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UER Forum > Rookie Forum > Access All Areas: A User's Guide to the Art of Urban Exploration (Viewed 6832 times)
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< Reply # 20 on 3/5/2015 2:50 AM >
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I read it a few weeks ago. Very well written and informative. Too bad about ninjalious.




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anyone know if there's an ebook version?




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anyone know if there's an ebook version?


I don't think there is currently.




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I bought the book with all the zines. Best reading material ever for the night shift. Makes me curious about my own building.




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I loaned my copy to an acquaintance a couple of days after buyng it. That was like 6yrs ago and it hasn't found it's way back. Need to get another copy, it's a great book!


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< Reply # 25 on 4/3/2015 7:57 AM >
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I bought the book with all the zines. Best reading material ever for the night shift. Makes me curious about my own building.


Go check it out, you never know. I found out that the place I work has a secret '6th floor' above the main floors where some of the HVAC equipment can be accessed, and the only way into it is from the roof. There could be some interesting stuff like that in your building!




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Amazing and useful book. His writing style and skill was great and entertaining. I think anyone knew to this should get a copy.




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This was quite a lifechanger for me - I read the zine religiously. Before it I didn't know that there was a name let alone a community based around what I was doing. I did most of the stuff in the book already, but I never even thought of dressing up as construction workers, carrying a clipboard, etc.

To anyone who hasn't ordered the zine/book yet, DO IT!




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An excellent and most applicable read, I can't endorse it enough.




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Agree, it's a great book for anyone from n00b to l33t, everyone can benefit from this in some way. Funny how it was written all those years ago and in an age when so many things change so fast, so much of what is written is still 100% applicable and relevant today.

I bought a copy and half way through reading it I ended up forgetting it on the train in to work one morning, so I bought another one that day so I could finish it!!!




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