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Each spread of the book contains a series of visual and textual clues that will lead the reader to a specific location or series of locations. Making sense of the clues will frequently require cross-referencing between the book and Google[TM] Earth. These cross-references may include patterns and outlines found in satellite imagery, unique elements of scenery, directions f ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published 2011 by Gardners Books
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Dec 09, 2011 Carlton Book Publishing rated it it was amazing
An extraordinary publishing venture that will unite the world on a seven-Month quest. The challenge begins on 1st September 2011 and ends on 31st March 2012.

“...the project sounds fantastic and I know will do wonderfully well.” Stephen Fry

“It will be the biggest literary treasure hunt since the picture book Masquerade.” Daily telegraph

In 1979, Kit Williams’s book Masquerade became an international best-seller. It was a puzzle with cryptic clues and gave one winner a generous prize. In 2011 Carlt
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Tim Dedopulos, a British writer, editor, publisher and game designer with nearly 100 works to his name in areas ranging from horror and sff, through music and art, to games, puzzles and jokes.

Tim lives in Spain with his wife and the ghost of his murdered bromeliad, grimly acclimatising to his new-found and unwelcome mid-40s. A shameless INFJ, he usually tries to avoid thinking in the third person.
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