Several pages are excerpted online -- including sections on falling and heatstroke as well as sections on stings from the Assassin and drowning. This guy can sure put words together.
The main page:
The page on falling
Here's one sentence:
Gravity accelerates your body. You plummet 30 feet—the equivalent of a three-story building—in 1.4 seconds, the time it takes to say, "How are you this morning?"
Here's the heatstroke:
106 DEGREES. Lying unconscious, you suffer a heatstroke. Your cellular metabolic rate—how fast your cells turn fuels into energy—accelerates. Metabolism is now occurring more than 50 percent faster than at normal temperatures. Your body is literally cooking itself from within.