An Atlas of Extinct Countries
KEY SELLING POINTS
- Humorous, entertaining, and erudite, this is a work of general interest for curious minds, especially those interested in world geography, history, and the rise and fall of nations.
- Told in humorous chapters of 3-4 pages each
- Beautifully illustrated with 43 black and white maps.
- Allows readers to “travel the world” at a time when they are often isolated at home
- The amateur historian or geographer
- Readers who want some escapism with comedy
- People who wish to know more about colonialism and its damaging effects — but with the added charm of dry, self-deprecating British humor
- Will appeal to viewers of popular British television show “QI”.
- Will also appeal to readers of Bill Bryson, and other books that present unusual information in an easy-to-read form, such as Abandoned Places: Where Time Has Stopped by Richard Happer; The Phantom Atlas by Edward Brooke-Hitching; Atlas of Vanishing Places by Travis Elborough.