Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Pierre the Maze Detective by Hiro Kamigaki and IC4DESIGN

Halloween may be over, but that doesn't mean there's a shortage of fun activities to pick from! I was curious about this because it's something I've never done before—unless I include the activities I did when I was little, but that is not the point because I am talking about grown ups—and it looked like something I could really enjoy. 
So, without further ado, let me introduce to you... Pierre the Maze Detective!

Published by Laurence King Publishing, this beautifully illustrated book features 15 full-spread illustrations of intricate, magical mazes. Take a trip through a fantastic world of underground cities, hot-air balloon, tree-top towns and haunted houses. Trace your way through each maze, spot the clues and solve the extra mystery challenges along the way. 

The instructions are very straightforward and easy to follow, and I did enjoy my time looking for chests and trophies, and help Pierre solve the crimes while trying to catch Mr X. Of course, I didn't do all of this without encountering some difficulties with finding the things required—though that is the whole point of this book, as there wouldn't be any fun if things finished immediately, would be? However, for people with sight problems like me, this book can add extra challenges and be a bit of a struggle sometimes and yet, I did have fun with it.

This is a great book for both adults and children, I really recommend it!

*I was kindly gifted this book by Midas PR

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