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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This stuff fascinates me. May 13, Diva added it. A few nuggets of interest here and there.
Jun 11, Jack Wrenn rated it really liked it. The best stuff is the stories.
Access All Areas: A User’s Guide to the Art of Urban Exploration
I also enjoyed learning about some of the secrets that lie access the great city of Toronto. This is an indispensable guide for anyone with even a passing interest in urban exploration, adventure, and infiltration. I’m definitely writing a review of this mostly liked it but need to read through some issues of Infiltration zine to put it in better context.
I enjoyed it and laughed a lot but first of all, the tips and advices contained in the book are really useful. I could’ve used some more diagrams and was often turned off by some large sections of text, it was a very good read. Jeff and his wife Liz were both interview subjects in the film BBS: I love this book.
This was pretty well written with a good dose of humor.
I may never have the opportunity or accdss 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. Feb 25, Daniel Nurgitz rated it really liked it. Mar 29, Matt Skeels rated it liked it. Take courage; find out for yourself!
Return to Book Page. To my pleasant surprise, I could not have been more wrong.
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The first night after I read this, I had a dream that I was recruited as ninjalixious urban explorer, and had to go check out the city from a van.
Through chapters on topics like sneaking around, equipping and tra Discover a hidden world in your own city! Discover a hidden world in your own city! Jun 11, Jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: No trivia or quizzes yet. The handbook is peppered with fascinating anecdotes, each of which directly illustrate the lessons of the chapter they’re in.
The humor, the moral quandaries, the hidden tips, it was all extremely helpful.
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. Jan 12, Rachel Rillo rated it it was amazing. Jeff Chapman September 19, Scarborough, Ontario.
I have spent countless hours on the internet reading about the exploits of intrepid urban explorers.