The  Official MacGyver Survival Manual

155 Ways to Save the Day

$25.00
For over 30 years, the name MacGyver has been synonymous with astonishing feats, from fixing a car with water and egg whites to busting out of jail using a hairpin and a pair of repurposed handcuffs to saving the world with a simple paperclip.

The Mac Hacks in CBS’s hit show have been tested and fact-checked by experts, and really can work. The first official how-to guide to the MacGyver universe, this book is packed with drawings and descriptions of the hacks that made Mac the world’s most resourceful secret agent.

Each section is introduced by Dr. Rhett Alain, the show’s resident physicist, who ensures the science is based in reality. Full-color photos depict Angus MacGyver in his element, and annotated illustrations show how it was done. Grab a paper clip, a pen knife, and some duct tape, and prepare to save the day!
Format: Hardbound
Published on: 9/17/2019
ISBN: 9781681884349
Pages: 208
Trim Size: 6.75 x 8.5 x .7

  • About the Author 
  • Press
Ian Cannon, Project Editor: Ian Cannon is the lead writer of the Ultimate MacGyver Manual, and has edited titles with subjects ranging from bushcraft to bizarre medical history. An extreme sports enthusiast, former Boy Scout and EMT, and MacGyver fan since childhood, he has somehow managed to keep all of his fingers.


Rhett Allain, Author: Rhett Allain is an associate professor of physics at Southeastern Louisiana University and a popular Dot Physics blogger at Wired Science Blogs. He is also the author of the National Geographic book Angry Birds Furious Forces: The Physics at Play in the World’s Most Popular Game. He Lives in Louisiana.


Rhett Allain, Author: Rhett Allain is an associate professor of physics at Southeastern Louisiana University and a popular Dot Physics blogger at Wired Science Blogs. He is also the author of the National Geographic book Angry Birds Furious Forces: The Physics at Play in the World’s Most Popular Game. He Lives in Louisiana.


Rhett Allain, Author: Rhett Allain is an associate professor of physics at Southeastern Louisiana University and a popular Dot Physics blogger at Wired Science Blogs. He is also the author of the National Geographic book Angry Birds Furious Forces: The Physics at Play in the World’s Most Popular Game. He Lives in Louisiana.

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