Mappery For the love of maps

Map Books

Ed sent me a Stanfords voucher at the end of the year and I recently got round to spending it.

Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall is a fascinating book on Geo-Politics, I highly recommend it.

London, A History in Maps by Peter Barber is a treat for map lovers, it shows the evolution of the city in a massive series of maps insightfully observed by the former chief curator of the British Library maps collection.

Unsurprisingly they both have mappy covers.

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