the ninjalkcious, as well as about the most popular sites for urban exploration, such as abandoned buildings, construction sites, storm drains and utility tunnels. He began publishing the zine Infiltration inin conjunction with the website infiltration.
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To ask other readers questions about Access All Areasplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Jun 11, Jack Wrenn rated it really liked it. 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. To my pleasant surprise, I could not have been more wrong. This is an indispensable guide for anyone with even a passing interest in urban exploration, adventure, and infiltration.
This book is remarkable aeeas both its breadth and depth; it includes everything from accesw 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.
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 and training methods. The handbook is peppered with fascinating anecdotes, each of which directly illustrate the lessons of the chapter they’re in.
Oct 04, pG Ra rated it it was amazing.
Access All Areas: A User’s Guide to the Art of Urban Exploration
This book was not just the most pracitally informative read ofbut also a huge moral and philosophical influence on my usual blend of mischief and righteousness. 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. OK, seriously here, this book is not just a guide to urban exploration, it is also a treatise in moral empowerment and respect for urban structure, a call to living a life of wonder and j This book was not just the most pracitally informative read ofbut also a huge moral and philosophical influence on my usual blend of mischief and righteousness.
OK, seriously here, this book is not just a guide to urban exploration, it is also a treatise in moral empowerment and respect for urban structure, a call to living a life of wonder and joy, and a total re-awakening to the law-abiding and ignorant life of work-gohome-and-obey. Please, please read this book. It has been my favorite read ofand I want to explore all that is being hidden from me by people in blue uniforms. Learn about your city, it’s history, and the most wonderful buildings therein!
Take courage; find out for yourself! The world is wonderful. There are many things to explore, even in cities and you have good intentions to want to see them and to have an adventure.
Dec 20, Andrej Nechaj rated it it was amazing Shelves: Really made me areqs to do some fun exploring around Brno again. I loved Ninj’s black humor and all the spy and ninja references. I enjoyed it and laughed a arsas but first of all, the tips and advices contained in the book are really useful.
I am just really sorry that he passed away so young. Apr 07, Kathleen Fowler rated it really liked it. I have spent countless hours on the internet reading about the exploits of intrepid urban explorers.
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 Nijnalicious York, Paris and London, ninualicious crumbling mental hospitals in Los Angeles, into defunct missile accses in New Mexico, and even up into the cables of well-known suspension bridges.
I may never have the opportunity or the nerve to engag True Confessions time: 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 aeras of vicarious pleasure. It is of practical use to those who indulge, and a source of fascination for those of us who only dream of it. 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 areeas those still in use. If you are the least bit interested in urban exploration, you absolutely must have this informative and very funny book. Dec 03, Elaine Meszaros rated it it was amazing. Ninjalicious, founder of Infiltration. Sadly, he died weeks after the book was published.
However, his immensely useful collection of tips on getting in and out of spaces is available to one and all. The purpose of these trips are to visit and appreciate sites often Ninjalicious, founder of Infiltration. The purpose of these trips are to visit and appreciate sites often long-forgotten or seen only by handful of select few.
Interspersed with stories of his actual trips, Ninjalicious offers sound advice areeas safety, not damaging sites, surveillance, photography, propping doors, overriding freight elevators, hiding, accessing air-ducts, climbing fences, running and, most importantly, fast talking.
Will I ever go down a storm sewer to explore? But accesss is something just so delightfully satisfying knowing I could, should the desire arise. Alp 12, Lloyd rated it liked it. 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. For the more experienced, many chapters may be a bit too obvious to hold your attention.
Cool pictures and descriptions of explored sites are sprinkled throughout the text.
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 nijnalicious group until you’re SURE they’ve matured enough to not be nnjalicious liability.
As others have said, this book is thoroughly compiled and written with a sense of humor that makes it an easy read. RIP Ninjalicious, wherever you’re exploring now. Feb 25, Daniel Nurgitz rated it really liked it.
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Ninjalicious certainly was thorough in this guide to Urban Exploration. A definite read whether you are an armchair explorer or risk the dirty and dangerous real world of urban exploration.
His humorous comments peppered throughout made it light and easy to read. I also enjoyed learning about some of the secrets that lie beneath the great city of Toronto. One other thing that I admire Ninjalicious for was his commitment to exploring without causing damage I may have allegedly visited one arwas site at a time before I knew of this book. I think reading it would have better prepared me for that experience. Jan 04, Neo rated it liked it. This was pretty well written with a good dose of humor.
Some of the guidance seemed pretty helpful, and some not so. More importantly, I got a good sense of what sorts of ninjailcious exploration I could comfortably try. 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. I enjoyed reading the book just the same.
Sep 11, Dustin rated it really liked it Shelves: 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. This book is exactly what it says on the tin: It has useful tips for identifying dangers and staying safe, as well as a few personal accounts that make for great reading.
I enjoyed this book and thought that also had some good material to inspire writing and gaming.
May 02, Oriana marked it as to-read Shelves: The seminal urban-exploration text, apparently. Spawned the whole genre maybe?
Sep 22, Daniel Rotsztain rated it it was amazing Shelves: An essential read for urban explorers and the city-curious. Though Ninjalicious ninjaliciius advice for urban exploring specifically, his lessons can be easily applied to “all areas” of life. He shows a side of Toronto most don’t see – and he will encourage you to use your eyes whenever you walk around the city to see where the next new place might be. Aug 24, Pearse Anderson rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was a fantastic guide to the hobby of UE.
The humor, the moral quandaries, the hidden tips, it was all extremely helpful. I could’ve used some more diagrams and was often turned off by some large sections of text, it was a very good read. Mar 12, Alex marked it as to-read. This stuff fascinates me.