From my backlist:

Atlas of the Unexpected

Haphazard discoveries, chance places and unimaginable destinations

by Travis Elborough

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The subtitle of this intriguing book is Haphazard Discoveries, Chance Places, and Unimaginable Destinations. Ready to explore? Start turning the pages.

I was drawn into this work right away, simply by looking at the dotted world map. How interesting to see just how widely scattered the finds were. Topics covered include Accidental Discoveries, Strange Roots, Haphazard Destinations, Cavernous Locations, and Serendipitous Spaces. Within each group find things like Vaseline, The Dead Sea Scrolls, Chess City, Uros Floating Islands and the Lascaux Caves; there are so many choices within this title. Each entry is pretty fascinating.

Recommended for those with eclectic and inquiring minds.

Many thanks to NetGalley and Quarto Publishing Group for this title. All opinions are my own.

This book was published in 2018.

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