Wonders of the World Book Review

Wonders of the World

Wonders of the World

By Claudia Martin

I received a free copy of Wonders of the World from the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion.

Wonders of the World is a collection of more than 140 natural and man-made wonders from around the globe, from spectacular natural wonders to amazing feats of engineering.

Arranged by continent, the book includes natural features such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Northern Lights and Niagara Falls, as well as human creations like Stonehenge, Rome’s Colosseum, Chartres Cathedral, Angkor Wat and the Empire State Building. From the ancient world to the present day, from the natural world to man-made accomplishments, Wonders of the Worldexplores the most outstanding places around the globe. From waterfalls to deserts, from bridges to opera houses, from natural fires that never stop burning to the Earth’s largest man-made holes, the book explains the fascinating stories about extraordinary places, both famous and little-known. Presented in a handy, pocket-sized landscape format, Wonders of the World is a stunning collection of breathtaking images and places.

Summary from Goodreads.

Wonders of the World showcases some of Earths most stunning landscapes, stunning engineering feats and ancient civilisations ruins. You will want to take your time slowly flicking through the pages of this, as each photo is mesmerising.

Wonders of the World is split into 5 different chapters: Africa and the Middle East; Europe; The Americas; Asia; and The Pacific. Each chapter makes sure to showcase notable places and also some that you may not have heard of.

Will mainly a photography showcase, each photo does have a brief description of what the photo is, where it is located and a mini blurb about the photo. This is very useful to see how close some of these attractions are to each other, as well as how ancient some of Earths wonders are.

Honestly, Wonders of the World is a good travel inspiration book. If you are looking to travel and want to see how stunning Earth is, then if you randomly pick a page you instantly have a place that you would surely love to visit.

The prefect coffee table book that people will love to browse through.


Check it out on Goodreads here.

Purchase it on Amazon here.


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