You can see all the books available (so far) in this series by entering "The Non-Electric Lighting Series" in the Amazon search bar above. At this point, we’ve gone through candles and olive oil lamps and kerosene wick-type lamps and we've arrived at Book 5: Coleman Gas Lanterns. Time to get off the porch and play with the big boys. Pressure lanterns, though not as convenient as throwing a wall switch, will produce light on par with electric. Do you know the difference between Coleman Quick-Lite and Coleman Instant-Lite? You probably should if you’re into prepping. It’s nice to speak the language. It’s nice to go to a flea market and know what you’re looking at. Do Coleman Dual Fuel lanterns really burn automobile gas? This book has some first-hand test results. Plus recommendations about what to buy and what to avoid. And this book has an excellent section on carbon monoxide. YouTube has both good info and bad on carbon monoxide. But do you know which is which? Wouldn’t it be nice to REALLY understand it? Well, the opportunity is at hand. Welcome aboard.