Sunday, September 26, 2021

Review of "Where’s Dan Quayle?," by Jim Becker, Andy Mayer and Bron Smith

 Review of

Where’s Dan Quayle?, by Jim Becker, Andy Mayer and Bron Smith, ISBN 002013021x

Five out of five stars

Fun book if you like the “Where’s Waldo?” format

The structure of this book is simple and is modeled after the “Where’s Waldo?” format. In this case, it is former Vice President Dan Quayle that you search for. The images follow the “Where’s Waldo?” model, images with extremely busy visual effects are presented and the reader is required to search through the clutter and find the given image of Dan Quayle.

 Some of them are easy to solve, yet for a few, I reached the point where I questioned whether he was even in the picture before finally finding the well-hidden image. The Quayle image has a tie with diagonal red and white stripes and there are many figures having that fashion characteristic. In one image, I counted 25 such ties.

 Meant to be fun and a way to relax while expending some mental effort, this is a book that sharpens the mind and eyes while entertaining.

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