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No wonder this is the world's best selling book!,
This review is from: Guinness World Records 2009 (Hardcover)
After having received Guinness World Records 2009, as a gift, I've realised just how good it is. I was in Tesco a few days ago, and flicked through it then. I thought it was good. But now I own it, it's enabled me to see the extent of just how good it is.
Saying that it's the best edition of Guinness World Records to date, and it is (no worries there), isn't really that much of an achievement. Saying, however, it's the best book I've ever read...the best book ever made...is.
And this is. It's crammed full of amazing achievements, epic engineering, fantastic feats, and much more amazing stuff to feast your eyes on.
Leaving `Ripley's: Believe It Or Not' for dead, GWR really have excelled themselves this time. It really is astonishing.
This year's edition also includes huge, awe-inspiring fold out 3D features, which are apparently obvious when you wear the 3D-glasses that are provided.
- Revealed: the world's strongest man
- The record-breaking world of Harry Potter
- Inside the Hollywood Hall of Fame
- The top ten videogames of the year
- Face to face with dinosaurs in exciting 3D!
- Plus your favourite records country by country
All this can be found in the spectacular book that is Guinness World Records 2009.
I'd suggest going over to that bookshop, right this second, and buying a copy.
Guaranteed - you won't be disappointed.
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Initial post: 25 Sep 2008 17:13:33 BDT
Stephen Emmett says:
Or we could buy it from amazon
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Dec 2009 17:30:36 GMT
Indeed. Whichever sounds more appealing to you is the thing to opt for.
If you're a fan of waiting several days as opposed to picking it up and buying it, that's fine with us.
In reply to an earlier post on 31 Oct 2010 08:09:55 GMT
Are you bookseller? Your review reads like some advertising puff
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