Author(s): Richard W Galland
Stonehenge. The pyramids. The Coliseum. The places that truly inspire wonder are presented here in 42 stunning, high-resolution photographic images, in nearly identical pairs. This unique puzzle book invites readers to spot nearly 100 minor differences in two side-by-side images of the world's most beloved relics and monuments. From a small fishing vessel missing from the water behind Croatia's Pula Roman Arena to the facade of a humble building changed from green to red, these minor but plentiful differences challenge even the experienced visual puzzler. The perfect mental challenge to keep brain synapses firing, "Wonders of the World: Extreme Spot the Difference" even includes a unique and reusable spotter's grid that lies over the pages and can be written on and erased, keeping the beautiful images pristine and ready to be used time and time again.
Richard W. Galland is a writer, games designer, and currently the creative director at Warm Acre games. His previous books include "Lewis Carroll's Puzzles in Wonderland" and "Leonardo Da Vinci's Puzzle Codex." He lives in London.