How to Remember (Almost) Everything, Ever! by Rob Eastaway
  

Synopsis

How to Remember (Almost) Everything, Ever! by Rob Eastaway

Crammed with do-anywhere tricks, puzzles and much more, this ultimate brain adventure will ensure you never forget anything ever again! Weird, isn't it? You can remember every person in your favourite team or pop group, but you forget what day it is. Why is that? How does memory work and how can you make yours be the best? Crammed with cool tricks, experiments and great mind games, this book can help you train your brain - amazing your friends and impressing your teachers! See the human mind take on the world's most powerful computer, discover how to make and break secret spy codes, and read incredible true-life memory stories about mighty Roman generals, daring prison escapes, and the amazing Russian man who could remember absolutely everything - ever!

About the Author

Rob Eastaway

Rob Eastaway is a writer, speaker and consultant. His books include the bestselling What is a Googly? and Why Do Buses Come In Threes?. He jointly devised the system now used to officially rank international cricketers and lives in London, where he is a keen weekend cricketer and occasional golfer.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Rob Eastaway
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Author's Website

www.robeastaway.com

Publisher

Wizard Books an imprint of Icon Books Ltd

Publication date

1st February 2007

ISBN

9781840467970


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